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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Emanuel Ungaro news. Who is the American woman? The richest people in fashion.

April 26, 2010 |  9:10 am

Lots of Emanuel Ungaro news: Giles Deacon tells British Vogue that he's not Ungaro's new creative director, but Jason Campbell's JC Report Tweets that the designer is in. Oh, and the fashion house is out a menswear designer. [Vogue UK, JC Report and WWD, subscription required]

Vogue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art pay tribute to the American woman. But, who is she? [Financial Times]

That's a lot of rompers and ironic T-shirts: Urban Outfitters' chief executive made $29.9 million in 2009. [Fashionista]

Still, Topshop's Sir Philip Green and his wife are the richest people in fashion. [Sunday Times]

Matthew Williamson + pink grapefruit Belvedere Vodka = limited edition "vibrant pink" kaftan. [WWD]

Avon + Carlos Falchi = Mark Rio Beauty & Fashion Collection. [StyleList]

YSL, Donna Karan and Prada are just some of the fashion houses embracing video. [WSJ]

Stefano Gabbana tweets that Madonna is the Dolce & Gabbana campaign girl again. [Vogue UK]

Rumors swirl that Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone are kaput. [N.Y. Post]

Kylie Minogue's Elle UK cover is a bit out of focus. [The Frisky]

Rebecca Taylor is doing legwear. [WWD, subscription required]

Model Ashley Graham, star of supposedly banned Lane Bryant lingerie commercial, calls Fox and ABC prejudiced. [Huffington Post]

Aesthetician Alexandra Wagner opens new skin care clinic in Venice. [DailyCandy]

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Photo: From left, Tina Green, Sir Philip Green and Chloe Green. Credit: Ian Gavan / Getty Images for Burberry