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Fashion News: Liv Tyler, Adele and Kate Upton get attention

February 14, 2012 |  8:44 am


Liv Tyler, who has been the celebrity face of Givenchy for several years, stars in a new music video promoting the house's Very Irresistible Givenchy Electric Rose  fragrance, set to go on sale in April. In the video above, Tyler sings INXS's "Need you Tonight." [Elle]

Vogue put its profile of Adele online Monday -- she's on the March cover, which is well-timed since the singer won six Grammys on Sunday. Among other things, Adele indicates she doesn't want to branch into acting and other arenas, to become a "brand," so to speak. She finds her main calling, singing, to be "exhausting." Oh, and by the way Karl Lagerfeld: Though you may think she is a bit fat, as you recently said, she looks amazingly sexy and beautiful on Vogue's cover.  [Vogue]

Kate Upton unveiled her cover for this year's annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue on Monday. (The swimsuit she's wearing is so tiny as to be almost irrelevant, though.) [PopSugar]

Rachel Zoe's clothing line is doing so well that executives for its parent company LF USA expect it to expand into 400 new retail outlets globally this year. [WWD]

Teen fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson -- who is appearing and singing in the animated short film "Cadaver" with Kathy Bates and Christopher Lloyd  -- performed Neil Young's "Heart of Gold" for an audience of bloggers and friends before a screening of the film Sunday night. [The Cut]

Designer Anna Sui is collaborating with Coach to create two new versions of Coach's Duffle Sac, to go on sale this fall. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

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Video credit: Givenchy