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  • Bill Blass Limited has dismissed its women's designer Jeffrey Montiero and his entire design staff. The brand also canceled its Spring 2013 runway show, for which about 90 percent of the work had been completed. [Styleite]
  • Salvatore Ferragamo will sell its Fall 2012 collection via an online trunk show. The offering goes online Tuesday and will be modeled by Lily Kwong. [The Cut]
  • Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini — the duo behind Kirna Zabete — have revealed a glimpse of their 100-piece capsule for The Shops at Target, which hits Sept. 9. [Teen Vogue]
  • Victoria Beckham has added eyewear to her ever-growing line. [WWD]
  • Speaking of Victoria Beckham, a series of her tweets has some observers convinced that she and the rest of the Spice Girls will wear Giles Deacon to perform at the Olympic closing ceremony. [The Daily Telegraph]
  • A bronze statue depicting model and former French first lady Carla Bruni as a worker in peasant clothing has been covered up after criticism aimed at her husband, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy. [Vogue UK]
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  • Gisele Bundchen celebrates her 32nd birthday today. [W Magazine]
  • Kate Moss covers the August issue of Harper's Bazaar Ukraine, wearing clothing by Roberto Cavalli and Salvatore Ferragamo in an image shot by Terry Richardson. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Madonna's younger brother Christopher Ciccone will show his first collection of footwear during London Fashion Week in September. Buyers have been told to expect "a welcome reprieve to the often unwearable designs of late." [Vogue UK]
  • Not to be outdone by Ralph Lauren or Stella McCartney, Salvatore Ferragamo has designed a set of Olympic uniforms for the Republic of San Marino. [The Daily Telegraph]
  • Is Dame Vivienne Westwood a vain woman? No. "I look in the mirror in the morning, I put my makeup on, and I think about how old I'm getting, and then I forget about it and that's that. I'm just quite happy and satisfied with myself," she says. "Actually, I think I look my best." [Interview]
  • Those who can't attend the physical Barneys Warehouse Sale (in New York from Aug. 23 to Sept. 3) will be able to shop the sale online for the first time this year. [Racked]
  • Kate Spade's senior director of creative Katia Kuethe says the brand doesn't need celebrity endorsements. "I think the whole celebrity thing has become very formulaic: the idea of using a celebrity just for the sake of using one," she says. [
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  • Fashion journalist Colin McDowell hopes Raf Simons will stay true to himself at Dior. "He must look into his heart and mind, remember what makes him unique, and forget all about the Dior archive. It has been endlessly examined and re-examined and generally done to death already. Raf Simons has a strongly individual aesthetic. He has no need to lean on the past." [Vogue UK]
  • Azzedine Alaia will open a flagship location — his first store in 10 years! — near Avenue Montaigne in Paris next Spring. [InStyle]
  • Sales of glossy red paint have grown by 40 percent in London. Retailers claim women are buying the paint in order to create DIY Louboutins. [Telegraph UK]
  • Ralph Lauren's London Olympic Opening Ceremony uniforms have finally been revealed, and they're pretty chic — right down to their navy berets. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Speaking of chic reveals, Mulberry has unveiled its latest bag, the Bryn. Based on the brand's signature Brynmore men's satchel, the Bryn comes in a variety of very ladylike hues. [Fashion Etc]
  • J.Crew's former head of women's design Marissa Webb is launching her own eponymous line next Spring. Will it look like J.Crew? "The honest answer is, in my mind, no," Webb says. "But after being at J.Crew for 11 years, a lot of my own personal aesthetic is in J.Crew because that was my job." [WWD]
  • You've seen the print ads, and now there's a video. Kate Moss stars in Ferragamo's Fall 2012 video, which features the supermodel strutting mysteriously about in Berlin's opulent Russian embassy, her hair done up in a very enviable braided bun. [Elle]
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    • Tracy Feith has signed a deal to be a full-time designer for TOMS shoes, his first high-profile job since unexpectedly shuttering his business in 2011. Feith has been a consultant for the brand's founder Blake Mycoskie for a few months now and in his new role will be focused on the higher-priced TOMS+ line of shoes. [Fashionista]
    • Cindy Crawford, her mother, Jennifer Crawford-Moluf, and her daughter, Kaia Gerber, all star in a new JC Penney commercial designed to remind viewers about Mother's Day on Sunday, May 13. In it, Kaia — who recently starred in a campaign for Versace's children's wear line — says Cindy is "just the best mom in the world. I mean, she's so nice and I can actually hang out with her and have fun." [The Daily Telegraph]
    • Vena Cava's Lisa Mayock says that her brand's expansion deal with Li & Fung means that the brand is going to change and grow sooner than expected. "We're working on more collections and a few surprises in the next couple of months; maybe some lower price points." [Daily Front Row]
    • Neon nail polish technically isn't approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration, which has to authorize new beauty products before they hit the market. "Colorants used to create, neon, day-glo or glow-in-the-dark nail polishes have not gone through the FDA approval process, so technically they are not allowed for use for nail polish applications," said Doug School, chief scientific officer for Creative Nail Design. [Fashion Etc.]
    • Salvatore Ferragamo is renewing its It brand status thanks to its clothing and shoes being seen on the backs of stars like Lady Gaga. "You can not just decide one day you want to target a younger customer, but it's just something that we see happening," said the brand's CEO Michele Norsa. [Forbes] Photo: Neon nails on Christian Dior's Spring 2011 runway.
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