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  • Kate Moss raised over $300,000 for Comic Relief after reading an excerpt from Fifty Shades of Grey on the radio. [Telegraph]
  • "I tried to approach the bottle design as I would when I dress a beautiful woman," Alexis Mabille said of the bottle he specially created for Cointreau. [Elle]
  • Gucci has tapped Italian businessman Lapo Elkann to design a collection of made-to-measure clothing with creative director Frida Giannini. [Vogue UK]
  • Beyoncé is rumored to have asked Julien Macdonald to design the costumes for her upcoming Mrs. Carter tour. [Grazia UK]
  • Steven Alan has opened its first home boutique in New York City. [T Magazine]
  • Meanwhile, Thom Browne will debut his first flagship store outside of the US in Tokyo on Saturday. [WWD]
  • GQ has announced the best new menswear designers in America, who will design capsule collections for Gap this October. [GQ]
  • Leslie Fremar tops the list of Hollywood's 25 most powerful celebrity stylists, with Petra Flannery and Rachel Zoe following closely in spots two and three, respectively. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • John Malkovich has launched an exclusive collection of Summer clothing and accessories from his label Technobohemian. [Yoox]
  • Karl Lagerfeld never lets his professional guard down — even when he sleeps. [Harper's Bazaar]
All the news bits fit to print.
  • Could Victoria Beckham be pregnant with a fifth child? An insider says the designer declined to drink while celebrating the Spice Girls' performance at the Olympics this Summer, where she also talked "about having some strange food fads." [The Cut]
  • Former WWD reporter Amy Wicks is now the contributing fashion news editor for [@AmyWicks01]
  • Select photographs from Scott Schuman's new book, Closer, have been turned into posters and are on sale for $40 each. [The Sartorialist]
  • In related news, has started selling art in addition to the designer clothing, shoes, and accessories already available on its website. "The art world has evolved and buyers are keen to access art online — it's on their radar now," said the company's founder and CEO Federico Marchetti. []
  • Alexa Chung says the book she's working on will not be a style bible. "It's more like just imagery I find interesting and it's going to have a sense of humor," she explained. [Fashionista]
  • Vera Wang's bridal show is scheduled for Friday — but she won't be there. She'll travel to Cambridge, MA, to join her daughter Josephine for Parents' Weekend at Harvard. [WWD]
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