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Fashion News: Camila Alves is new face of Macy's I.N.C.

July 2, 2012 |  8:28 am

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Camila Alves (a.k.a. Mrs. Matthew McConaughey) will be starring in Macy's I.N.C. International Concepts ads this fall. [The Cut]

The Paris men's ready to wear shows last week yielded luxurious fabrics and athletic influences that added up to polished sportswear in the collections for spring 2013. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

The Paris couture shows started, leading us to wonder -- with the European and American economies in bad shape, who is buying couture? The fashion houses aren't worried: They're looking to Asia. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Prada Chief Executive Patrizio Bertelli, who is also head of the Italian racing syndicate the Luna Rossa Challenge, was inducted into the Herreshoff Marine Museum's America's Cup Hall of Fame at a gala dinner in Newport,  R.I., on Saturday, according to a news release.

Taylor Swift plans to introduce a second fragrance, Wonderstruck Enchanted, in September. [The Cut]

Banana Republic plans a capsule collection in October pegged to the new film "Anna Karenina," scheduled to be released in theaters in November. The collection is designed by the film's costume designer Jacqueline Durran. [Racked]

Kate Moss' 9-year-old daughter was flower girl at the weekend wedding of Jade Jagger (daughter of Mick and Bianca) to DJ Adrian Fillery. The fashion world was well represented with Moss, model Georgia May Jagger and Christian Louboutin among the attendees. [Styleite]

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---Susan Denley

Photo: Actor Matthew McConaughey and model Camila Alves at the "Mud" premiere during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 26 in Cannes, France. Credit: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images

 

 

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