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Fashion News: Kristen Stewart, Kimora Lee Simmons + More

Today in Fashion News: Kristen Stewart is the face of a new Balenciaga fragrance. Meanwhile, Kimora Lee Simmons is launching a skin care range.

Fashion News: Kristen Stewart, Kimora Lee Simmons + More• French fashion house Balenciaga has signed Twilight actress Kristen Stewart as the face of the newest Balenciaga fragrance for women. [WWD]

• Benefit Cosmetics will launch a line of liquid foundation called Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow this spring, while NARS Cosmetics plans to introduce the Pure Radiance Tinted Moisturizer range this spring. [WWD, WWD]

• Carven is working on a fragrance that apparently has no scent. [Fashionista]

• British fashion director Charlotte Stockdale is the new style editor at Jo Malone London. [Vogue UK]

• Rumors have surfaced that Fendi is preparing to launch a new men’s fragrance that will be fronted by musician Mark Ronson. [WWD]

• Designer Kimora Lee Simmons is launching a nine-item skin care line called Shinto Clinical. [WWD]

Glee actress Lea Michele is rumored to be the new spokeswoman for Candie’s. [E! Online]

• Milan Men’s Fashion Week officially gets underway today, with news that Academy Award-winning actor Adrien Brody will walk the runway at Prada’s men’s show on Sunday. Also, Brioni will showcase its fall men’s collection in a still-life presentation, and Fendi will unveil a men’s collection. [WWD, WWD]

• Australian actress Mia Wasikowska has been tapped as the face of Miu Miu’s spring 2012 campaign, replacing actress Hailee Steinfeld. [NY Mag]

• Actress Michelle Williams will co-chair the 2012 Met Gala. [The Hollywood Reporter]

• Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr has been named a Qantas ambassador. []

• Paco Rabanne Parfums is expanding its Black XS fragrance collection with a new scent called L’Excès. [WWD]

• U.K.-born designer Simon Spurr is merging his two collections for fall. [WWD]

• French designer Sophie Theallet has designed a new uniform for the servers at Rose Bar in New York. [WSJ]

• Target is ending its Go International designer collaboration model and replacing it with a regular rotation of shop-in-shops titled “The Shops at Target.” [WWD]

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