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Fashion News: Alexa Chung, Celine + More

Today in Fashion News: Alexa Chung acted as creative director for the latest Superga campaign. Meanwhile, Celine is holding a presentation this season over a runway show.

Fashion News: Alexa Chung, Celine + More• Model and TV host Alexa Chung acted as creative director and muse for the latest Superga campaign. [Vogue UK]

• Celine will downscale its March runway show to a presentation, as Celine designer Phoebe Philo is expecting her third child in April. [WWD]

• The film created for Chanel by animator Quentin Jones’ has been nominated as one of the New York Fashion Film Festival’s favorite films of 2011. [Vogue UK]

• At yesterday’s Dior couture show, Bernard Arnault, chairman of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, confirmed that there would be no announcement about a new designer this week. [NY Times]

• More than 2,000 guests attended a memorial service yesterday in New York City for the late Evelyn H. Lauder. [WWD]

• Japanese photography brand Fujifilm is launching a line of anti-aging creams. [Mail Online]

• Due to a restructuring, John Auerbach has exited as president of Park & Bond, the full-price men’s site launched by Gilt Groupe last August. [NY Mag]

• Spanish retailer Mango has revealed that Kate Moss will be the face of its spring ad campaign. [WWD]

• Designer Lauren Conrad is launching a line of eco-friendly makeup bags. [InStyle]

• Lord & Taylor has been acquired by Hudson’s Bay Co., resulting in the departure of Lord & Taylor’s CEO and president, Brendan Hoffman. [WWD]

• Yesterday, Macy’s Inc. sued Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. for breach of contract, accusing Stewart of violating a 2006 deal to make and sell certain products exclusively to Macy’s. [WWD]

• Leather goods brand Mark Cross is relaunching exclusively at Barneys New York. [Lucky]

• Eight Project Runway alumni are designing looks for an Yves Saint Laurent retrospective. [Fashionista]

• Rent The Runway has promoted Lucy Sykes Rellie to the role of fashion director. [WWD]

• Designer Whitney Port will be selling art prints alongside her collection at New York Fashion Week. [Racked]

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