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Fashion News: Florence Welch, Forbes + More

Today in Fashion News: Florence Welch will open the Harrods sale. Meanwhile, Forbes has named its 30 Under 30 list.

Fashion News: Florence Welch, Forbes + More• Florence Welch will open the Harrods sale this year with a live performance. [Vogue UK]

• British model Agyness Deyn will make her theatrical debut in February as a “free spirit” in Francois Archambault’s The Leisure Society. []

• Derek Lam has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Ivanka Trump, who he claims “blatantly and intentionally copied” his Ayami wedge sandal. [WWD]

• Thanks to a new sponsorship deal, the New York Rangers will be wearing DKNY-branded practice jerseys for the rest of the season. [NY Mag]

• Marques Almeida, James Long, and Maarten van der Horst have received sponsorship from Fashion East to put on shows during the next London Fashion Week. [Elle UK]

• Forbes has named the Olsen twins, Chris Benz, and Joseph Altuzarra as part of its “30 under 30” list of people “who aren’t waiting to reinvent the world.” [Forbes]

• The Kardashian family is preparing to defend yesterday’s claims that their clothing line is manufactured in a Chinese sweatshop. [TMZ]

• Madonna’s upcoming perfume, Truth or Dare, will come with a blindfold. [ONTD]

Boardwalk Empire actor Michael Pitt is the face of Prada’s spring men’s advertising campaign. [Fashionista]

• British brand Mulberry has hired former Hermès managing director Bruno Guillon as its new chief executive. [Vogue UK]

Glee actress Naya Rivera is the latest celebrity spokesperson for Proactiv. [People]

• Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte are the latest designers to guest-edit A Magazine. [NY Post]

• Tracy Reese has teamed up with Fashion Fights Cancer to create a limited edition collection of tote bags, with 100% of the net proceeds going to FFC. [WWD]

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