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All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Maison Martin Margiela and Alexis Mabille are the newest fashion houses to be awarded official haute couture status. []
  • Roksanda Ilincic, Mary Katrantzou, Nicholas Kirkwood, Peter Pilotto, and Emilia Wickstead are the 2013 British Fashion Council/Vogue Fashion Fund nominees. [Fashion Etc]
  • Holiday shopping procrastinators, you are not alone. A recent SOASTA study revealed that about 54% of Americans will do their Christmas shopping between now and the 25th. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • According to Philip Treacy, there's nothing more British than an outrageous hat. "I make hats for very conservative English women who think that my hats are normal. I like being a hat designer in England because it’s part of the culture." [AnotherMag]
  • The next big collaboration: A.P.C. and Kanye West? [Complex]
  • Donna Karan's new Facebook App lets users try their hand at celebrity styling. [WWD]
  • Kate Moss proves what a pro she is in a behind-the-scenes video from Stuart Weitzman's Spring campaign, shot by Mario Testino. [People Style Watch]
  • In other ad news, Prada has tapped Hollywood actors Benicio Del Toro, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Harvey Keitel, and Dane DeHaan to star in its Spring 2013 mens campaign. [Telegraph]
  • Vice has acquired i-D Magazine with big plans to revamp the magazine's website. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Louis Vuitton has a new CEO. Starting tomorrow the CEO of Bulgari, Michael Burke, will take the top job at Vuitton. [Fashion Etc]
  • Victoria Beckham will launch ecommerce next Spring. [Vogue UK]
  • Attention Upper East Siders, Gossip Girl may be over but the style will live on. Designer Eric Daman says that it was industry fixtures like Kate Moss and Anna Wintour who inspired Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf's signature looks. [Teen Vogue] Source: The CW
  • Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • Stella McCartney will introduce a collection of lingerie next month made of organic cotton and recycled metal (for the rings on the bra straps). "Feeling constricted by one's underwear just isn't my thing; you need to rely on the quality," she said. Bras will cost $55, and panties will go for $26. [T Magazine]
    • Dolce & Gabbana's debut showing of couture — or, more appropriately, Alta Moda — was so intense that several people actually fainted during the festivities surrounding it. [The Cut]
    • Now that couture week is over, Karlie Kloss is looking forward to a family trip to Denmark. "That's where my grandparents are originally from, and I just booked for the entire family. We're meeting relatives we never met," she said. [Page Six]
    • Jason Wu dispensed a piece of advice to aspiring young designers during a breakfast talk this week that everyone should follow. "Sometimes you just need a good night of sleep," he said. [WWD]
    • Chloe Sevigny says she has trouble getting designers to lend her dresses. "Aren't I one of the top searches on, for crying out loud?" she said jokingly in a recent interview. "How hard is it to get a f*cking dress from Valentino?" [Out]
    • APC partnered with Nike to refresh its classic Dunk and Air Max sneakers. The reissued shoes will be available in APC stores and online at the end of August. [Refinery29]
    • Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender are on the cover of the August issue of W magazine. [Design Scene]
    • Banana Republic partnered with Virgin America to outfit the airline's 1,200 flight attendants with new uniforms in a palette of gray, black, and orange. The uniforms will debut on Aug. 8, and travelers will be able to purchase pieces inspired by the uniforms during their flights. [Fashionologie Inbox]