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Fashion: Giles Deacon out at Ungaro. Kendall Jenner's runway debut.

September 16, 2011 |  8:18 am

Creative Director Giles Deacon is leaving Emanuel Ungaro after two seasons, becoming the sixth designer to leave the French fashion house in as many years. The others include Giambattista Valli, Vincent Darré, Peter Dundas, Esteban Cortazar and Estrella Archs, who worked alongside short-term artistic advisor Lindsay Lohan for one season. Deacon's departure was a mutual decision, Ungaro chief executive Jeffry M. Aronsson says. [Telegraph]

Former "Toddlers & Tiaras" star Eden Wood hit the runway at the Cicciabella children's fashion show  on Thursday, making her New York Fashion Week debut. Did we mention that she's 6? [People]

Kendall Jenner 
Oh, and Kardashian sibling Kendall Jenner made her runway debut, too, walking for dress designer Sherri Hill on Wednesday, just two days after younger sister Kylie Jenner modeled in Avril Levigne's Abby Dawn show. [People] 

As New York Fashion Week ends, London Fashion Week is revving up, starting with some celebrity spiked parties. Rimmel threw one in honor of its 10-year association with Kate Moss (who has a new lipstick line coming out for the brand). Guests included Solange Knowles and Georgia May Jagger. [WWD]

Los Angeles-based  Romeo & Juliet Couture is partnering with Warner Bros. on a "Gossip Girl" collection. It's about time someone did, with all the attention given to the style of the show's stars. [WWD]

Gap, which has been struggling for awhile now and which let chief designer Patrick Robinson go this spring, is working on a new prototype store, trying to improve customer service and will hire a replacement for Robinson "soon." [WWD] (Subscription required.)

If you love to knit, you might want to mark Sept. 23-25 on your calendar and head for L.A. for Vogue Knitting Live, a kind of convention for knitters. It'll have classes, yarn vendors and "celebrity knitters," such as "Inside Edition's" Deborah Norville. [PopSugar LA] 

An exhibition featuring photos Irving Penn shot of designer Issey Miyake's fashion opened Friday in Tokyo. "Irving Penn and Issey Miyake: Visual Dialogue" is scheduled to run through April 8. [WWD]

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--Susan Denley

Photo: Kendall Jenner, younger sister of those Kardashian girls, walks Sherri Hill's runway at New York Fashion Week. Credit: Jeff Schear / Getty Images

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