Jezebel news there are so many new signings in brands that we are better on parts:

  • Karlie Kloss opens as the image of Lancaster Paris in the new campaign. [More on NY Daily News].
  • Erykah Badu is the new face of Givenchy for your next campaign spring-summer 2014. [More on Style].

  • Kristen Stewart will be the new face of Chanel Metiers d’art collection for Paris-Dallas 2013 / 2014. Balenciaga to Chanel. The first image in public was disastrous.
  • Paco Rabanne tab to Anouck Duranteau-Loeper, the Director of Celine accessories. The signing with Phoebe Philo has achieved great success in this field where Duranteau-Loeper has been since 2009. A new signing to Rabanne which joins Julien Dossena (former Balenciaga) as creative director.
  • There are rumors about a possible sale brand Giuseppe Zanotti. [More on Bloomberg].
  • Inditex returns to overcome with the data of the first nine months of its fiscal year of 2013: 1,674 million euros from benefit (1% more) and 11.925 billion euros in sales, 5%.
  • Mango presented its new line violet thought up to size 52 looking for new patterns of complementary to their main line. January 15 you can reach online store and 17th of this month at selected stores.
  • Moda Operandi It has raised $ 20 million more in order to continue expanding its business. Among other investors see LVMH and Condé Nast. Moda Operandi plans to improve its inventory, technology used, online trading and relaunch your shop. [More on WWD]
  • H & M presents the new face of its “sustainable fashion” with H & M Conscious Collection and Conscious Exclusive together Ever manifest (Carlota Casiraghi, Elizabeth von Guttman and Alexia Niedzielski) and Amber Valletta. Will reach stores next April 10.
  • Of it girl image of signatures. Miroslava Duma opens in Roger Vivier with a large photograph.
  • John Galliano and Oscar de la Renta are still talking actively each week. Future work may be in the air. While Galliano is designing the costumes for the work of Stephen Fry ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. [More on WWD].