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Fashion News: Karl Lagerfeld, Kanye West + More

Today in Fashion News: Further details regarding Karl Lagerfeld’s collaboration with Macy’s have been revealed. Meanwhile, Kanye West’s collection is confirmed.

Fashion News: Karl Lagerfeld, Kanye West + More• Further details regarding the Karl Lagerfeld for Impulse collection (pictured) have been revealed. The collection will arrive at Macy’s stores on August 31. The collection will feature 45 limited edition styles with an average price tag of $100. [WWD, Fashionologie]

• Bag Borrow or Steal has reverted back to its original name after doing business for several years as Avelle. [PR Newswire]

• A book about legendary textile designer Celia Birtwell is set to be published later this year. [Vogue UK]

• Steven Kolb has been promoted to chief executive officer of the Council of Fashion Designers of America. [WWD]

• Australian Harper’s Bazaar reports its fashion editor Christine Centenera is consulting on Kanye West’s new fashion line. [Harper’s Bazaar AU]

• Swimwear designer Mara Hoffman has collaborated with Skintimate on a line of shave gels. [BellaSugar]

• Marchesa will reportedly hold its first runway show this season. [Elle]

• Stylist and designer Rachel Zoe is reportedly the new beauty ambassador for Exude lipsticks. [BellaSugar]

• Ad page numbers are in for the all-important September issues. Vogue is in the lead, with 584 ad pages. InStyle and Elle come in at second and third respectively. [WWD]

• W editor in chief Stefano Tonchi and his husband, David Maupin, are the new parents of twin baby girls. [The Huffington Post]

• Stephanie Trong is leaving her position as deputy digital editor at Lucky magazine for the role of fashion editor at [WWD]

• Teen fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson is working on a book, called “Diary,” about “the state of being a teenager.” Gevinson is also working on a coffee-table book based on her blog, and launching a website and magazine with Jane Pratt. [WWD]

• Following a Facebook protest earlier this month, Versace has announced it will ban the use of sandblasting techniques on its jeans. [Drapers]

Photo: Vogue

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