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Fashion News: Anne V, Vogue + More

Today in Fashion News: Anne Vyalitsyna is writing a children’s book. Meanwhile, Vogue has scored a nomination at the 2011 National Magazine Awards.

Fashion News: Anne V, Vogue + More• Russian model Anne Vyalitsyna is writing a children’s book about a “superhero dog.” [Modelinia]

• Bobbi Brown has teamed up with the Dress for Success foundation to create a makeup set. Proceeds from the set’s sales will benefit Dress for Success. []

• Caroline Manzo of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” is planning to release a line of handbags for fall. [WWD]

• Eleven-year-old fashion designer Cecelia Cassini is starring in a “docu-series” about her life. [WWD]

• Covergirl has released animal-print editions of its Covergirl Clean pressed-powder compact. For each compact purchased, one week’s worth of clean drinking water will be donated to a child in need. [BellaSugar]

• Gucci has created an exclusive New Bamboo bag in pale pink leather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its Palm Beach boutique. [WWD]

• Jason Wu has collaborated with Creative Nail Design on a five-piece nail polish collection. [Kiss & Makeup]

• Through the end of April, Jimmy Choo will donated 15 percent of the net sales from all small leather goods sold via its directly operated stores and via to the Japanese Red Cross. [WWD]

• Lauren Bush’s FEED Project is partnering with Clarins on a cosmetics bag. [Vogue]

• Net-A-Porter now carries Rodarte. [Elle]

• Target will sponsor the new CFDA Incubator program. [Harper’s Bazaar]

• New York-based label Tucker has teamed up with Donna Ida on six prints. [FabSugar UK]

• The American Society of Magazine Editors has announced the finalists for the 2011 National Magazine Awards. Conde Nast is in the lead with 25 nominations among eight titles, including nominations in the Fashion, Service, Lifestyle category for Vogue and W. [DFR]

• has partnered with 20th Century Fox to create a scarf inspired by Marlena, the circus performer Reese Witherspoon plays in the movie “Water for Elephants.” [WWD]

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