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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Sell it like Beckham -- or Katy Perry -- for Adidas

Japanese Fashion Week, which was to take place next week, has been cancelled. For obvious reasons. [WWD] (suscription required)

Adavid On Wednesday, Adidas will launch the biggest marketing campaign in its history: a TV and movie theater commercial featuring a range of celebrities from sports, fashion and entertainment. They include soccer great David Beckham (of our own Galaxy), NBA star Derrick Rose and pop singer Katy Perry. [WWD]

Meanwhile, Beckham and wife, former-Spice-Girl-now-designer Victoria, announced their new child will be a girl ... joining three brothers. [People]

Emmanuelle Alt's first Vogue Paris cover features Giselle Bundchen looking beautifully Giselle-y. The only catch? The Dolce & Gabbana dress she's wearing has showed up on Spanish and German Vogue this season, too. [Telegraph] 

Supermodel Naomi Campbell, in conjunction with London shopping center Westfield, is opening a pop-up shop that will sell outfits from her Fashion for Relief shows and will include a Vivienne Westwood evening dress once worn by Campbell herself, along with a Tom Ford suit worn by comedian David Walliams. Profits will go to the Prince's Trust, benefitting 14-to-30-year-olds who need help to turn their lives around. [Telegraph]

Vineyard Vines, a brand that has been somewhat nautical, is creating a Kentucky Derby collection. [WWD]

The Phoenix Art Museum has acquired a couture collection once owned by Ann Bonfoey Taylor, who died in 2007 at age 96 and who spent a lifetime amassing Balenciaga, Charles James, Madame Grès and Givenchy, among others. About 200 pieces, including 60 ensembles, will be on display during the exhibit Fashion Independent, which runs through May 29. The bulk of the pieces date from the '50s to the '70s. [WWD]

Jenny from the block (JLo, of course) adds Spain-based jewelry label Tous to her growing endorsement roster. [StyleList]

Johnny Depp has been named the Hat Person of the Year by the Headwear Assn., whose mission is "to promote hat wearing and the headwear industry throughout the world and foster goodwill and fellowship among those engaged in the headwear industry." My only question: Have they met our hat-wearing scribe Adam Tschorn? [Cut]

I admit it: I am completely fascinated by Vogue creative director Grace Coddington. Even before she upstaged Anna Wintour in "The September Issue," her breathtaking work made us know she was a force among forces. She talks about what's inspiring her right now -- the structured menswear silhouettes at Dries Van Noten, punk-tinged touches at Balenciaga, the colorful looks at Miu Miu and Prada. [Vogue] 

-- Susan Denley

Photo: The Galaxy's David Beckham is among celebrities in Adidas' new ad campaign. Credit: Kent Horner / Getty Images 

 
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