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  • Following the success of a dedicated London Fashion Week for menswear, the CFDA is considering the same for New York. "We are looking at the potential of a men's week and how that might fit into the global men's calendar," CFDA CEO Steven Kolb commented. [Vogue UK]
  • Meanwhile, the CFDA has also launched a hub on its website with KCD to provide easy access to the top international reviews of the New York Fashion Week shows. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • The custom vanity plates created by industry insiders such as Derek Blasberg and Hilary Rhoda for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week have gone on display at Lincoln Center. Karlie Kloss's fashion plate says LONGLEGS. [Elle]
  • Rachel Roy says she opted for a digital fashion show this season to make New York Fashion Week a little less stressful: "Editors and buyers have such a hectic schedule," the designer said. "So the idea of making it convenient, of having an editor literally just open a book, press play, and watch a little video screen…felt very modern." [Styleite]
  • Net-A-Porter's online magazine, The Edit, launches today. A print version of the publication is slated for release later this year. [WWD]
  • Sandra Choi has been named the sole creative director of Jimmy Choo after Simon Holloway, her former codirector, left the company. [Daily Front Row]
  • Miu Miu's The Women's Tales video series finds a fifth installment in The Door, a short film with a political slant by Ava DuVernay. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • The Victoria's Secret Angels decode what women really mean when they say things like, "I'll be five minutes" in the brand's new Valentine's Day commercial. [Telegraph]
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  • Prabal Gurung's Fall 2013 moodboard hints that floral Victoriana and vintage military uniforms will inspire his upcoming collection. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • Zac Posen is set to launch Zac Zac Posen, a contemporary line of dresses and separates. The pieces will run $690 for a cocktail dress and $1,690 for an evening gown. [Racked]
  • Talk about model roommates: Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger are reportedly moving to North London together. [Telegraph]
  • The CFDA has teamed up with Swarovski to host A Collective View, a roundup of Instagram pics snapped and shared by industry insiders, on the CFDA's website. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • The Westminster City Council has refused Abercrombie & Fitch's proposal to open a children's store on Savile Row. [Vogue UK]
  • The President of Vera Wang Group, Mario Grauso, has stepped down from his position. He will continue to consult for the company. [WWD]
  • Anna Piaggi's wardrobe will be featured in a public exhibition at Milan's Fabbrica del Vapore later this month. [Vogue UK]
  • Gucci and Louis Vuitton are just a few of the brands launching themed products in honor of the Lunar New Year. [The Wall Street Journal]
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  • Tom Ford and Justin Timberlake joined forces for the singer's soon-to-be released album. Ford established the style for the cover artwork and Timberlake's latest music video, Suit & Tie, even features bespoke tailored pieces from the designer. [Vogue UK]
  • A bag that was on the same plane as Viottorio Missoni has surfaced on the island of Curacao. [WWD]
  • A 17th-century masterpiece by Charles Le Brun was discovered in Coco Chanel's suite at The Ritz Paris. The painting will be auctioned by Christie's for an estimated $673,000 with proceeds going to charity. [Telegraph]
  • Alexander Wang will introduce the ads for his T by Alexander Wang Spring 2013 collection with a little help from Bon Qui Qui. The designer has revived a 2007 MADtv sketch for a short film that also features Simon Doonan and Alessandra Ambrosio. The short will debut online this Wednesday. []
  • Graydon Carter of Vanity Fair was recently spotted waiting a table of socialites at Beatrice Inn. He "didn’t wear an apron, but he did memorize and tell them the specials and pour their wine," a source said. The act was part of an auction item from the CFDA and Vogue Fashion For Sandy Relief initiative. [New York Post]
  • Paper Magazine's website has a new look. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Anya Ziourova's beauty secret? Ice water. "Every morning I splash my face with ice-cold water. That always comes first," the Tatler Russia and Allure Russia editor said. "It's really good for your skin because it makes your pores smaller, and your skin gets tighter." [Into the Gloss]
  • Fendi will fund a restoration of the fountains of Rome, starting with the Trevi. [WWD]
  • Marc Jacobs says he chose the motif of twins for his Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 ad campaign to underscore the collection's repetitious checkerboard pattern. [Elle]
  • The Barneys New York warehouse sale will once again be held online. [Racked]
  • The show journal for Hedi Slimane's debut collection of Saint Laurent menswear (below) features artwork by graphic designer Brian Roettinger. [AnotherMag]
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  • Valentino Garavani certainly knows how to throw a party. The designer's New Year's Eve bash in the Swiss Alps attracted the likes of Madonna, Anne Hathaway — and the police. [Page Six]
  • Gucci tapped Japanese manga artist Hirohiko Araki for a series of window illustrations inspired by the label's Resort 2013 collection. [Telegraph]
  • CFDA CEO Steven Kolb says he looks for humility in a designer: "I like people that, as they get more and more success, they stay grounded," he said. "They're still that same person that they were when they were just starting." [The Cut]
  • Gap Inc. has acquired Intermix for $130 million. [WWD]
  • Carven's collaboration with Petit Bateau is now available online. [Petit Bateau]
  • If you're still thinking about getting something from the Target + Neiman Marcus collaboration, now's your chance — the entire collection is now 70 percent off. [The Shophound]
  • Tiffany & Co. has renewed its contract with Elsa Peretti for 20 more years. [Telegraph]
  • Romeo Beckham stars alongside Cara Delevingne in Burberry's Spring 2013 campaign video. [Fashionologie Inbox]
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    • Givenchy won't stage a Couture Week show for the press in January but still plans to see private clients. [WWD]
    • Meanwhile, Tom Ford has publicly listed his next show on the London Fashion Week schedule for February. [Grazia]
    • Some of the 24 contestants on The Face are already working models with big clients like Tory Burch, Christian Louboutin, Target, and Forever 21. [Oxygen]
    • The CFDA has raised $1.7 million to benefit the Hurricane Sandy relief effort. All of the proceeds will be donated to local charities. [CFDA]
    • Ecommerce success stories like Bonobos and Warby Parker are opening up physical stores in response to their customers' desire to try garments on before they buy them. [On the Runway]
    • Elsewhere in retail, the iconic French store Galeries Lafayette is rumored to be interested in buying its equally iconic next-door neighbor, Printemps. [WWD]
    • Roland Mouret will curate an exhibition of Norman Parkinson's photography for the Bath in Fashion festival this April. [Vogue UK]
    • Political insiders say Anna Wintour is "open" to becoming the United States ambassador to France. [The Hollywood Reporter]
    • DJ Kiss, who's spun records at parties for Diane von Furstenberg and Alexander Wang, is the latest musical talent to sign with Wilhelmina Models Artist Management. [Page Six]
    • Who owns Saturday? After a few weeks of legal volleys, Kate Spade has asked a New York court to declare that its new label Kate Spade Saturday does not infringe on the trademark of the menswear line Saturdays Surf NYC. [WWD]
    • Jason Wu says his new line Miss Wu is for a girl who's a "little more worn in, a little grittier, her hair is a little messier, her makeup might be from the night before." [Fashionista]
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    • IMG has landed in Australia, and one of its models, Marthe Wiggers, might just be one to watch. [Fashion Copious]
    • Sarah Burton would like to design Kate Middleton's maternity clothing. [Grazia Daily]
    • Glenn O'Brien, who penned the script for Brad Pitt's Chanel No. 5 commercial, says he's flattered by the many parodies of the advertisement. [The Cut]
    • Greg Kessler's popular Model Morphosis series has morphed into a new app. [Go Backstage]
    • This year's CFDA Winners have been matched up with mentors. [WWD]
    • Ralph Rucci: Ascension, an exhibit featuring Rucci's most recent artwork, opens in San Francisco next week. [Harper's Bazaar]
    • Giorgio Armani will star alongside Sean Penn in a new campaign to support Penn's Haitian Relief Organization. [Vogue UK]
    • Nicholas Kirkwood is set to release a line of men's shoes in 2013. [Telegraph]
    • Levi Strauss & Co. is the latest to expunge toxic chemicals from its production lines. [WWD]
    • Lara Stone does some serious writhing in the behind-the-scenes video for Calvin Klein's upcoming Euphoria fragrance ad. She also shares her favorite beauty tips. [Vogue Italia]