One year after the release of Black Swan, both Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis are faces of Dior: Mila just scored the Miss Dior handbag campaign, and Natalie remained the face of Miss Dior Cherie perfume after the house fired John Galliano for being a big racist baby. Kunis replaces does not actually replace Marion Cotillard, who is the face of the Lady Dior. Dior says it plans a similarly long-term association with Kunis as it has enjoyed with Cotillard. [Telegraph]

Karlie Kloss did another nude shoot, this time for Hedi Slimane. [Hint]


Do you have an iPad? Maybe you'd like to buy this $795 Christian Louboutin studded ponyhair case for it? No? [TLF]


"Getting older ain't for sissies, I'll tell you. It's very funny. I have a dear friend whose mother's gone, but she was very funny. When I'd say ‘Yuda, how do you feel?' she'd say, ‘Oh — when I get up in the morning, everything I have two of, one hurts.' You have to push yourself when you're older, because it's very easy to fall into the trap. You start to fall apart — you just have to do your best to paste yourself together." Fashion icon and master accessorizer Iris Apfel, 90, talks aging, plastic surgery, and why Cetaphil is good for your skin. [Into The Gloss]

  • Isaac Mizrahi mentioned that he and his longtime boyfriend, Arnold Germer, eloped recently. Mazel tov. [Out]
  • Alexa Chung was on Jimmy Fallon to talk about her upcoming new TV show, Twenty Four Hour Catwalk. She talks about spending the holidays at the pub in the village she's from, and how when she D.J.s, "I just press play and then make it look like I'm really busy." [Fashionista]
  • A performance artist named Colette Maison Lumiere believes that Lady Gaga's Barneys holiday window displays ripped off her ideas. So she protested outside the store in a Victorian dress and heavy pancake makeup. [The Cut]
  • Rodarte is designing costumes for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's May production of "Don Giovanni." [LATimes]
  • Louis Vuitton is launching a perfume, its first since a brief foray into fragrances in the 1920s. And the company hired the nose who made L'Eau d'Issey, Jean Paul Gaultier Classic, Dior Addict, Lancôme's Poeme, and Stella by Stella McCartney, to do it. Jacques Cavallier-Belletrud will begin by travelling the world in search of essences. Sounds nice, doesn't it? [WWD]
  • Mondo Guerra joked that he has a kind of Project Runway-induced PTSD. "I still have dreams about being on the show — I'll wake up thinking I have stuff to finish. It's like when people have shell shock coming out of the army, it's like I have fashion shock." [HuffPo]
  • Uniqlo saw same-store sales rise by some 14%, year-on-year, in the month of December. [WWD]