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Fashion News: Chloe Sevigny, Carine Roitfeld + More

Today in Fashion News: Chloe Sevigny is staging a runway show. Meanwhile, Carine Roitfeld is working on a book.

Fashion News: Chloe Sevigny, Carine Roitfeld + More• Big Love actress Chloe Sevigny is planning to stage her first ever runway show. []

• Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz is buying his first apartment in New York. [NY Times]

• Balmain is launching a new ready-to-wear collection called Pierre Balmain. [Vogue UK]

• Carine Roitfeld has revealed she is working on a book with Karl Lagerfeld due out for Christmas. [WWD]

• Guillaume Henry is reportedly taking over Carven’s men’s wear line from creative director Ludovic Alban, who has parted ways with the company. [WWD]

• Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson has launched a collection of bridal lingerie under her Elle Macpherson Intimates label. [WWD]

• Gucci has joined forces with PPR’s Corporate Foundation for Women’s Dignity and Rights to launch the Spotlighting Women Documentary Award for films. [Vogue UK]

• HSN is removing the toucan pin from Iris Apfel’s forthcoming jewelry collection after French jewelry brand Hanna Bernhard accused Apfel of copying the piece. [NY Mag]

• Jimmy Choo has been sold to Labelux Group for an undisclosed price. [Vogue UK]

• Snoop Dogg will reportedly perform at Kate Moss’ upcoming nuptials. [MTV UK]

• Nickelson Wooster has left his role as men’s fashion director for Neiman Marcus. No successor has been named. [Fashionista]

• Philip Crangi has teamed with Atelier Swarovski to create a 10-piece jewelry collection to celebrate Swarovski’s 10 years as underwriter of the CFDA Fashion Awards. [WWD]

• Princess Beatrice’s controversial Philip Treacey-designed royal wedding hat has been sold on eBay for £81,100.01. []

• Actress and singer Queen Latifah is launching a lifestyle brand in collaboration with HSN this August. Te brand will include apparel, handbags, clip-on hair extensions and more. [WWD]

• Stefano Pilati and Yves Saint Laurent are costuming a new production of Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal” in London’s West End. [WWD]

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