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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]
  • Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • 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]
    Photo courtesy of Givenchy.
    These stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • 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]
    All the news fit to print here, in our daily roundup.
  • Stella McCartney beat out Versace and even The Kaiser to earn the top fashion spot in this year's Google Zeitgeist list. [Vogue UK]
  • Doo-Ri Chung, who left her namesake label in June, was spotted at the CFDA headquarters in New York. Might she design again soon? [Racked]
  • We can expect more homoerotic moments in Bruce Weber's advertising campaigns for Abercrombie & Fitch. [Styleite]
  • Karlie Kloss's holiday wish list is filled with housewarming gifts for her new home. [Modelinia]
  • Feel like somebody is watching you while you shop? It could be the mannequins. [The Cut]
  • InStyle Style Director Samira Nasr's quest for the perfect t-shirt has even taken her into the garbage. [YouTube]
  • Ralph Lauren hosted a dinner at New York's Museum of Modern Art with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter in honor of the cast of Downton Abbey. [Elle UK]
  • The popular romance novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, has inspired a newfound appreciation for sexy legwear. [WWD]
  • Cameron Russell's TED talk reveals the one thing a model would never say on camera. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • Giedre Kiaulenaite is the next model to watch. She made her debut last Paris Fashion Week — and was booked exclusively for Balenciaga. [WMagazine]
    • Details commissioned 10 CFDA members to create a limited-edition collection of pocket squares for charity. The pocket squares will retail for $100 and hit on Dec. 4. [LA Times]
    • Mulberry has been honored with the prestigious Walpole luxury award in London. [Elle UK]
    • Kristen Stewart's stylist Tara Swennen hasn't given up on Balenciaga. "I still love the brand, I will continue to pull it, and she'll continue to wear it," she says. [The Cut]
    • H&M has released a video teaser featuring pieces from its soon-to-launch higher-end label & Other Stories. [Vogue UK]
    • Canadian brand Joe Fresh may have found the secret to fast-fashion success. "We like to take trends and interpret them," founder Joe Mimran said. "Put our spin on them, and have our voice to it, which is a different branding idea." [Racked]
    • A total of 73 people were arrested in China when 37 factories that manufactured counterfeit luxury handbags were shut down. [WWD]
    • Marchesa's new Iris clutch owes its shape to an olfactory source of inspiration. [Elle]
    • Nicola Formichetti threw a wild "panda party" in London in honor of Dazed's December issue. [DazedDigital]
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