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  • Karl Lagerfeld has set the theme for this year's Bal de la Rose du Rocher in Monte Carlo as "Belle et Pop," which will combine the imagery and music of France's Golden Age with the latest trends in rap, hip-hop, and soul. [WWD]
  • After previously showing in Milan, Burberry will present its next menswear collection in London. [Telegraph]
  • Macy's latest brand literally comes straight from a magazine. Teen Vogue collaborated with the retailer on a collection that launches in stores and online today. [WWD]
  • Meanwhile, Lily Aldridge has teamed up with Velvet by Graham & Spencer on a 13-piece capsule collection, which reflects the model's signature "boho rock-and-roll glamour" style. [Vogue UK]
  • The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum will explore the mystical role of shoes in mythology through its next exhibition, The Amazing Shoemaker — Fairy Tales and Legends About Shoes and Shoemakers. [WWD]
  • Condé Nast has premiered video networks for Glamour and GQ to kick-start the development of its newly created entertainment division. [Mashable]
  • Iris Apfel's second collection of sunglasses for Eyebobs is now available. [SheFinds]
  • Karlie's Kookies might soon be stocked at a Whole Foods near you. [The New York Post]
  • Nicholas Kirkwood looks to architecture to inspire his fancy footwear: "The curve, the line, the angles, all of it is close to the structure of a bridge, if not of a building in itself." [AnotherMag]
  • 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]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Versace cast Kate Moss, Joan Smalls, and Daria Werbowy for its Spring 2013 campaign. [Modelinia]
  • Karl Lagerfeld has taken his New York apartment, at 50 Gramercy Park North, off the market for the fourth time since his first attempt at selling it last year. [Curbed]
  • LVMH boss Bernard Arnault's application for a Belgian passport might be declined because he doesn't meet the nation's citizenship requirements. [Vogue UK]
  • Jimmy Choo today unveiled plans to launch a second fragrance, called Flash, come Spring. [Fashion Etc]
  • Condé Nast's newest title, BeautyScoop, is a collaboration with mass retailer Walmart. [WWD]
  • How festive: Proenza Schouler's holiday card opens to reveal a photograph of two grinning monkeys. []
  • Naomi Campbell's torn ligament hasn't dampened her social schedule. The supermodel dined with Steven Meisel and Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele at New York's Beatrice Inn on Thursday and was also spotted talking with Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, and Donna Karan there. [Styleite]
  • School might be out for Winter break, but tourists who visit New York during the holidays can still learn a lot about the industry thanks to two of the city's ongoing exhibits. [Teen Vogue]
Photo courtesy of Versace.
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • The relaunch of Schiaparelli has been delayed until "June or July" of 2013, according to the brand's spokeswoman Farida Khelfa. The reason? Diego Della Valle, who owns the brand, is still looking for a creative director. [Fashionista]
  • What's next for Tamara Mellon's life after Jimmy Choo? She's writing what she calls an "entrepreneur story" that will be published next year. "It's not strictly a business book and it's not strictly a memoir," she says. "It's a hybrid." [The New York Times]
  • Publishers of some of the nation's biggest fashion and lifestyle magazines, including Condé Nast and Hearst, were forced to close their New York offices during Hurricane Sandy. [WWD]
  • Actor Robert Pattinson will take on a new role as the face of Dior's men's fragrances. His contract with the brand is estimated to be worth $12 million over three years. [E! Online]
  • Twelv magazine hired ice sculptor Takeo Okamoto to create a dress out of ice inspired by Tilda Swinton's portrayal of the Ice Queen in the movie The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Photographers only had 30 minutes to shoot the dress before it melted. [Huff Post Style]
  • Just in time for Halloween, Coco Rocha stars in a decidedly spooky fashion film called Full Moon that Ellen von Unwerth directed for Vs. Magazine. [Styleite]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Alber Elbaz cast real people — and not models — between the ages of 18 and 80 for Lanvin's Fall 2012 campaign. [Styleite]
  • How much do the editors at Condé Nast really make? [Fashion Etc]
  • Fern Mallis says the government's outrage over Ralph Lauren's Olympic uniforms being manufactured in China wouldn't happen if it were possible to manufacture cost-efficient clothing in America. "If the government really wants to control [where the USA uniforms are made], then pay for the uniforms," she says. [Fashionista]
  • Nina Garcia is adding another highlight to her résumé: today JC Penney announced that it has hired Garcia as its new style voice. Garcia will advise the company on upcoming trends and give shoppers tips on how to wear the retailer's merchandise. [Nina Garcia]
  • Jessica Stam's best travel tip is to wear a comfortable dress when you're on an airplane. "Flying in jeans overnight is uncomfortable," Stam says. [Modelinia]
  • Jewelry designer Roberto Coin can last up to five days on no sleep — and when he does get some shut-eye, he only needs four or five hours to feel rested. "It's all about mind power," he says. "I have a lot of mind power." [Daily Front Row]
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg says the difference between London style and Parisian chic is that Londoners are freer and more eccentric. "Parisians are a little too serious and self conscious," she says. [Elle UK]
  • The CFDA has a new feature that offers an exclusive look inside the design studios of its members. First up: Cushnie et Ochs. [CFDA]
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