Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
- Carine Roitfeld sometimes has inner mouth massages — to relax her face. [Fashionista]
- In an interview about her new book, The Truth About Style, Stacy London reveals her struggles with eating disorders, plans for a new jewelry collaboration with Sorrelli, and the title of her senior thesis at Vassar: "Nietzsche, Thomas Mann, and Hermann Broch, the Concept of Self and Its Relationships to the Creation of Character in Literature." [The Washington Post]
- First Lady Michelle Obama was the first person to wear a dress from Jason Wu's upcoming secondary line, Miss Wu. Mere mortals will have to wait until it hits stores in January 2013. [Mrs. O]
- "These are clothes to wear every day that don't cost the earth and make you feel great," says Savannah Miller of the first collection for her new line, Savannah. [Vogue UK]
- Talk about a girl on fire: Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover of the November issue of Vogue UK. [Racked]
Those stories and more in today's news roundup.
- Chloe Sevigny covers the September issue of XOXO magazine in a photograph taken by Casey Spooner. [Design Scene]
- A quick jaunt to British Vogue's new website reveals an updated design with a strong emphasis on large photos and text. "The redesigned site offers the user an experience which is closer to that of the print magazine, whilst continuing to capitalise on the timeliness, newsworthiness and excitement of the web," said the magazine's editor in chief Alexandra Shulman. [Vogue UK]
- Yves Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane is living the good life in Los Angeles. The designer occupies a "'60s Modern house in Beverly Hills and tools around town in a vintage 1980s black Rolls-Royce." [Vanity Fair]
- A $293 paper bag featured in Jil Sander's Fall 2012 men's collection not only made its way into stores, but it's also now completely sold out. [LN-CC]
- Anna Wintour reportedly approached Ann Romney for a profile in Vogue earlier this year, but the potential first lady declined the offer. [The New Republic]
- Reformation will open a sustainably designed flagship store in New York City's SoHo neighborhood on Sept. 5 to join its other shop on the Lower East Side. [Fashionologie Inbox]
- Style.com has finally asked the question the industry has been dying to get answered: "Is lesbian chic here to stay?" [The Cut]