Now We All Know What David Beckham Is Getting Victoria For Christmas

David Beckham will probably not be giving Victoria Beckham two pairs of silk pajamas by some designer called Olivia von Halle this Christmas now that Women's Wear Daily has spoiled the present. On a related note: silk pajamas? Really? When you're a hectomillionaire international celebrity, is "silk pajamas" the thing you see that makes you go, "Oh, that'll be perfect for my equally wealthy and famous wife, who is known all across the land for her exquisite taste!" Silk pajamas are a perfectly lovely gift, but for folks for whom money is no object, it just seems so...strangely modest. Where's the private submarine? The personal assistant robot? The private dinner for 10 by Ferran Adrià on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro? Or else maybe Beckham leaked this bit about silk pajamas on purpose, just so that his custom platinum Birkin bag will be a proper surprise. [WWD]


Now We All Know What David Beckham Is Getting Victoria For ChristmasMiu Miu's spring campaign features Doutzen Kroes, Adriana Lima, Arizona Muse, Malgosia Bela, Bette Franke, Martha Hunt, and Tamara Weijenberg. They were photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. [WWD]
Now We All Know What David Beckham Is Getting Victoria For ChristmasKarlie Kloss cut her hair into a bob for this Vogue photo shoot. [FRV]
  • The Hollywood Reporter says that Anna Wintour is still under consideration for an ambassadorial posting, perhaps in Paris. Wintour's name has been mentioned as a candidate for the ambassadorship to either the U.K. or France. The current ambassador to France is former Jim Henson company C.E.O. Charles Rivkin, who, like Wintour, is a high-profile Obama fundraiser. [THR]
  • Diesel founder Renzo Rosso has, after months of speculation and negotiations, taken a majority stake in Marni. Rosso already owns Viktor & Rolf and Maison Martin Margiela. Marni's founders, Gianni and Consuelo Castiglioni, had been looking for investors who would allow the company to continue growing at a gradual pace — Gianni said his goal was to double sales over the next five years. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. [WWD]
  • The Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue's online charity auction for Sandy relief has ended. It raised $1.7 million. [The Cut]
  • Christian Louboutin says he likes to drink "Liters and liters and liters, and gallons and gallons of tea." Except when he's in Italy; there, he prefers coffee. The designer's favorite dish to make at home sounds pretty delicious: "A sweet and sour pasta, with a homemade type of sauce with pepper, tomatoes, a lot of garlic. If it was just for myself and I was by myself, I would put a lot of garlic [in] because it's so delicious." [Bon Appetit]
  • Kate Spade's plans to launch a new line called Kate Spade Saturday have drawn the ire of a men's wear store called Saturdays Surf. After its Facebook and Instagram were strafed with negative comments by Saturdays Surf fans, Kate Spade is seeking a court declaration that its trademark does not infringe upon Saturdays Surf's and that consumers are not likely to be confused. [WWD]
  • Prada is releasing a line of t-shirts emblazoned with drawings by fashion illustrator Richard Haines. [Fashionista]
  • Nasty Gal, the L.A.-based online retailer that has been expanding like crazy lately, is moving to a 50,000-square-foot new headquarters. Nasty Gal says its sales have grown from $6.5 million in 2010, to $28 million in 2011, to a projected $115 million in 2012. [WWD]
  • Rob Kardashian says he considered the names "Just Socks" and "Da Feeted" (which, he explains, is a pun on "undefeated") for his line of licensed socks before settling on "Arthur George." Kardashian says, "I don't like to use my last name. I don't like it attached to things because people think you can just stamp your name on something and it's not organic or that you're just doing it for money." Let nobody think Rob Kardashian is putting his name on a licensed line of socks for money. [Racked]
  • Macy's wants everyone to shop, shop, shop during that magical time of leftovers and post-family quietude that hangs suspended between the two poles of Christmas and New Year's. Macy's is calling this the Week of Wonderful, and will plaster your city with ads to remind you that you could be shopping. [WWD]
  • Galeries Lafayette might be interested in acquiring fellow iconic Paris department store Printemps. [WWD]
  • Joseph Abboud, who resigned his job in the HMX bankruptcy, has found a new one: creative director of Men's Wearhouse. [WWD]