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Fashion News: Alexa Chung, Abercrombie & Fitch + More

Today in Fashion News: Alexa Chung has landed a new gig as a presenter on a new UK show – Channel 4’s Frock Me – alongside Henry Holland. Meanwhile, Abercrombie & Fitch have been named one of the worst companies, according to a “black list” set to be published by Corporate Responsibility Magazine.


• Alexa Chung (pictured) has landed a new gig as a presenter on a new UK show – Channel 4’s Frock Me – alongside Henry Holland. [FabSugar UK]

• Abercrombie & Fitch have been named one of the worst companies, according to a “black list” set to be published by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. [NY Times]

• Alice + Olivia designer Stacey Bendet Eisner is collaborating with MAC Cosmetics on a limited-edition color collection that will launch in July. [WWD]

• Carolina Herrera says that appearing on reality show High Society last week was the last thing she needs in her life and she was unaware she was being filmed. [NY Post]

• Designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua will produce a film in collaboration with home appliances firm Electrolux. [WWD]

• Former Ford Models executive Cathy Quinn has set up her own agency, Cathy Quinn Models. Rachel Hunter, Christie Brinkley and Kelly Rutherford have made the move to the new agency. [NY Post]

• Gossip Girl actor Chace Crawford is a guest fashion editor on Grazia Daily this week. Crawford will comment on celebrities and critique their style. [People StyleWatch]

• Maggy London International is suing Pamela Anderson. The company claims that Anderson ignored a demand that she rename her Muse clothing line despite being told the name was trademarked in 2002. [NY Post]

• Marc Jacobs’ partner Lorenzo Martone has dismissed reports the couple has split. “[It’s] not true. We’re still living together,” Martone said. [Contact Music]

• Organic designer John Patrick has landed a six-part docu-series on Planet Green titled “The John Patrick Show.” [NY Daily News]

• Rebecca Minkoff is launching a new line of handbags called Rebecca Minkoff Collection. The line – priced between $550 and $2,000 – is more expensive than her regular collection. [Style.com]

• Slovakian model Michaela Kocianova is reportedly dating film director Guy Ritchie. [Fashionologie via Grazia UK]

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