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Fashion News: Alice Dellal, David Yurman + More

Today in Fashion News: Alice Dellal is the new face of the Boy Chanel handbag collection. Meanwhile, David Yurman says Kate Moss’s Fred campaign is similar to its own.

Fashion News: Alice Dellal, David Yurman + More• Chanel has confirmed that London-based model Alice Dellal is the new face of its Boy Chanel handbag collection. [WWD]

• Entrepreneur and reality television star Adrienne Maloof, who has just launched her new shoe line, has revealed plans to launch handbags, a clothing line, and a lower-priced shoe collection. [WWD]

• Thanks to a new deal with Artisan House, New York-based brand Charlotte Ronson will launch its first handbag collection this fall. [WWD]

• Jeweler David Yurman has said Kate Moss’s Fred campaign is “embarrassingly similar” to his own, although he has no plans to sue. [NY Post]

• Italian brand Diesel has revealed Bruno Collin has left his role as artistic director to pursue other opportunities. [WWD]

• In March, InStyle magazine will launch a digital storefront in New York. [WWD]

• Thanks to a new licensing deal, Isaac Mizrahi is launching menswear. [WWD]

• Marc Jacobs has seemingly ruled himself out of the running for the Dior job. [NY Mag]

• Wichy Hassan, creative director and co-founder of Miss Sixty, passed away on Friday at 56. []

• Net-A-Porter has launched a microsite dedicated to the upcoming Karl line from Karl Lagerfeld, as well as a “Find Karl” app. [WWD]

• A new website,, aims to offer customers on-trend fine jewelry that costs less than the normal retail price. [WWD]

• To celebrate his 30 years in fashion, Ralph Rucci is publishing a coffee-table book filled with photos of his home, as well as launching a Twitter account and a home collection. [WWD]

• Rodarte designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy have an exhibition of dresses at the Los Angeles County Art Museum. [LA Weekly]

• Time magazine is bringing back its Style & Design issues, which it stopped publishing in 2009. [DFR]

• Versace has opened its first boutique in Milan dedicated to its Young Versace childrenswear line. Meanwhile, Roger Vivier is launching a line of kids’ shoes. []

Photo: Chanel

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