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Fashion News: Gwyneth Paltrow featured on Harper's Bazaar cover

Harper's Bazaar's redesign debuts with the March issue, which features Gwyneth Paltrow on two different covers shot by Terry Richardson

Harper's Bazaar's redesign debuts with the March issue, which features Gwyneth Paltrow on two different covers shot by Terry Richardson -- one for newsstands, which shows her in an Yves Saint Laurent jumpsuit, and one, above, for home subscribers, which shows her in an Anthony Vaccarello gown, hidden behind lots of hair. The magazine goes on sale Feb. 14. [Harper's Bazaar] [WWD]

Jonathan Saunders has won the British Fashion Council/Vogue Fashion Fund award, which gives an up-and-coming designer a cash award and mentoring. [British Vogue]

A new Facebook page, "What's Your Nude?," is determined to build support for lobbying bra manufacturers to come up with "nude" bras in actual flesh tones -- brown, for instance. Because nude is definitely not just that peachy/buff tone that is the only option right now. And bras are just a first step in the campaign to match women's real skin tones.  [Fashionista]

TOMS is famous for its buy-a-pair, donate-a-pair shoe business. But the styles have been pretty limited. That's why there is rejoicing that TOMS just added ballet flats to the mix. [Racked] 

Our Patt Morrison -- Los Angeles' reigning hat lady -- shares her thoughts on the Duchess of Cambridge being named Hat Person of the Year. Morrison demands a recount. [Los Angeles Times]

Ann Taylor, which has been struggling and suffered a weak fourth quarter, replaced President Christine Beauchamp with Brian Lynch. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

The Council of Fashion Designers of America is partnering with shopping site OpenSky to sell accessories collections from a rotating list of designers. First up will be merchandise from Diane von Furstenberg, House of Waris, Selima Optique and Fallon. [WWD]

A former Harper's Bazaar intern is suing parent-company Hearst Magazines (which also owns Cosmopolitan, Seventeen and Good Housekeeping), saying she wasn't paid even though she worked there full-time. Unpaid internships have been a controversial practice in some parts of the publishing industry. [NYT] 

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-- Susan Denley

Photo: Gwyneth Paltrow on the cover of the March Harper's Bazaar that will go to subscribers. Credit: Terry Richardson / Harper's Bazaar

 
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