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  • Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham have been remade as British royals to promote The Sunday Times' Style Magazine's annual best-dressed list. [BuzzFeed]
  • Condé Nast has confirmed that Kate Phelan, who left her role as Fashion Director of Vogue UK to be the creative director of Topshop, will return to the publication. There is no word yet on what her position will be at the magazine. [Telegraph]
  • Public relations executive Lynn Tesoro has reached a settlement in her $1 million lawsuit against three French attendees of Zac Posen's Spring 2013 show, one of whom slapped Tesoro when she attempted to reseat them. [WWD] [break]More of the fashion news you want to read, right here.[/break]
  • Manolo Blahnik, Paul Smith, and Orla Kiely have all designed postcard-size pieces of art to go on sale at the Royal College of Art's Secret Postcard event to benefit emerging artists. [Vogue UK]
  • Two of Barneys Co-Op's largest locations in New York and Los Angeles have been rebranded as part of a campaign, which may include the elimination of the Co-Op name altogether. [WWD]
  • Zara founder Amancio Ortega has been named the third richest person in the world with a net worth of $57 billion. [Forbes]
  • When Coco Rocha travels to Paris for Fashion Week, there's one thing she can't resist buying: "It's makeup remover," the model said. "The liquid, clear kind . . . you can only but it here and it's the best stuff." [Elle]
  • Gap is celebrating what would have been Jimi Hendrix's 70th birthday with a limited-edition collection of t-shirts featuring the cover art from his 1969 album People, Hell and Angels. [The GQ Eye]
  • The character Effie Trinket from The Hunger Games is shown wearing Alexander McQueen Fall 2012 in her official portrait to promote the series' second film, Catching Fire. [Fashion Foie Gras]
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  • British Vogue editor, Francesca Burns, revealed via Twitter that the magazine will launch a teen edition, Miss Vogue, this May. [Racked]
  • Meanwhile, Hearst Magazines International will debut Elle in Australia this October. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Artist Julie Verhoeven — who has previously collaborated with Mulberry, Louis Vuitton, and Versace — has designed an exclusive print (above) for the Investec Derby to appear on cashmere picnic blankets. [Vogue UK]
  • Now's your chance to show off your style chops — Vanity Fair is now accepting pictures of its readers for possible inclusion in its annual International Best Dressed list. [The New York Times]
  • David Koma, Holly Fulton, and Michael van der Ham have all received the British Fashion Council's Fashion Forward sponsorship for 2013. [Vogue UK]
  • Mark your calendars: the Barneys New York warehouse sale will start on Valentine's Day. It is yet to be confirmed whether or not the sale will also be online. [The Shophound]
  • Chiara Ferragni and Susie Lau are just a few of the bloggers who will be revealing Loewe's collection of handbags for Moda Operandi, which is now available online, on their websites. [Moda Operandi]
  • Ford Models has shuttered its kids division after restructuring its New York office. [Page Six]
  • Morgans Hotel Group will partner with Scoop NYC to style its guests for New York Fashion Week. [She Finds]
  • Will Natalie Portman soon be wearing a beret? Her husband, Benjamin Millepied, the former principal at New York City Ballet, has just been named the director of dance at the Paris Opera ballet. [The New York Times]
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