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Fashion News: Coco Rocha, Carine Roitfeld + More

Today in Fashion News: Coco Rocha wanted to wear an edgy McQueen gown to tonight’s Met Gala. Meanwhile, Carine Roitfeld may be working on a reality show.

Fashion News: Coco Rocha, Carine Roitfeld + More• Canadian model Coco Rocha wanted to shock attendees at the Meta Gala tonight by wearing an edgy McQueen gown, but says all the “crazy looks” are unavailable. [NY Post]

• London-based investment firm Lion Capital has taken a 75% stake in All Saints, helping to stave off a potential bankruptcy for the retailer. [NY Post]

• Bumble and Bumble has just released a new line of hair care products called Let It Shine. []

• Rumors have surfaced that former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld may be working on a reality show. [Fashionologie via @HissSquad]

• Diane von Furstenberg was awarded the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal by The Municipal Art Society of New York on Thursday. [WWD]

• Kate Middleton changed into a second dress designed by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton for the post-wedding party at Buckingham Palace. Meanwhile, Kate’s sister, Pippa, changed into an emerald green Alice Temperley gown. [AFP, People]

• DNA Model Management is suing Ford Models for poaching Belorussian model Maryna Linchuk, who severed ties with DNA last week after six years. [Reuters]

• Missoni is teaming up with Bugaboo to design baby stroller toppers. [LA Times]

• Eyewear label Morganthal Frederics will launch four new sunglass styles in September, with only 25 pairs of each style produced. [WWD]

• Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are planning to launch a costume jewelry line. It will be a season-less, classic line that will be reprised each season in different colors and materials. [WWD]

• Stylist Rachel Zoe has stepped out for the first time since giving birth to baby Skyler Morrison last month. [E! Online]

• The upcoming issue of Visionaire guest-edited by Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci will reportedly cost $495. [Styleite]

• Tony Award-winning costume designer William Ivey Long is planning to launch an upscale collection of intimates and sleepwear. [WWD]

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