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  • Kate Moss was shot by Terry Richardson for Matchless's debut fashion ad campaign. [Vogue UK]
  • Riccardo Tisci will design the costumes for this Spring's production of Boléro at the Opéra de Paris. [WWD]
  • Jeremy Piven has been tapped to play the title character in Mr Selfridge, a 10-part miniseries chronicling the famed London department store's impact on Britain. The first episode debuts later this month on PBS. [WWD]
  • Diane von Furstenberg has some advice for dealing with negative energy: "Be honest with yourself, accept who you are. YOU are the solution! Look for the light and build around it." [The Cut]
  • PETA has teamed with Topshop to campaign against the use of animal skins in clothing. [Racked]
  • Starting this Spring, Bergdorf Goodman will undergo a series of renovations — 40 in total — to improve its in-store shopping experience. [The Shophound]
  • Rita Ora is the face of Superga's Spring 2013 campaign. [Elle]
  • Freja Beha Erichsen is the ethereal beauty in the behind-the-scenes video for Valentino's Spring scent, Valentina Acqua Floreale. [Styleite]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Next week, Coco Rocha will take over the website and social media channels of Sass & Bide, where she'll share self-styled looks as well as pictures shot with her own camera. [Vogue UK]
  • Vivienne Westwood lent the English National Ballet some of her most dramatic gowns for dancers to wear in its new ad campaign. [WWD]
  • Not to be outdone by Virgin Airlines' partnership with Banana Republic, American Airlines has enlisted Kaufman Franco to design uniforms for its entire staff. [Styleite]
  • Bernard Arnault has moved the bulk of his fortune from France to a private foundation based in Belgium in an attempt to prevent LVMH from breaking up if he dies in the next 10 years. [The Financial Times]
  • In time for Valentine's Day, Fleur du Mal is offering custom monogrammed lingerie. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • In a cease-and-desist letter, PETA has asked Bebe to uphold its 2008 decision to stop selling fur. The animal rights organization claims the brand still sells items that include animal skins. [Fashionista]
  • Henry Holland says his casual attitude toward his Twitter account aligns with his brand's desire to be "open, inclusive, and something people want to buy into." [Refinery29]
  • With Fashion Week right around the corner, Fern Mallis revisits how falling plaster helped the industry organize its shows. [ArtInfo]
Photo via Sass & Bide