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  • Jourdan Dunn grew up wanting to model herself after her mother: "She always seemed to make things work without ever complaining. She whips me into shape," she added in the latest issue of The Edit. []
  • Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele has added her voice to the ongoing debate about Fashion Week street style: "It's ridiculous . . . I love the real street, and this is not what I call the real street. They all dress to be photographed and I don't think this is real." [Fashionista]
  • In regards to Justin Timberlake's constantly evolving style, GQ's Jim Moore says: "None of it works unless the person looks the part and is willing." [The New York Times]
  • Peter Som definitely knows how to capture an audience — he's already amassed 3.3 million followers on Pinterest. "We're a small company and we don't advertise in the conventional way," he explained. "Pinterest is a great way to get my point of view out there." [The Business of Fashion]
  • Andrea Casiraghi and fiancée Tatiana Santo Domingo welcomed a baby boy yesterday. [Vogue Italia]
  • After signing with both Toronto and Istanbul Fashion Weeks, IMG has announced a new partnership with leading wholesale marketplace Joor. [Daily Front Row]
  • Anna Wintour's chef, Hank Tomashevski, catered a recent event celebrating Irene Neuwirth's CFDA nomination at the home of Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee. [Page Six]
  • In honor of Easter, Stella McCartney's childrenswear website has launched a game which allows its users to playfully decorate animated eggs. [The Cut]
  • Anja Rubik debuted her Giuseppe Zanotti collection with the help of some rocking tunes. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • The skateboarder isn't really wearing jeans in American Eagle's spray-on spoof. [Lucky]
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  • The CFDA and Ebay have tapped over 90 designers, including J. Mendel (left) and Prabal Gurung, to design tote bags for its third "You Can't Fake Fashion" initiative. Look for the totes exclusively online on March 18. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • Diane von Furstenberg and Andrew Rosen are teaming up to host Open Market, an evening of food, cocktails, and fashion to benefit the Meatpacking District Improvement Association. []
  • The Great Gatsby is set to open the Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off on May 15. [The New York Times]
  • Simon Doonan attributes his signature sense of humor to his upbringing: "It's a big part of being English — not taking things too seriously, debunking things." [The Business of Fashion]
  • Elle Macpherson has gotten engaged to longtime boyfriend Jeffrey Soffer. [Page Six]
  • GQ Deputy Editor Michael Hainey has an affinity for artful prose: "I've always wanted to be a poet. That's how I started writing," he said. "Poetry teaches you to sort of crystallize your thinking." [MR PORTER]
  • Jenna Lyons has 289 pairs of shoes — or as she refers to them: shiny ponies. [POPSUGAR Style & Trends]
  • Disneyland Paris will hold a fashion show to celebrate its 20th anniversary later this month, featuring designs from the likes of Alber Elbaz and Philip Treacy. [Vogue UK]
  • Will we see another Tom Ford movie hit theaters soon? [Telegraph]
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