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Fashion News: Justin Bieber attracts attention in Tokyo

July 10, 2012 |  8:36 am

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Justin Bieber arrived at Narita International Airport outside Tokyo on Monday, in town for some promotional appearances. He looks like he was certainly, um, comfortable on the plane ride. But my question: Is he an haute mess or a hot mess? [The Cut]

Colin Firth's wife, Livia, has been ardent about wearing sustainable fashion on red carpets the world over, launching the Green Carpet Challenge to encourage celebrities to do the same. Now she's launching a capsule collection of her own, Livia Firth Designs. The inaugural collection has just five pieces, and she plans to add a maximum of four each season. [Telegraph] 

 Sophie Theallet is the U.S. regional winner of the International Woolmark Prize, which goes to emerging designers for their interpretations of Merino wool. The prize comes with $100,000 and the chance to compete for another $100,000 in global competition. [WWD] (Subscription required.) 

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is unhappy with model Alessandra Ambrosio, who dyed her little white dog pink and purple. [NYDN]

A representative for Jessica Simpson says reports that she plans to design a wedding gown collection were incorrect. (Or at least premature.) [The Cut]

Neiman Marcus and Target are teaming up for the holidays on a collection to be created by 24 fashion labels including Diane von Furstenburg, Rag & Bone, Jason Wu, Tom Ford, Rodarte and Skaist-Levy. The clothes will be available at the luxury retailer and the big box discounter. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been named Aeropostale's first brand ambassador. [WWD] (Subscription required.) 

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Photo: Justin Bieber arriving at Narita international Airport outside Tokyo on Monday. Credit: Kazuhiro Nogikazuhiro /AFP/GettyImages

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