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  • Tyra Banks has put her stamp on quite a few television projects — a talk show, a reality show — so it's no surprise that the supermodel now has a sitcom in the works. The ABC-produced show will be titled Fivehead and is inspired by the supermodel's awkward high school years. [Deadline]
  • In other media mogul news, Terry Richardson and Ann Caruso have given Oprah Winfrey the high-fashion treatment. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • But the high-fashion treatment doesn't always work for everyone. Apparently consumers in the UK do not like it when hot supermodels turn up in one of their favorite mall store catalogs — even if the supermodel in question is Helena Christensen. [Huffington Post]
  • Speaking of complaints, Tory Burch will appear on Rock Center with Brian Williams this Thursday to discuss the lawsuit her ex-husband Chris Burch recently filed against her. Joanna Coles will also be there, to offer support. [The Cut]
  • And isn't it nice when people support one another? Especially designers. For example, Derek Lam says he loves what Joseph Altuzarra has been up to: "His work is really exciting." [Grazia UK]
  • Also exciting, but in a different way. The much-anticipated Chanel No.5 ad starring Brad Pitt has finally arrived. [YouTube]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • After seasons of working with MAC Cosmetics, Alexander Wang will partner with Nars on his Spring 2013 show during New York Fashion Week. []
  • For its debut ad campaign, accessories line Pour La Victoire enlisted Terry Richardson to photograph model Jessica Hart at a club in New York City. [WWD]
  • Just like her ready-to-wear, Stella McCartney's Olympic uniforms for Team Great Britain are the subject of envy and desire. "Everyone in the Olympic Village wants to trade with us," said gold medalist rower Pete Reed. "Lots of other nations look so plain and flat. Our kit is really something to be proud of." [Vogue UK]
  • ICB — the brand revived by Prabal Gurung — will debut its first American ad campaign in the September issue of Vogue. [The Cut]
  • Love Magazine partnered with artist Yayoi Kusama (who herself recently partnered with Louis Vuitton) on an iPad app that allows users to employ Kusama's favorite decoration: the dot. [Refinery29]
  • Heidi Klum has reprised her role as the face of Jordache Jeans. She first partnered with the brand in 2007 and designed a capsule collection for it in 2008. [Styleite]
Photo: Gisele Bundchen does her makeup backstage before Alexander Wang's Fall 2012 show.
Those stories in our daily news roundup.
  • Terry Richardson stepped in front of his own camera in a new ad for jeweler David Webb. Richardson stars in the ad with model Eniko Mihalik. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Isaac Mizrahi will make his first foray into the fragrance business with his new scent Fabulous. [WWD]
  • Nine West's Runway Relief Program — which raises money for the CFDA's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer charity — will add new garments to its lineup this Fashion Week, including sunglasses, a drawstring backpack, and a newsboy cap. [
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has landed a film role. On Tuesday, her publicist confirmed the rumors that the model-turned-actress will star in Mad Max: Fury Road alongside Charlize Theron and Abbey Lee Kershaw. [Vogue UK]
  • Model David Gandy doesn't get along with his colleague Gisele Bundchen, recently named the world's highest-paid model. "We don't see eye to eye, we argue, and we don't enjoy working with each other," he said. [The Daily Mail]
  • Meanwhile, Bundchen (above) is keeping busy wearing Terry Richardson's glasses. [Terry's Diary]
  • Tory Burch unveiled a redesign of its blog and made an iPad and iPhone app called Tory Daily available for download Tuesday. Both releases are part of a strategy to integrate the brand's lifestyle content and ecommerce. [WWD]
  • The hard plastic shoes models wore during Chanel's Resort 2013 collection at Versailles weren't all that comfortable. Meghan Collison, who walked in the show, said the shoes "destroyed the back of my feet. I was bleeding afterward." [The Cut]
  • Speaking of uncomfortable shoes, Adidas has decided not to send a pair of its Jeremy Scott sneakers to production after Internet commenters vilified them as racist. [Styleite]
  • A judge threw out Louis Vuitton's lawsuit against Warner Bros. for using fake Vuitton products in the movie The Hangover Part II, calling Vuitton's case "not plausible" or "particularly compelling." [Fashionista]
  • W Magazine has launched a digital photography network to showcase street-style photography from contributors like Candice Lake and Craig Arend, who can upload up to 100 original images every day. A Pinterest icon will allow readers to share the images with others. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Florence Welch says Kate Moss gave her some vital advice about how to deal with paparazzi photography. "Like Kate Moss said: 'Never explain, never complain.'" [Vogue UK]
  • Royal Ascot has a team of purple-clad dress code assistants (read: fashion police) helping to enforce the horse race's strict style rules. The assistants will hand out free neckties, fascinators, and shawls to wayward attendees. [The Huffington Post]
Photo: Gisele Bundchen, photographed by Terry Richardson.
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