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  • Gisele Bündchen's rep says the art dealer she was photographed getting cozy with is just a close, personal man-friend. [DigitalSpy]
  • Bündchen celebrated 15 years of modeling by pulling another version of her favorite cover pose for Brazilian Vogue. [MadeinBrazil]
  • The reviews for the Alexander McQueen collection designed by Sarah Burton are coming in. And they continue to be positive. Writes British Vogue: "Sarah Burton made a dazzling debut for Alexander McQueen last night, injecting a slice of lightness to the typically dark label." [Vogue UK]
  • "Brava, Sarah Burton!" Women's Wear Daily raves: "Her girls' pale faces and intricately plaited hair set the tone, as did her ample references to nature, their impact heightened by plentiful handwork. Two white cotton lace dresses that had the look of old tablecloths got artisanal crocheted overlays; other stunning pieces were crafted from hand-painted feather butterflies and intense black leather leaves." [WWD]
  • The Guardian: "In an extraordinarily beautiful show, Burton succeeded in both being faithful to the late designer's distinctive design ethos while taking the label into a new era." There's also video. The dress that we thought looked like a golden breast plate is apparently made of woven wheat. [Guardian]
  • Cathy Horyn: "Succeeding Mr. McQueen is a difficult undertaking. Yet Ms. Burton showed two valuable qualities. She was modest about what she chose to take on; some references to the McQueen craft and drama are necessarily, but her choices reflected a gradual transition. And she obviously knows how to make light clothes. Over the next few seasons, she should feel more confident to bring out her own ideas." [On The Runway]
  • Julianna Margulies, the newest face of L'Oréal, showed up on time to shoot a commercial for the brand, but had to wait two hours because the team wasn't finished shooting Rachel Weisz. Sources say she became very impatient — not with Weisz, but with the wait and the level of disorganization in general. Especially because once she did get in front of the camera, the director asked her to read her lines in Spanish and French as well as in English. Margulies felt like her two hours could have been put to use practicing the foreign script. [NYPost]
  • Emporio Armani has a new billboard of Cristiano Ronaldo and Megan Fox up in L.A. It helpfully identifies each of them by name. Surely the whole point of paying a movie star and a soccer player millions of dollars to rep your brand is that, when you put them on a billboard in L.A., people will recognize them without your having to remind them who these people are? [TLF]
  • The creative director of Longchamp says Kate Moss — who is collaborating with the brand on a line of handbags — is "very hands-on" and really, actually, has a lot of ideas, okay? She also gives a surprisingly honest answer to the question of how many seasons this little collab might endure: "We'd like it to go on forever as long as Kate wants it to, and as long as VOGUE.COM carry on covering it." [Vogue UK]
  • A few month ago, there was a round of rumors that Stefano Pilati, the creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, should be updating his résumé. Now, reports Fashion Wire Daily, "Paris has been flooded by rumors that Pilati's position is under threat, and that headhunters have been actively interviewing potential replacements." It's kind of ironic, given that so many collections this season have paid homage to Yves Saint Laurent's archives. "Pilati's was unquestionably the best interpretation," says FWD, but other reviews have been mixed, and part of the problem is that Pilati's work is said to not sell particularly well. [FWD]
  • Dita von Teese is dating Louis-Marie de Castelbajac, the son of designer Jean-Charles. [JustJared]
  • Photographer David Bailey supports the troops — but he really, really doesn't want his own kids to be among them. [Vogue UK]
  • Canadian clothier Jacob has pledged not to change its models' bodies in post-production for any of its ads. To demonstrate this change, Jacob has released a current campaign image of a model in her underwear, alongside the same image with a bunch of minute tweaks. Who knew change in fashion would look so much like spot-the-difference? [The Star]
  • Crystal Renn has been having a pretty awesome season. In addition to walking two shows at New York fashion week, she's had three in Paris — Chanel, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Zac Posen. "I've done one show before, usually as a special guest, but to be working this much is incredible," she says. "I'm here being treated like any other girl. It doesn't matter my size. It doesn't matter who I am. I'm going on castings like everybody else." [People]
  • Karl Lagerfeld: "We've seen enough of 15-year-old Russian girls. Enough of these kids, fashion isn't only for teenagers." [AFP]
  • At the Chanel show, Lily Allen said, "Every time I come here, it's like going to the ballet." The collection this season was actually based on a film, Alain Resnais' Last Year At Marienbad. (The black-and-white set, with its fountain, looked just like the garden.) [WWD]
  • The interview is kind of B.S., but we kind of love the picture of the tie-dyed one-shoulder dress from Lauren Bush's latest collection. [Vogue UK]
  • Deborah Needleman, the founder of the late, lamented Domino magazine, now runs the Wall Street Journal's new weekend style section. "I'm not that interested in being super-arch and impressing the fashion industry," she says. "It's more about the reader. In fashion magazines, we like to do photos that impress other photographers or cover clothes that show that we're really "on it." I'm more of a pragmatist than a fantasist." [The Cut]
  • H&M opened a huge flagship on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. The store is designed by Jean Nouvel. [WWD]
  • Somebody's been stealing laptops in Elle's (now bedbug-free!) offices. [P6]
  • An edible fashion show where the models get to nibble on the clothes is certainly a unique way to address the problematic lack of healthy food (or even any food) at the shows. [WWD]
  • At 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Miu Miu will live-stream its Paris fashion show. [Miu Miu]
  • And in a little less than two hours, the Louis Vuitton show will be streamed by LOVE. [LOVE]
  • Apparently, Marc Jacobs collection for the brand will be inspired by...Donna Summer. [DFR]