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  • The first promotional image from the soon-to-be-released Yves Saint Laurent biopic, Saint Laurent, starring Gaspard Ulliel, has been released. [Telegraph]
  • J.Crew has launched an in-store styling app called Very Personal Stylist with tips and tricks to achieve that perfect Jenna Lyons look. [Refinery 29]
  • Tiffany & Co. has filed a lawsuit with Costco, claiming that the wholesale retailer sold counterfeit rings under the Tiffany name for years. [Styleite]
  • Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, who left their respective positions of accessories director and senior accessories editor at Elle last year, have debuted Editorialist, a luxury accessories retail site. [WWD]
  • After 33 years, Coach is getting a new CEO. Victor Luis will succeed the position Lew Frankfort has held starting January 2014. [Vogue UK]
  • House of Holland has designed a four-piece capsule collection for eBay. All proceeds from the collaboration will benefit Cancer Research UK. [Vogue UK]
  • Could Dauphine McKee be the next model to watch? The 17-year-old made her debut this season with more than 19 shows in New York, including Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren. [Elle]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Erin Heatherton and Leonardo DiCaprio have called it quits. "There's no bad blood," the source said. "They still care about each other a lot." In the 10 months they were together, the duo weren't photographed together much, but they did vacation in Australia late last year. [Us Weekly]
  • French actor Gaspard Ulliel has been cast as Yves Saint Laurent in a biopic that will be directed by Bertrand Bonello. The yet-to-be-named film apparently does not have Pierre Bergé's approval, but another YSL film about Bergé's relationship with Saint Laurent, directed by Jalil Lespert, does. [Vogue UK]
  • Karl Lagerfeld will release a line of watches, priced between $150 and $595, on Feb. 28. [Design Scene]
  • Producers for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which is being held in a National Guard building in New York this Wednesday, helped the Guard respond to Hurricane Sandy by letting the guardsmen use their generators and rented space and even setting up an Internet connection. [Fashionista]
  • British label Ossie Clark is set for a comeback. It's been renamed Ossie Clark London, and its first new collection — with pieces priced between $80 and $300 — will appear in 45 Debenhams stores across the UK starting in February 2013. [Vogue UK]
  • Amazon is setting up a 40,000-square-foot fashion studio in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, where it will shoot clothing for its main website as well as for online retailers Shopbop and MyHabit, which it also owns. [Racked]
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