Hailee Steinfeld Is The New Face Of Miu Miu

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Fourteen-year-old actress Hailee Steinfeld, who frequently wore Miu Miu and Prada on the red carpet during the awards season just ended, has been named the new face of Prada's (slightly) lower-priced line. Steinfeld is to our knowledge the youngest person ever to be featured in the brand's ads; model Lindsay Wixson was the face of the house when she was 15. Past celebrity faces have included Katie Holmes, Kirsten Dunst, Lindsay Lohan. Steinfeld's ads will first appear in August. [TDB, Telegraph]

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Princess Beatrice's hat is being auctioned off for charity, and with five days left to go, the price has already topped $29,000. [eBay]

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Yves Saint Laurent is apparently finally selling its Touche Eclat concealer in colors that suit black and Asian skin tones. [Daily Mail]

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Mondo Guerra has a jewelry line! Everything's priced at $35-$40, and the pieces are made of plexiglass. They're not heavy. "The earrings won't give you saggy lobe," he says. And if you order anything, chances are good it will have been touched by the hands of Mondo himself: "I still live in Denver in my 500-square-foot apartment with my partner, and my studio is probably less than 200 square feet. So it's easier for me to produce this stuff, and everything that I do right now is handled by two other people and me." [The Cut]

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Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts are on the new cover of W. Hanks tells the magazine, "I told my agents that I wasn't going to play pussies anymore. I was tired of playing, ‘Oh, boo-hoo–I was in love, but oh, boo-hoo-hoo.' There comes an age when you can't do that any more. I wanted to play men instead of boys." Roberts says she too seeks out different roles now. "I think it's called growing up. Light and funny has a more compelling quality when you're younger. But I haven't abandoned the genre: I love falling down; I love Lucille Ball. It's just that a lot of those stories revolve around problems that I can't convincingly portray at this age." [Daily Mail]

  • Puma has done something unusual: it has released an "environmental profit and loss" statement for 2010. The company contracted Price Waterhouse Coopers and the U.K. environmental group Trucost to help it prepare the report, the first stage of which was just released. It calculates Puma's global impact on greenhouse gases and water consumption at a cost of $133 million. That's how much Puma owes mother earth, apparently. The biggest impact came from water-and chemical-intensive cotton and leather production. [WWD]
  • The latest from the ever-spinning Dior rumor mill: Riccardo Tisci is supposedly apartment-shopping in New York City, and privately confirming to friends that he will be the next creative director of Christian Dior. (Why he would be getting a place in New York when Dior, like his current label Givenchy, is based in Paris is unexplained.) [Fashionista]
  • Nicolas Sarkozy's father Pal told a German newspaper, "I'm glad to be having a grandchild." Carla Bruni still gave the best non-response response about why she wasn't responding to the question "Are you pregnant?" ever. [Daily Mail]
  • Thieves have been burgling hair salons. They're not after what's in the till: they want human hair extensions. A salon's inventory of human hair can be worth tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars; one beauty supply store employee was even murdered during a robbery. [NYTimes]
  • This year's Council of Fashion Designers of America awards will be hosted by Anderson Cooper. Cooper is a longtime friend of CFDA president Diane von Furstenberg. [WaPo]
  • Oscar De La Renta showed his Resort collection in his new, purpose-built space within his brand-new headquarters yesterday. The collection was inspired by Cubism. [WWD]
  • Elle MacPherson is currently shooting a fashion-themed reality TV show (because everyone is still trying to knock off Project Runway) for NBC. "At the moment we're casting for twelve aspiring designers," she says, "and basically the show is a behind the scenes look at what it takes to get a brand in the stores. Everyone likes to shop, so it's tapped into the American psyche in that sense, but it's really about what is creatively involved in getting a brand to market." [Racked]
  • Noémie Lenoir, Yasmin Le Bon, Karolina Kurkova, Zoe Saldana, Rosario Dawson, and a stunning Jane Fonda all walked in Naomi Campbell's latest charity fashion show in Cannes. Lindsay Wixson fell on the runway. [Daily Mail]
  • Russian model Yasmina Muratovich: "I was on a shoot in Greece and they put this wolf mask on me. It was so cold, like minus-15 Celsius. I was in the forest with this wolf mask on, almost naked, and I was just thinking to myself, What the hell am I doing here? I called my agency and I was like, 'Do you know that I am a wolf today?'" [WWD]
  • Kate Moss went to her hometown — the South London suburb of Croydon — to shoot a Rimmel ad on the roof of a local shopping center. She arrived and left by helicopter, which may be part of the concept of the ad? It's hard to tell. In any case, you really want the Daily Mail's take on this: "she shot the commercial on the roof of Croydon's famous Whitgift shopping centre. The catwalk queen was seen striding across the roof of the Whitgift Centre's multi-storey car park and jumping into a slick black chopper before being lifted over the concrete jungle that is Croydon town centre." Multi-storey. Concrete jungle. Famous shopping center. [Daily Mail]
  • Sorry, U.S. Polo Association: You may not release a perfume that features a horse-and-rider logo and the word "Polo," because Ralph Lauren already does that. [WWD]
  • Online shopping news: Gilt Groupe is cutting its shipping rate to a flat $5.95 per order — and it is now offering refunds for unwanted items, rather than just store credit. [Racked]
  • So-called "Netflix for shoes" service ShoeDazzleKim Kardashian shills for them, remember? — claims a membership of 3 million. At $39.95/month, if all of those subscribers paid every month, the company would realize revenues of over $120 million. But you don't have to pay in a given month if you don't like or don't want that month's selection of shoes, so the company's actual revenue is probably a lot lower than that. [TBI]
  • This Thursday on HauteLook, the Nordstrom-owned flash sale site, there will be a denim sale where everything is 60% off and all the proceeds go to the charity Falling Whistles, which works for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo. [WWD]
  • Saks Fifth Avenue's first quarterly results were as great as any we've seen in the high-end retail sector so far: Saks profits rose 51% over last year, to $28.4 million. [WWD]
  • Urban Outfitters, however, saw its first-quarter profits decrease by 27.1%, to $38.6 million. [WWD]

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Can we not have children as the "faces" of clothing lines that are supposed to be for adult women, please? Is that too much to ask? Are adults not good enough?!

Yay for $5.95 Gilt shipping, though I'm all about Amazon's MyHabit since I subscribe to their prime service.

And finally, this Netflix for shoes thing, I have to wear someone else's shoes? REALLY?