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  • Gisele Bündchen released the first picture of daughter Vivian Lake Brady on her Facebook page. The caption reads, "Love is everything!!!! Happy Friday, much love to all." [Facebook User Gisele Bündchen]
  • Chanel's iconic Rue Cambon boutique is slated to expand. [WWD]
  • Chris Benz, Badgley Mischka, and Cynthia Rowley have all been tapped to create a capsule collection of outerwear for London Fog, which will hit stores in August. [Glamour]
  • NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell secured the highly coveted seat next to Anna Wintour at Thursday's Kimberly Ovitz show. [New York Post]
  • Wes Gordon, Giulietta's Sofia Sizzi, and Cushnie et Ochs's Michelle Ochs and Carly Cushnie are among the designers who will participate in the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's Americans in Paris program during Paris Fashion Week. [WWD]
  • Portraits of Diane von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein, and Carolina Herrera are featured in Andy Warhol's latest exhibit, Andy Warhol Photography, which will open on Feb. 11 in London. [Vogue UK]
  • Rag & Bone's latest bag, the Pilot Clutch, is now available online and in stores. [Elle]
  • In other ecommerce news, a collection of vintage clothing and accessories curated by Natalie Joos for the Manhattan Vintage show is now shoppable. [Manhattan Vintage]
  • Not only did Hanneli Mustaparta star in Diesel Black Gold's Spring 2013 campaign, shot by Theo Wenner, but she also styled it. [POPSUGAR Fashion News Inbox]
These stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • We now know what not to expect from J.W. Anderson's future collections. "I hate dresses," he said. "Nowadays women want to mix things, a dress limits you in that capacity." [Telegraph]
  • On Liya Kebede's holiday wish list this year? Donations. [T Magazine]
  • Bulgari has joined the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style. [L.A. Times]
  • The Birkin has been reincarnated in its most exotic material yet: Legos. [Design Taxi]
  • Comme des Garcons is set to open its very first New York store next year. [WWD]
  • In the wake of the recent shakeups at Ford Models, Laura Love has left for DNA models. [Page Six]
  • Watch out, Martha Stewart: Diane von Furstenberg may just be the next great hostess on the scene. [Elle]
  • The Fendi Casa showroom in Miami played host to an Andy Warhol exhibition during Art Basel. [Harper's Bazaar]
Photo via Lemlem.
All the news bits fit to print, here in our daily roundup.
  • Newly installed French President Francois Hollande has stripped John Galliano of his membership in the French Legion of Honor. Galliano was awarded the honor in 2010 but was dismissed from his post at Dior for making anti-Semitic comments in Paris early last year. [The Cut]
  • Andy Warhol's artwork and eye for color combinations have been incorporated into a Holiday collaboration with Nars cosmetics. Sephora will launch an exclusive run of the products on Oct. 1, and department stores and other specialty stores will get their products on Nov. 1. [WWD]
  • Stella Tennant models because she hasn't found anything better to do. "I said I wasn't going to model after having my son," she says. "Now I just think, 'Fine, I enjoy the people a lot.' And I haven't found a better part-time job." [WSJ. Magazine]
  • Lululemon has sued Calvin Klein for creating a pair of trousers that infringe on the patent it holds on v-shaped waistbands in yoga pants. [Racked]
  • A Brian Atwood ad featuring Candice Swanepoel and a team of half-naked male models writhing around a darkened apartment has been banned from the billboard above Atwood's Madison Avenue store in New York City. [Modelinia]
  • InStyle fashion director Hal Rubenstein has taken on the new role of editor at large. The change follows rumors that Rubenstein was trying to find more time to devote to personal projects. [WWD]