<li>Karl Lagerfeld will provide live fashion commentary of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee for French state TV channel France 2. He's reprising his role from last year's royal wedding ceremonies, which he called a procession of "bad proportions, ugly hats, [and] short skirts on fat legs." Lagerfeld will go on air June 3. [The Daily Telegraph]
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</ br></p> <li>Tucker designer Gaby Basora worked with director Zoe Cassavetes on a silent film showcasing her Spring 2012 collection. It stars Liberty Ross as a movie star fighting against a "bicycle-riding ingenue" for a role. "Look at the women in the film, the ages — their spontaneity, bravado and love of life," Basora says. "It's the notion that Tucker has a timeless universal and utterly gorgeous appeal." [Grazia]
</ br></p> <li> Wondering where the Jenna's Picks emails from J.Crew's Jenna Lyons have gone? They're currently on hiatus, according to Lyons. "It was totally not my idea, just for the record," she says. "It was actually the person who ran marketing at the time, who's no longer here, and wanted to do something that felt a little bit more personal." [The Cut]
</ br></p> <li>Topshop will introduce a bridal collection designed by Richard Nicoll this June. Details are scant, but the brand recently tweeted, "Want to get married just so we can wear our @studio_nicoll bridal collection set to land in June. Can't give you a sneak peek but wow!" [The Huffington Post]
</ br></p> <li>The US International Trade Commission ruled in favor of Louis Vuitton after a 15-month investigation into an elaborate ring of counterfeiters that made and sold fake Vuitton bags around the world. "As the first luxury goods company to seek redress at the ITC, we are pleased with the significant remedy that has been recommended," said a lawyer for Louis Vuitton. [Styleite]