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Your daily news roundup.
  • After hurting some men on the beach for Juicy Couture's Fall 2012 campaign, Karlie Kloss is showing her softer side as the face of the brand's new scent, Couture La La. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Speaking of Kloss, it seems she is dabbling in art, and Patrick Demarchelier is helping her. [NY Post]
  • Manolo Blahnik will be honored with a BFA Outstanding Achievement Award. [Vogue UK]
  • The latest photoshop fiasco comes courtesy of Vogue Spain. (NSFW) [FashionCopious]
  • Christian Louboutin's dream client? The pope. [WWD]
  • Cindy Crawford's latest cover for Shape is just as beautiful as the first. [Huffington Post]
  • Leandra Medine has released a line of hats with Gigi Burris. [Gigi Burris]
  • She may look exotic but Jacquelyn Jablonski is a Thanksgiving traditionalist. [Modelinia]
  • LVMH Group has pledged $1 million for Hurricane Sandy relief. [WWD]
  • Versace has launched a new online flagship store. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Talk about extreme fashion. Shawn Heinrichs photographed an underwater fashion shoot with an unusual costar: a whale shark. [GrindTV]
  • More women than ever are opting for foot surgery in order to be able to wear their favorite stilettos. [Styleite]
  • Rachel Zoe styled musical duo Karmin in her favorite pieces from the Coach holiday line. [Coach]
  • All the bits that are fit to print — here, in our daily news roundup.
    • If the rumors are true, Versace will design Lady Gaga's costumes for her upcoming Born This Way Ball tour. [Vogue UK]
    • Burberry just landed in Chicago, outfitting the largest store on the Magnificent Mile with the brand's signature Burberry plaid. [WWD]
    • Move over Michelle, America has two new fashion plates: Malia and Sasha Obama. [NY Times]
    • Fashion vocab word of the day: showrooming (v), the act of visiting a brick and mortar store, seeing an item you like, then using your phone to find and purchase it at a lower price. [Glamour]
    • Trend forecasters report that consumers are growing weary of fast-fashion brands like Zara, H&M, and Forever 21. [Racked]
    • Joanna Lumley's wardrobe from Absolutely Fabulous raised £15,010 (or $23,786 in the current exchange rate) at a recent auction. The sum was nearly triple what was expected. [Vogue UK]
    • Charles Philip, whose slipper designs are favored by celebrities like Jessica Alba and Rihanna, has filed a lawsuit against The Gap, claiming the retailer has not only copied his designs, but even used a similar name for a collection of shoes selling at an 80 percent discount. [NY Post]
    • Ralph Lauren celebrated its Downton Abbey-inspired Fall collection with a dinner and fashion show at Highclere Castle — the setting of the show itself. Carson, the butler, was, sadly, not present. [Ralph Lauren Facebook]
    Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • M.I.A. spilled the beans that she's working with Versace during a talk at New York's MoMA PS1, but she didn't specify exactly how she's working with the brand. [Fashionista]
    • Narciso Rodriguez's hotly anticipated collection for Kohl's DesignNation concept is shoppable a whole day early. Customers were told to expect the line on Nov. 7. [SheFinds]
    • Nicola Formichetti has announced that Vogue's international men's editions will all be rebranded as GQ Style — meaning the Fall 2012 issue of Vogue Hommes Japan is the last. [Nicola Formichetti]
    • Say it ain't so: new restrictions the European Union has proposed on a list of 100 allergens commonly found in perfumes could alter some of the world's most iconic fragrances, including Chanel No. 5, Miss Dior, Guerlain's Shalimar, and Thierry Mugler's Angel. "It would be the end of beautiful perfumes if we could not use these ingredients," said Chanel chairwoman Francoise Montenay. [The Daily Telegraph]
    • A number of people who walked past the line for the Alexander Wang sample sale in New York this morning asked shoppers if they were waiting to vote. A reporter in the line called the experience "kind of embarrassing." [Racked]
    • Ralph Lauren has pledged $2 million to the Hurricane Sandy relief effort. "We want to support the selfless work of so many agencies, professionals and volunteers and hope that these donations will make it easier for our cities to rebuild and recover," Lauren said. [Vogue UK]
    Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • Marion Cotillard stars on the December cover of Harper's Bazaar UK. [Design Scene]
    • Will Lana Del Rey be the new face of Versace? A fan of the singer on Twitter claimed that she'd signed a deal with the house, but so far neither Del Rey nor Versace has commented on the rumor. [Glamour]
    • Some of the outfits that Jean Paul Gaultier created for Madonna are set to go up for sale at the Drouot Richelieu auction house on Nov. 12. [Grazia]
    • Diane von Furstenberg has become the first American designer to partner with Evian. The bottle she designed for the brand is decorated with the message "water is life is love is life is love is life is water" in von Furstenberg's handwriting. [WWD]
    • The late singer Amy Winehouse's wedding dress was stolen from her home in England. Her father said the dress "was only a little cotton thing, a hundred quid at best in the shops. Whoever nicked it realised its significance and knew it had an extra value." [The Cut]