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Fashion News: Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Lauren + More

Today in Fashion News: Jennifer Lopez has a new fragrance coming out in May. Meanwhile, Ralph Lauren has ended his American Living line.

Fashion News: Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Lauren + More• Jennifer Lopez has a new fragrance coming out in May, called Glowing. It will be sold exclusively at Kohl’s to begin, before launching worldwide at select doors in July. [WWD]

• Alessandro Dell’Acqua is now designing the Les Copains brand and will show his first collection during Milan Fashion Week. [WWD]

• Alexander Wang is launching an eight-piece lifestyle collection, called OBJECTS. []

• Behnaz Sarafpour is launching an eight-piece daytime dress collection. [WWD]

• Calvin Klein and his company, Calvin Klein Inc., have made a $2 million donation to his former school, the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. [WWD]

• Club Monaco has teamed up with street style blogger Tommy Ton on a limited edition women’s messenger bag and a men’s backpack. [WWD]

• Jewelry brand Erickson Beamon is expanding into clothes. [NY Times]

• Pop star Fergie has been named the first ever celebrity spokeswoman of Wet ‘n’ Wild. [People]

• A German edition of Interview magazine launched on Wednesday night in Berlin. [WWD]

• A spokesperson for model of the moment Karlie Kloss has confirmed she is skipping New York Fashion Week for an “engagement,” but that she will likely walk in Milan and Paris. Karlie herself tweeted yesterday: “Today was a game changer.” [NY Mag, @KarlieKloss]

• Nordstrom will livestream Jason Wu’s fall runway show on its website today. [WWD]

The Millionaire Matchmaker star Patti Stanger will launch her new makeup line on the show next season. [WWD]

• Ralph Lauren has reportedly ended its American Living line, which is exclusive to JC Penney. [NY Post]

• Designer Reed Krakoff has just launched an art installation of chairs, called “Reed Krakoff: One Chair,” In a New York gallery. [WWD]

• Over 75 designers have signed on to be part of the CFDA and eBay’s second “You Can’t Fake Fashion” campaign. []

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