Your morning fashion and beauty report: Amanda Seyfried strikes a deal. So does Rumer Willis. And Stella McCartney launches an iPad app.
It seems you can't be a young actress today without some fashion or beauty deals on the side. One of the newest arrangements: Amanda Seyfried will be the new face of Cle de Peau skin-care products. [WWD] (Subscription required.)
And Rumer Willis is going to star in Badgley Mischka's spring advertising campaign. [People StyleWatch]
Meanwhile, the somewhat more established Daisy Fuentes is adding a new scent, Mysterio, to her franchise, which will be available at Kohl's beginning in February. [WWD]
Designer Stella McCartney has launched an iPad app! Among other things, It allows users to see backstage footage of McCartney's latest spring/summer 2011 show and an exclusive performance by Pharrell Williams and N*E*R*D at the after party. The app also features the label's latest news and updates and something called Stella's Diary -- a collage of Polaroid pictures of the designer's spring 2011 collection, taken by artist Jeremy Kost. [Vogue UK]
French Vogue editor in chief Carine Roitfeld is leaving after 10 years at the magazine's helm. [Telegraph]
How often can you wear lamé -- or even want to wear lamé? Right about now is the time, what with holiday festivities plus New Year's Eve parties on the horizon. Club Monaco has a casually elegant shirt dress made from the shimmery fabric. FabSugar shows this and a gallery of other pieces that could add a little dazzle to any festive event.
Everlast, the fitness-wear brand, has signed deals that will make its apparel and shoes available only at Sears and Kmart starting next year. [WWD] (Subscription required.)
Loro Piana, whose name is synonymous with fine cashmere, is developing a new yarn made from the lotus flower. [WWD] (Subscription required.)
-- Susan Denley
Photo: Amanda Seyfried. Credit: Mark Ralston / AFP/Getty Images