All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
- Beyoncé's costume at the Super Bowl, designed by Rubin Singer, was inspired by Valkyrie, the goddess of war from Norse mythology. [ModMods]
- Net-A-Porter's Natalie Massenet has announced that, in addition to debuting a print magazine, the luxury ecommerce site will soon be readable in French, German, and Mandarin. [The New York Times]
- Barneys New York's dedicated warehouse sale website is now live. [The Shophound]
- The first-ever Global Kids Fashion Week will showcase designs from labels like Paul Smith Junior and Little Marc Jacobs. [Vogue UK]
- Anja Rubik says that the second issue of her biannual magazine, 25, is inspired by the soft, sensual side of erotica. [Nowness]
- Donatella Versace, Victoria Beckham, and Mario Testino are just a few of the confirmed speakers at the 2013 Vogue Festival. [Independent]
- P'Trique takes chic to the next level in his new music video. [Elle]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
- "You may think I am high maintenance, but I assure you, the attention is worth it," Choupette Lagerfeld writes in the infamous diary her two maids keep detailing her every move. "Even my fur balls are glossy." [Grazia]
- Lady Gaga has sided with Oscar de la Renta in his tiff with fashion critic Cathy Horyn. "Bravo Oscar," the singer tweeted. "Only you would be so chic as to purchase an entire page in WWD, making statements like a good fashion citizen." [Styleite]
- Mugler creative director Christophe de Lataillade has revealed the secrets behind campaigns for the house's iconic fragrance Angel — including the set that nearly burned a model's flesh. [The Cut]
- Calvin Klein's ex-boyfriend Nick Gruber has accused the fashion icon of paying private eyes to "stalk" him and his new boyfriend, animator John Luciano. "Calvin can hire goons to follow John and me all he wants — we have nothing to hide. I've moved on. I've never been happier." [Page Six]
- Hedi Slimane will unveil his new Saint Laurent Paris store concept when he opens a store in Shanghai next week. The design, involving a lot of dark stone and mirrored surfaces, references the French art deco and Union des Artistes Modernes movements. [WWD]
- Versace has opened another store, too — online. Customers in Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France can now buy the house's wares through a new ecommerce site. [Versace]
- Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet has been appointed chairwoman of the British Fashion Council, succeeding its leader of five years, Harold Tillman. [The Independent] Photo via Grazia