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  • Matthew Williamson has teamed with heritage brand Ballantyne on a knitwear capsule for both men and women. [Vogue UK]
  • Angela Missoni left her label's Fall 2013 men's show early to avoid the barrage of reporters waiting to ask about her brother's disappearance. [On the Runway]
  • Fred Perry is celebrating its 60th anniversary by inviting 60 personalities — from designers like Raf Simons to publications like i-D Magazine — to create unique takes on Perry's iconic polo shirt. []
  • Even from an early age, Wren's Melissa Coker found inspiration in '60s style. [Fashionista]
  • Speaking of retro fashion, Cameron Silver of Decades believes that buying vintage hones a collector's eye: "I love the idea that someone might be wearing something that is sixty years old and still look totally current," he said. "True vintage fans generally understand this and even learn to buy modern clothing much more intelligently." [AnotherMag]
  • Swatch has acquired Harry Winston for $750 million. [WWD]
  • Net-a-Porter's sales have risen 55 percent since last year. [Telegraph]
  • Alexander Wang is mentioned in Justin Timberlake's new single, "Suit & Tie." [YouTube]
These stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Alexa Chung will style three lucky women in a photo shoot for Maje. The pictures will be unveiled online and in Maje stores during Paris Fashion Week in February. [Telegraph]
  • J.W. Anderson and Simone Rocha have won the British Fashion Council's NewGen sponsorship. The grant will help fund the designers' runway shows at London Fashion Week in February. [WWD]
  • A new world record for the longest catwalk has been set in Hong Kong. [Vogue UK]
  • Zac Posen and his posse of Spring 2013 supermodels will appear on The Face. Will we finally get to the bottom of the infamous Fashion Week slapping scandal? [Oxygen]
  • No Doubt and Fred Perry have collaborated on a three-piece capsule collection. The polo shirt, sweater, and bomber jacket hit stores and online soon. [Grazia Daily]
  • Comme des Garcon's iPad app, Moving Six, may be the chicest addition to the Apple Store yet. [Details]
  • New Yorkers, set your alarms. The Diane von Furstenberg sample sale starts tomorrow at 9 a.m. [Racked]
  • Discover the answer to the question that rendered InStyle Style Director Samira Nasr speechless, tomorrow. [StyleCore Facebook]
  • Those stories and more, right here, in our daily news roundup.
    • Michael Kors opened a store in Spain's capital last week, saying, "Madrid is a fantastic city, and I'm so glad to be a part of it." Take a look at the video of his store-opening party (above). [Fashionologie Inbox]
    • Raf Simons isn't just working on his first collection for Dior. He's also signed on to revive his collaboration with Fred Perry. His new clothes for the golf brand will hit stores with Spring 2013 deliveries. His last stint with Perry lasted from 2008 to 2011. [Styleite]
    • Purple Magazine's website recently debuted a redesign, and with it came an ecommerce component. Readers can now purchase products directly from the editorials featured on the site. [WWD]
    • Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates 60 years on the British throne this year, has worn some truly chic hats in her time: fascinators, cloche hats, and yes, even turbans. [Vanity Fair]
    • Chioma Nnadi, fashion writer at Vogue, says Anna Wintour didn't mind that she was a little dressed-down for her job interview. "They called me and said can you come in this afternoon, and it was a Friday and I was wearing jeans. And I said, 'Well I'm wearing jeans . . .' and they asked that I came in anyway." [Garance Doré]
    • A pregnant Sienna Miller was spotted out on the town in London with her fiancé, fellow actor Tom Sturridge, clad in a chic cream blazer with black lapels. [PopSugar]
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