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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]
All the news bits fit to print here, in our daily roundup.
  • Cara Delevingne graces the cover of Style.com's Spring 2013 issue, which hits newsstands Nov. 5. [Fashion Etc.]
  • Singer Rita Ora has replaced Alexa Chung as the face of Superga and will appear in the brand's Spring 2013 campaign. [MTV Style]
  • Speaking of campaigns, Olivia Thirlby will star in the ads for Prabal Gurung's upcoming collaboration with Target. Thirlby was spotted shooting the campaign with the designer in New York this weekend. [Fashionista]
  • Proof that body art can be chic: Dior has released a set of temporary tattoos made from 24-karat gold priced at $120. [Fashion Indie]
  • So, what did Donna Karan and Valerie Steele discuss at this weekend's Designers & Books Fair at FIT? Life and death, of course. [The Cut]
  • Vivienne Westwood showed her support for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by paying him a visit in London. On Nov. 3, Westwood will take her support one step further when she starts selling t-shirts online to support WikiLeaks' work. [WWD]
  • Suzy Menkes says wool is making a comeback. [The New York Times]
  • H&M has been accused of underpaying its workers in Cambodia. [The Daily Telegraph]
Those stories and more here in our daily news roundup.
  • Donna Karan will memorialize her late husband, Stephan Weiss, with a book titled Stephan Weiss: Connecting the Dots, Portrait of a Man. The Assouline title will be on shelves this Fall and will focus on his artwork and how he supported Karan's career. "Behind every great woman is a greater man, and Stephan was mine," Karan said. [WWD]
  • Henry Holland has teamed up with Superga on a line of shoes decorated in his signature prints, leopard, and pastel colors. "Superga is a really great brand with great technical knowledge, manufacturing and distribution, so this project really makes sense for me," he said. [Dazed Digital]
  • Gisele Bundchen, who covered Vogue Paris's June 2012 issue, is featured in a beachy editorial lensed by Inez Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Emmanuelle Alt styled the spread, titled Perfect Girl. [Design Scene]
  • Calvin Klein's ex-boyfriend Nick Gruber has completed his stay in rehab and wrote on Facebook that he's a changed man. "I am a different person. I don't want to go back to my old self," he wrote. "No more partying. Time to be a grown adult." [The Huffington Post]
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