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  • Tilda Swinton will be the face of Chanel's Métiers d'Art 2013 collection. [The Huffington Post]
  • A collection of scarves designed by street artists Lady Aiko, Os Gemenos, and Retna for Louis Vuitton is now available online. [Refinery29]
  • Manolo Blahnik is open to designing a lower-priced collaboration — under one condition: "It would have to be a challenge," he said. "If it was something exciting and I could really collaborate with someone marvelous then yes, of course." [Vogue UK]
  • Nicola Formichetti and Alexis Bittar have teamed up on an exclusive collection of accessories to debut at tonight's Mugler Fall 2013 show. [WWD]
  • Alexander Wang didn't hold back when asked about his upcoming debut for Balenciaga: "I'm extremely excited. I am high on life. It's a dream come true." [The New York Times] [break]More of the fashion news you need to know, right here.[/break]
  • Anna Dello Russo's signature style has one drawback: "In terms of men, [my romantic life] is a disaster," she said. "Mostly they are scared: few understand! They see me as a cartoon." [Telegraph]
  • Eva Herzigova makes a splash in Brian Atwood's Spring '13 film, inspired by Marilyn Monroe's pool scene from Something's Got to Give. [Style.com] Photo courtesy of Chanel.
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    • Katie Grand, Editor-in-Chief of Love, says that this month's Kate Moss shoot with Tim Walker taps into her love of British models: "I don’t think they take the whole modeling thing so seriously and generally know how to have a good time," she commented. [Nowness]
    • Keep an eye out for Karlie Kloss and Pastry Chef Christina Tosi, who will be handing out Karlie's Kookies from a "Kookie Truck" at Lincoln Center on Wednesday. [PS Fashion News Inbox]
    • 3.1 Phillip Lim tapped Alexis Bittar to design a custom pair of earrings for today's runway show. [WWD]
    • Are flash-sale sites losing their luster? A few industry experts think so. [WWD]
    • Countess Louise J. Esterhazy, who wrote for WWD in the '70s, has returned to the publication with a monthly column. Her first piece recounts an evening she once spent with Coco Chanel. [PS Fashion News Inbox]
    • Julia Restoin Roitfeld, who had daughter Romy last May, will soon launch an online publication dedicated to motherhood. [Telegraph]
    • Asos is offering a 25 percent discount just for college students until midnight tomorrow. [Asos]
    • Have We Met Before, the short film for Donna Karan's new line of hosiery will star Angelica Houston. [New York Post]
    • In other Donna Karan news, the designer has teamed up with Rent the Runway to design an exclusive collection of rentable eveningwear. [Rent the Runway]
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