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Industry Report: Victoria Beckham’s Handbags Sell Out And Chanel Polishes To Come

  • Did you know Victoria Beckham has a handbag collection in addition to her fashion empire? Sorry—even if you want one, they’re gonna be hard to get. The styles have already sold out on Net-A-Porter. [Catwalk Queen]
  • Catch up on your fashion industry news from this past year. Fashionista has the top 10 media stories of 2010. [Fashionista]
  • Chanel nail polish addicts should be sure to check out this sneak peek of the new spring colors—a pearly yellow and shimmery peacock! [StyleBistro]
  • Shopbop is coupling up with Sephora to create limited edition makeup palettes. [WWD]

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Industry Report: Gaga’s Second MAC Campaign And Blogger Salaries

  • Lady Gaga will return for a second run as the face of MAC’s Viva Glam campaign. [WWD]
  • Blogger Susanna Lau of Style Bubble tells the New York Times she doesn’t make a lot of money. [New York Times]

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Industry Report: Oscar Goes To Tumblr Town And Cyber Monday’s A Success

  • Fan of Oscar de la Renta’s PR Girl Twitter? She’s now headed to Tumblr, so check it out! [Oscarprgirl.tumblr.com]
  • For those who hypothesized that Black Friday/Cyber Monday doesn’t really exist or is a gimmick, check this: Cyber Monday 2011 saw $1 billion in sales, the highest online sales record. Ever. [CNET]
  • Diddy‘s latest album, Last Train to Paris, features vocal contributions from Anna Wintour and Marc Jacobs. Weird? Maybe? [Style Bistro]
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Industry Report: Giorgio Calling And Middleton Rings Again

  • Giorgio Armani has lent a hand in stylizing the new Samsung Smartphone. [Racked]
  • The commercialization of the Middleton/Princess Di ring continues: QVC has announced they will be making a replica that will retail for $39.54. [WWD]

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Industry Report: Kenzo Celebrates 40 Years And Marc Digs Up The Past

  • Happy 40th birthday to Kenzo! Check out the evolution of the brand in this neat slideshow. [Telegraph]
  • Looks like returning to the oldies is a full-on trend: Marc by Marc Jacobs will re-issue designs from the past for its 10-year anniversary. [Blackbook]
  • Anna Sui wrote a book! Read this inspiring excerpt. [Wall Street Journal]

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Industry Report: De La Renta Shops For Your Wedding Gown, The Row Shops For Shoes

  • Apparently if you book your wedding at the Puntacana Resort & Club, you get the added benefit of having Oscar de la Renta choose your wedding dress. Is this for reals? And how much do you have to cough up? [Racked]
  • Have you heard? Mary-Kate and Ashley are adding shoes and bags to The Row … which you probably won’t be able to afford. [People StyleWatch]
  • Want some more insider details on the Lanvin/H&M collab? Check out this New York Times interview with Alber Elbaz. [New York Times]
  • Are we sensing a retail trend with bringing back past collections? Target‘s doing it and now so is Marni. This is like easier eBay (oh wait, except more expensive). [Style]

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Industry Report: Ally Hilfiger, Coming To A Store Near You

  • It’s about time: Ally Hilfiger is following in the footsteps of dad Tommy by launching a fashion line. The collection will be a study on the shirtdress “of different fabrics, lengths and cuts,” says Ally. [WWD]
  • Well, apparently Vogue endorses Uggs. The mag hosted a party for the Australian brand for its new store opening. [Guest of a Guest]
  • Scarlett Johansson continues to do her thing for Mango. [Telegraph]
  • Uh, what? So JWoww‘s clothing line is happening? The “Jersey Shore” star tweeted that she’s finishing up t-shirt designs, and will also be making purses. [Twitter]
  • Club Monaco is launching a blog. But wait—still no e-commerce of their own? [WWD]

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Industry Report: Kelly Osbourne To Start A Clothing Line, J-Woww To End Hers

  • Kelly Osbourne is launching a fashion collection. Guesses as to the theme/style? [Stylebistro]
  • Tokyo Fashion Week has got wicked style. Check out pics and looks by designers whose names you probably can’t pronounce. [WWD]
  • In other celeb clothing news: As it turns out, JWoww‘s “Filthy Couture” line won’t be happening. You can now exhale and go on with life peacefully. [NYDN]

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Industry Report: Alexander Wang And Nike Collab A No-Go

  • That Alexander Wang/Nike rumor? Not so true. They were in talks, but the deal never happened. Bummer. Guess if you still want Alex Wang sweats, you’re going to have to pay runway prices. [The Cut]
  • While one New York Times writer admitted earlier this week that the designer collabs and Zaras of the world make her shopping crazed, attendees of the World Apparel Convention in Hong Kong worried that “fast fashion” is killing fashion. [Just Style]
  • Ruh-roh. How did an Yves Saint Laurent belt make it into a Chloé ad? [Fashionista]

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Industry Report: Karl’s Rumored Chanel Departure (Again), DVF’s Makeup, And Prada’s Poor

  • Diane von Furstenberg just announced that she’ll be launching a new fragrance, cosmetics, and skin care line this year. We predict punchy colors will reign. [Elle UK]
  • Rumor has it (again) that Karl Lagerfeld will retire from Chanel in 2012 and that he’ll “stage a massive, never-before-seen, no-expense-spared farewell.” [Fashionologie]
  • Prada is apparently $1.4 billion in debt! (Didn’t see that one coming.) Some think the company might start selling public shares. [Styleite]

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