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Fashion News: Grace Coddington, Conde Nast + More

Today in Fashion News: Grace Coddington once quit while working under Anna Wintour. Meanwhile, Conde Nast plans to have a digital edition of every magazine in its stable by the end of the year.

Fashion News: Grace Coddington, Conde Nast + More• Grace Coddington quit working at British Vogue for two years because she had a different vision to editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. [Fashionologie]

• Tomorrow, Adidas will launch its biggest marketing campaign to date: a TV and cinema commercial featuring a range of ambassadors across the sport, lifestyle, fashion and entertainment fields. [WWD]

• The AP is suing both Urban Outfitters and Nordstrom over products they sold featuring the Shepard Fairey “HOPE” image. [The Huffington Post]

• Barneys new CEO, Mark Lee, may scrap the Barneys Warehouse Sale. [Racked]

• Project Runway alum Chris March is working with Bravo on a new reality TV project called Mad Fashion. [WWD]

• Conde Nast executive Rick Levine says by the end of 2011, every Conde Nast magazine will have a digital edition. [WWD]

• Diane Von Furstenberg has produced a t-shirt, tote, and compilation vinyl album to benefit Vital Voices. []

• The latest issue of ESPN magazine is devoted to style and sports stars’ fashions. [WWD]

• Japan Fashion Week organizers have cancelled the fall-winter 2011 edition of the event, which was slated to take place next week. [WWD]

• Bookmakers in the United Kingdom have closed bets on John Galliano’s successor at Dior and, if predictions are correct, it looks as if Riccardo Tisci is set to take the helm. [Vogue UK]

• British artist Sam Taylor Wood has teamed up with Louis Vuitton on an imagery project, the Double Exposure campaign. [Vogue UK]

• Natalia Vodianova’s representative has denied rumors that Vodianova has split with her husband, Justin Portman, who she married in 2001. [NY Post]

• The Nelson Mandela Foundation is launching a fashion label. []

• Sienna and Savannah Miller have revealed they would love to do “maybe five couture dresses a year” under their Twenty8Twelve label. [WWD]

• Japanese retailer Uniqlo has donated over $25 million in support of earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. [Blackbook]

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