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  • These are the last few days to shop Natalie Joos's curated vintage collection for Manhattan Vintage. [Manhattan Vintage]
  • Raf Simons, Dries van Noten, and Marni are among the design houses creating white t-shirts for Selfridges's no noise campaign. [PS Fashion News Inbox]
  • Ruffian is teaming up with Birchbox to debut a limited-edition collection of nail polishes. [POPSUGAR Beauty] [break]More fashion news you need to know, right here.[/break]
  • Carine Roitfeld's beauty secret can't be found in stores: "I would say an hour of ballet lesson each morning . . . you cannot buy it; you have to wake up and do it." [Styleite]
  • Hermès perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena has a romantic tip for picking the perfect scent: "No rush, take the time, because perfume is like a love affair. It's not good to rush a love affair." [The Cut]
  • The New York Times will rebrand The International Herald Tribune this Fall. [WWD]
  • Harper's Bazaar UK editor Justine Picardie says England is ready to prove itself as a main player in fashion: "With the Jubilee and the Olympics, I think it was London at its best. Britain feels very vital at the moment." [Daily Front Row]
  • Karl Lagerfeld's mini film for Fendi's Spring 2013 collection, Peplum People, follows models on a excursion throughout Rome. [Telegraph]
  • Revealed: exactly one sketch from the Ralph Lauren Fall 2013 collection. [Facebook]
  • Alber Elbaz will design a custom gown for Minnie Mouse to wear to Disneyland Paris's 20th Anniversary celebrations. [Vogue UK]
  • Erin Fetherston decided not to present this season in order to prepare for her upcoming wedding to Cobra Starship singer Gabe Saporta. [New York Post]
  • Nicholas Kirkwood will collaborate with Selfridges on a four-style capsule collection of shoes inspired by the film Oz The Great and Powerful. [Vogue UK]
  • Prabal Gurung's collaboration with Target has been named a smash success; it almost entirely sold out in just one day. [Business Insider]
  • Michelle McCool has left Cosmopolitan after 10 years as fashion director at the magazine. [WWD]
All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • i-D Magazine's Terry Jones curated the latest Taschen release, Vivienne Westwood, which reflects on the designer's influence on British fashion over the last 30 years. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Today marks Carolina Herrera's 74th birthday. [InStyle]
  • ShoeDazzle has named Rachel Zoe its chief stylist. [WWD]
  • Meanwhile, Savile Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes has tapped former Brioni artistic director Jason Basmajian to be its new creative director. [Vogue UK]
  • Terry Richardson's latest campaign for Equinox was shot at the Stahl House in the Hollywood Hills. [Elle]
  • Rugby Ralph Lauren, which is set to shutter by February, is offering 40 percent off all merchandise both in stores and online. [The Shophound]
  • JCPenney CEO Ron Johnson says he isn't making ecommerce a priority. "You've got to focus on where they are shopping today, and that is the physical store." [Racked]
  • This is what the debranded products offered by Selfridges' No Noise campaign look like. [Refinery29]
  • Karlie Kloss may have spent last season beating up men on the beach, but you'd never know that from her ethereal commercial for Juicy Couture's new scent, Couture La La. [Fashion Copious]
All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Joseph Altuzarra, Leandra Medine, and Alexander Wang are among those who made this year's Forbes 30 Under 30 list for art and style. [Forbes]
  • L'Wren Scott will present her Fall 2013 collection during London Fashion Week. [Fashion Etc]
  • Instagram's new terms of service has sparked a negative response from fashion folk such as Nina Garcia, Coco Rocha, and Christian Siriano. []
  • Karlie Kloss, Lily Donaldson, Lindsey Wixon, and Milla Jovovich have contributed some of their favorite recipes to a new cookbook, Model Kitchen. [Telegraph]
  • House of Holland's new iPhone app lets users virtually animate the brand's signature pompom. [House of Holland Blog]
  • Dazed & Confused casting director Noah Shelly says humor is the secret to a successful fashion week: "If you can't laugh during fashion week, good luck and God bless." [AnotherMag]
  • Girls star Lena Dunham has been named Time's coolest person of the year. [Time]
  • Badgley Mischka has launched ecommerce. [WWD]
  • As a part of Selfridges "No Noise" campaign, the department store will debut a silent shopping area in which shoppers will be asked to leave their phones — and shoes — at the door. [Vogue UK]
  • Daisy Lowe shines in H&M's party collection. [H&M YouTube]
  • Prabal Gurung says his Pre-Fall collection represents the intersection of a recent trip to Nepal with distant memories of the 1996 film William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. [Prabal Gurung Facebook]
  • A selection of personal items once belonging to Greta Garbo fetched $1.6 million at auction. [Daily Mail]
  • Hilary Rhoda, Leandra Medine, and Brian Boy join Rebecca Minkoff in a raucous rendition of Mariah Carey's classic: "All I Want For Christmas Is You." [YouTube] Photo: Model Kitchen by Cesare Casier
  • All the news fit to print here, in our daily roundup.
  • Revealed: exactly one image from Longchamp's Spring 2013 advertising campaign, starring Coco Rocha. [Instagram User CocoRocha]
  • Do logos really help to sell a product? Selfridges has tapped a series of brands to shed their usual labels as a part of the store's "No Noise" campaign. [Telegraph]
  • Move over, Anna Wintour: Graydon Carter of Vanity Fair wouldn't mind being ambassador to . . . Antigua. [WWD]
  • Rachel Zoe's clothing line will no longer be carried in Saks Fifth Avenue stores, adding fuel to rumors that the collection might be on the decline. [BuzzFeed]
  • L'Wren Scott's first fragrance launched today exclusively in Barneys New York stores and online. [InStyle]
  • Leigh Lezark's subconscious mind might inspire her next hairstyle. [Elle]
  • Burberry Prorsum reflected on a stylish year with a spirited video scored by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. [Elle UK] Photo: Instagram User CocoRocha
  • Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • Overall, Maison Martin Margiela's collection for H&M drew smaller crowds than expected in both the US and Europe. [WWD]
    • Karolina Kurkova's latest advice for young models: get on Twitter. "It's important to use Twitter and social media now," she said. "It is no longer enough to just look beautiful and be in shape. You need to be interesting." [The Telegraph]
    • A collection of designer Pudsey Bears, featuring some of the last work by Nicholas Ghesquiere for Balenciaga, sold for over £150,000 (or $238,000) at a Christie's auction. [Vogue UK]
    • Karl Lagerfeld has shot a photo exhibition for Rolls-Royce. The showcase, titled, "A Different View," will only be on view at the Rolls-Royce headquarters in Goodwood, England, to an exclusive group for five days. [The Cut]
    • Joe Zee is lending his eye to Vente-Privee. [Racked]
    • Giorgio Armani has announced that after 22 years based at 114 Fifth Ave., he will move his North American headquarters to the Meatpacking District next year. [WWD]
    • Ralph Lauren has launched an ecommerce site that offers a curated selection of vintage pieces that match the brand's signature aesthetic. [InStyle]
    • Bruce Weber has collaborated with Selfridges to create a holiday film short titled A New-Fashioned Christmas. [Nowness]
    Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • The company that owns Valentino is selling the Italian fashion house, and the royal family of Qatar is rumored to be the frontrunner in the bidding war. Not true, says Valentino CEO Stefano Sassi. "As previously stated, Valentino has seen increasing interest from a number of potential buyers." [Elle UK]
    • Sophie Theallet won the US division of the International Woolmark Prize, which honors emerging talent in fashion design. The prize money totals $100,000, and Theallet could win another $100,000 when she competes with other regional winners from around the world in February. [The Cut]
    • Chloe Moretz has been named the newest brand ambassador for Aéropostale. [Styleite]
    • Paper editorial director Mickey Boardman says that if he were a rapper, then his name would be Chunky D. [Fashionista]
    • Lulu Kennedy may have helped start the careers of Gareth Pugh, Roksanda Ilincic, and Jonathan Saunders through her Fashion East initiative, but she would like to clarify that she's not a genie. "I can't grant them wishes," she says of the designers she works with. "They make things happen. They've got to put the work in." [The Guardian]
    • Karl Lagerfeld's masstige line Karl will be available at Selfridges by the end of the month. [Vogue UK]
    • The Museum at FIT has relaunched its online platform, the Museum at FIT Online Collections, which allows users to digitally view some 600 pieces in the museum's possession. [UnBeige]
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