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Victoria's Secret to Stop Using Toxic Chemicals For Clothes

Louis Vuitton Gets Steamed, Lindsay Ellingson Goes Gold, and Juergen Teller Woos in London


    All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.

  • Louis Vuitton's iconic steamer gets digitized, animated, and deconstructed in the brand's newest video, Retracing the Trunk. [YouTube]

  • Raf Simons will design the costumes for Sigourney Weaver and Isabelle Huppert in their upcoming film, Body Art. [Vogue UK]

  • If you're thinking about investing in an Hermés Birkin or Kelly, act fast — prices at the luxury retailer are expected to rise seven percent to 10 percent by early February. [Purseblog]

  • 3.1 Phillip Lim takes to the street in its first ever ad campaign. [Fashionologie Inbox]

  • Victoria's Secret has pledged to stop using hazardous chemicals in the production of its clothing by 2020. [Telegraph]

  • Speaking of Victoria's Secret, Angel Lindsay Ellingson will launch an ecommerce site for her handmade line of jewelry, Goldie Knots, this Spring. [Style.com]

  • Jonathan Adler's signature prints now adorn makeup sets. [She Finds]

  • Re/Create New York's auction to benefit Hurricane Sandy relief features a 60-second grab-and-dash shopping spree in the Net-A-Porter warehouse. [Recreate New York]

  • Coach plans on expanding its offering of ready-to-wear, outerwear, and jewelry. [WWD]

  • Juergen Teller's latest exhibition, Woo, which features images of Vivienne Westwood and Kate Moss, is now open at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. [Style.com]

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