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  • Brazilian shoe brand Melissa has unveiled sketches of its collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld. [Telegraph]
  • An H&M employee reportedly leaked that the fast-fashion retailer will make its much-anticipated online launch this June. An H&M spokesperson, however, said no such date has been determined. [Racked]
  • In other ecommerce news, Carven has launched an online boutique to accompany the opening of its flagship on Paris's Left Bank. [WWD]
  • BCBG Max Azria Group Inc. has tapped the financial services company Blackstone to advise the brand's potential $1 billion sale. [Business of Fashion] [break]More of today's fashion news you want to read, right here.[/break]
  • Natalia Vodianova is set to release a footwear collection exclusively on Net-a-Porter tomorrow. All proceeds will benefit Vodianova's charity, the Naked Heart Foundation. [Vogue UK]
  • Today marks Laurie Jones's last day as managing editor of Vogue. There is no word on where she is heading. [Page Six]
  • Victoria Beckham and Christopher Kane are just a few of the designers whose runways were scented with candles from Diptyque. [FabSugar UK]
  • Gucci creative director Frida Giannini, Beyoncé Knowles, and Salma Hayek have cofounded Chime For Change, an organization which raises funds and awareness for women's empowerment. [Telegraph]
  • Jennifer Lawrence shows off her modeling chops in a behind-the-scenes video for her recently released Miss Dior campaign. [Daily Mail] Photos via Melissa.
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Karl Lagerfeld has called French President Francois Hollande an "idiot" for the new tax he's set on high-earning French citizens. "It's a disaster," he says. "He wants to punish (the rich) and of course they leave and no one invests." [Reuters]
  • Jennifer Lawrence may have been named the new face of Miss Dior, but she's still sharing the title with Marion Cotillard. The French actress has just finished a new episode of the brand's online documentary, called "Metamorphose." [Fashion Etc.]
  • The world's largest shoe store, a 96,000-square-foot Dubai retailer called the Level Shoe District, opened today. The store will stock up to 15,000 pairs of shoes from over 250 brands. [The Los Angeles Times]
  • Iris Apfel is adding shoes to her portfolio of products, which already includes handbags, makeup, and costume jewelry. [The Cut]
  • Just after Kristina O'Neill left Harper's Bazaar to join WSJ. Magazine, Harper's accessories director Kate Davidson Hudson and senior accessories editor Stefania Allen left, too. Whether their departure is related to O'Neill leaving remains to be seen. [Fashionista]
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