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Fashion News: Katie Holmes, Keds + More

Today in Fashion News: Katie Holmes is the latest recipient of Max Mara’s Face of the Future Award. Meanwhile, Keds is launching a line of sportswear apparel.

Fashion News: Katie Holmes, Keds + More• Actress Katie Holmes is the latest recipient of Max Mara’s Face of the Future Award. [WWD]

• According to a new documentary, Alexander McQueen clashed with supermodels and binged on drugs. [The Daily Mirror]

• Chanel is teaming up with Paris boutique Colette on a pop-up store that will offer graffiti-covered handbags, scooter helmets and CDs. [WWD]

• Condé Nast has today announced its search for a director to launch and oversee the Condé Nast International School of Fashion and Design, which will be based in London. [Vogue UK]

• Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have created uniforms for the Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder boxing team. [WWD]

• Stylist Camilla Nickerson and photographer Mario Sorrenti have teamed up to create the advertising campaign for Eequal, the new brand designed by Ennio Capasa for OVS Industry. [WWD]

• Issey Miyake creative director Dai Fujiwara will step down after the label’s fall 2011 Paris presentation on March 4. [Vogue UK]

• Julia Restoin-Roitfeld is working on a fragrance. []

• Footwear brand Keds is launching a line of sportswear apparel for spring 2012. [WWD]

• New York-based fashion designer Mara Hoffman has teamed up with shaving cream brand Skintimate to create a series of limited edition cans. [Inbox]

• Mugler is releasing one “official inspiration image” per day to publicize Nicola Formichetti’s first women’s show for the brand. [NY Mag]

• The organizers of the New York City International Film Festival are planning to hold live runway shows during the festival, which will be held in August. [WWD]

• Six of the Rodarte-designed tutus worn by Natalie Portman in Black Swan will be part of a new Rodarte exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in West Hollywood. [The Hollywood Reporter]

• Rumors about Stefano Pilati’s departure from Yves Saint Laurent continue. Hedi Slimane is rumored to be replacing Pilati, who, in turn, is rumored to succeed Giorgio Armani when he retires. [Hint]

• Todd Snyder is launching his own menswear collection. Snyder is the former senior vice president of men’s design at J Crew. Meanwhile, David Gandy is considering launching a menswear collection. [WWD, Vogue UK]

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