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Fashion News: Steve Jobs, design innovator; Paris Fashion Week

http://www.latimes.com/business/steve-jobs/
Technology pioneer Steve Jobs has died, and his contributions to the world span far beyond just tech. His innovative design sensibility seen in products like the iPad and iPod are something that not only changed the way we work and play, but as far as fashion is concerned, how we think about the aesthetics of our gadgets. [Los Angeles Times] Hailee Steinfeld Miu Miu

Paris Fashion Week has drawn to a close, and what could be more chic than a party in the City of Lights attended by Lou Doillon and her model/muse/mom Jane Birkin? Designers disclosed what they would be doing now that the frenzy of fashion week is over; Yohji Yamamoto will paint and Haider Ackerman plans to get lost in nature. [WWD]

Racking your brain for Halloween costume ideas? Maybe  "Hunger Games" character Katniss Everdeen would be an easy enough one to execute. Seems like all you'd need is hair wax, a hoodie and some feather quivers. [Bella Sugar]

Pop star Katy Perry is getting ready to launch her second fragrance barely a year after the debut of her first scent,  Purr. [People Style Watch]

Hailee Steinfeld has apparently been bitten by the fashion bug. The actress and current face of Miu Miu showed up to the label's spring 2012 show in an adorable orange and nude frock and said that she might consider starting to blog a la her 15-year old peer, Tavi. [Fashionista]

-- Melissa Magsaysay

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Photos: Top, Steve Jobs (John G. Mabanglo / AFP/Getty Images); right, Hailee Steinfeld at the Miu Miu spring/summer 2012 show (Getty)

 
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