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  • Miuccia Prada's sketches of the dresses she designed with Baz Luhrmann for The Great Gatsby have been released. This is the third time Prada has worked with the director; their most recent project was the 1996 film Romeo & Juliet. [Telegraph]
  • Move over, eBay: there is a new generation of online resale sites hitting the Internet. [Business of Fashion]
  • Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery says that her character, Lady Mary Crawley, influences her personal style. [InStyle]
  • Mark your calendars: the Valentino Spring 2013 couture show will be live streamed this Wednesday at 12 p.m. EST. [Valentino]
  • Newly relocated John Galliano isn't wasting any time hitting New York's fashionable haunts: he was recently spotted having lunch at Sant Ambroeus with Grace Coddington. [Page Six]
  • André Leon Talley loves that Michelle Obama is a first lady who isn't afraid to put her hair up in a ponytail. [Vogue]
  • Cara Delevingne and Mark Ronson were just a few of the guests spotted at Georgia May Jagger's haunted 21st birthday party. [FabSugar UK]
  • Nina Garcia will debut her style makeover web series, Decoding Style With Nina Garcia, tomorrow on Aol on Style's YouTube channel. [Racked]
All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Set your clocks: Fern Mallis's 92Y interview with Betsy Johnson will be streamed online at 8:00 pm EST tonight. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Coco Rocha opened up about being a Jehovah's Witness in the latest issue of Du Jour: "There aren't many Witnesses who are in the public eye," she said. "So, yeah, it's hard sometimes when you're here alone. You're not there with someone who can hold your hand and say we'll do this together." [New York Post]
  • This Fashion Week, Vogue will host a "Fashion Hackathon", during which entrepreneurs, designes, and developers pitch digital concepts to compete for a grand prize of over $10,000. [Racked]
  • A new exhibit exploring Chanel's lifestyle and involvement with the arts has opened at the Guangzhou Opera House in China. [WWD]
  • DSquared² is launching its first line of childrenswear to debut in Spring 2014. [Vogue UK]
  • Grace Coddington stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about her memoir, Grace, her modeling days before Vogue, and to give Jimmy the ultimate present. [Styleite]
  • Your daily news roundup.
    • In celebration of Cyber Monday, Ferragamo has not only relaunched and redesigned its website, but it has also issued a special line of Gancio bags to shop. [Fashionologie Inbox]
    • Christopher Bailey cites Apple as a source of inspiration for tech-minded brand Burberry. "They're incredibly consistent," he said. "I love the fact that it is a world that you enter where you get immersed in their point of view." [The Telegraph]
    • Runway to Win, Anna Wintour's fashion-based presidential fundraiser, brought in $40 million for the Obama campaign. [Business Week]
    • Jaeger has appointed a new head of womenswear design. [Vogue UK]
    • Mick Jagger's costumes for The Rolling Stones' 50 & Counting tour were made by none other than his longtime partner, L'Wren Scott. [WWD]
    • Leandra Medine says she would like her upcoming book to be titled Don't Worry I'm Wearing Overalls. [Guest of a Guest]
    • Instagram's influence on fashion may be expanding past trend forecasting. [NY Times]
    • Grace Coddington sat down with Sarah Mower to discuss her just-released book, Grace: A Memoir. [Vogue UK]
    • It turns out Paul Solomons is not heading to Cosmopolitan after all. After initially accepting Joanna Coles's offer, Solomons has ultimately decided to stay at British GQ. [WWD]
    Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • To celebrate the release of her book, Grace: A Memoir, Grace Coddington will field questions from Vogue's Twitter account (@VogueMagazine) tomorrow, Nov. 20. [WWD]
    • The iPad is becoming the key to luxury ecommerce success. [WWD]
    • British designer Emma Cook's whimsical collection of apparel and home decor for Topshop will be available Dec. 6. [Elle]
    • See by Chloé design director Laure de Sade has left the company. It is not known what her next move will be. [Vogue UK]
    • Chris Burch, founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital, has announced that he is slowing down the development of two nascent brands to focus on growing his other labels, C. Wonder and Monika Chiang. [WWD]
    • Stella McCartney has designed a White Ribbon badge to run during a two-week campaign for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on Nov. 25. [Vogue UK]
    • Hugo Guinness says that humor is his main source of inspiration for his artwork, which is currently being featured in a line of accessories for Coach. [FashionEtc]
    • Anna Karenina costume designer Jacqueline Durran says 1950s couture inspired the movie's costumes because it has "a stark, architectural approach which doesn't involve a lot of surface detail but at the same time captures a kind of romanticism." [Fashionista]
    • The Maison Martin Margiela for H&M collection hasn't sold out yet. [Racked]
    • Jordi Constans is the new CEO of Louis Vuitton, replacing Yves Carcelle. [WWD]
    • Vanessa Steward's second capsule collection for A.P.C. will expand into the company's bread and butter: denim. []
    • Iris Apfel's personal style mantra is "more is more and less is a bore!" [Fashionista]
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