All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
Valentino Garavani certainly knows how to throw a party. The designer's New Year's Eve bash in the Swiss Alps attracted the likes of Madonna, Anne Hathaway — and the police. [Page Six]
Gucci tapped Japanese manga artist Hirohiko Araki for a series of window illustrations inspired by the label's Resort 2013 collection. [Telegraph]
CFDA CEO Steven Kolb says he looks for humility in a designer: "I like people that, as they get more and more success, they stay grounded," he said. "They're still that same person that they were when they were just starting." [The Cut]
Gap Inc. has acquired Intermix for $130 million. [WWD]
Carven's collaboration with Petit Bateau is now available online. [Petit Bateau]
If you're still thinking about getting something from the Target + Neiman Marcus collaboration, now's your chance — the entire collection is now 70 percent off. [The Shophound]
Tiffany & Co. has renewed its contract with Elsa Peretti for 20 more years. [Telegraph]
Romeo Beckham stars alongside Cara Delevingne in Burberry's Spring 2013 campaign video. [Fashionologie Inbox]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
- Steven Kolb is officially off the market. The CFDA CEO married producer Jay Inkpen at New York's City Hall on Thursday. [Page Six]
- Going over the fiscal cliff could have an impact on what designers show during Fashion Week. [Fashionista]
- A New York court on Thursday issued a final order confirming that Christian Louboutin's lawsuit against Yves Saint Laurent is over. [WWD]
- Prices for Target and Neiman Marcus's holiday collaboration with the CFDA have been cut to 50 percent off. [HuffPost Style]
- J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler responded to a New York Times opinion piece calling the retailer's holiday shopping "mundane and problematic." [Styleite]