Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
- Carine Roitfeld sometimes has inner mouth massages — to relax her face. [Fashionista]
- In an interview about her new book, The Truth About Style, Stacy London reveals her struggles with eating disorders, plans for a new jewelry collaboration with Sorrelli, and the title of her senior thesis at Vassar: "Nietzsche, Thomas Mann, and Hermann Broch, the Concept of Self and Its Relationships to the Creation of Character in Literature." [The Washington Post]
- First Lady Michelle Obama was the first person to wear a dress from Jason Wu's upcoming secondary line, Miss Wu. Mere mortals will have to wait until it hits stores in January 2013. [Mrs. O]
- "These are clothes to wear every day that don't cost the earth and make you feel great," says Savannah Miller of the first collection for her new line, Savannah. [Vogue UK]
- Talk about a girl on fire: Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover of the November issue of Vogue UK. [Racked]
All the news bits fit to print — here, in our daily roundup.
Derek Blasberg sure knows how to make the ladies smile. "It's such a pleasure to have a handsome young fella come a-calling," 91-year-old Iris Apfel said when Blasberg interviewed her for his Hairspray Confessions video series. [Fashionologie Inbox]
Anna Dello Russo has released a "fashion shower" video in honor of her upcoming H&M collection. [Vogue UK]
First Lincoln Center, now a beauty deal. Katie Holmes is the new face of Bobbi Brown. [Fashion Etc.]
One might think that Andre Leon Talley has a jam-packed show schedule this week, and one might be right. But the famous editor's show of choice is actually happening in North Carolina: it's the Democratic National Convention. [Racked]
Speaking of politics, Anna Wintour might also be skipping some Spring 2013 shows in support of the cause; the Vogue editor in chief is reportedly hosting a $15,000-a-head dinner at her home on the very same day that Milan Fashion Week kicks off. [Fashionista]
Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book, which hits newsstands Sept. 13, will be a whopping 340 pages. [WWD]