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Fashion News: Emma Stone relies on black and white for 'Spider-Man'

June 21, 2012 |  7:48 am

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Emma Stone has been globe-hopping on behalf of "The Amazing Spider-Man," which is due to open in theaters July 3. Since June 12, she's been to Moscow, South Korea and Tokyo, and just this week alone to premieres in (from left in photos) Berlin (in an Alexander Gn dress and Louboutins), Paris ( a gown by Gucci) and London (pantsuit by Elie Saab). Sticking to a palette of black and white seems to be working for her. [The Cut]

Jennifer Hudson is creating a 14-piece clothing collection for QVC that will be designed "for any body type," she says. The line is made up of easy silhouettes and earth tones, with the most expensive item, a coat, selling for $170. The collection will go on sale on QVC Sept. 10. [People]

New creative director Hedi Slimane plans to change Yves Saint Laurent's name to Saint Laurent Paris, starting this fall. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Narciso Rodriguez's fall collection for Kohl's was inspired by Istanbul and includes knits in beet purples and other intense hues, some with colorblocking. Pieces will sell for $30 to $150.  [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Joie just opened its first California boutique, on Melrose in Los Angeles. [Racked]

The showings of resort collections for 2013 are coming to a close, and WWD notes the following trends: dresses worn over pants, peplums, denim-on-denim, print jackets and safari looks. [WWD via Racked]

Daniel Vosovic, who became a fan favorite on Season 2 of "Project Runway," launched his own line in 2010 and was accepted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Fashion Incubator program, which helps designers build their businesses, talks to the Cut about why he's not showing at New York Fashion Week (it's too expensive), his goals (to create a vision) and what it's like to manage both the creative and business sides of his company. [The Cut]  

Jonas Akerlund's director's cut of his short film (read: commercial) for Dior's Addict fragrance, starring model Daphne Groeneveld, will have you wanting to head for the nearest European beach town. Enjoy!



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Photos: From left,  Emma Stone arrives for the German premiere of the movie "The Amazing Spider-Man" in Berlin on Wednesday. Credit: Markus Schreiber / AP Photo; in Paris on Tuesday. Credit: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images; and in London on Sunday. Credit: Facundo Arrizabalaga / EPA.