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Fashion News: Matthew Williamson, Anja Rubik + More

Matthew William is set to debut a men’s capsule collection in February (pictured). “I’d wanted to do men’s wear for a long time,” Williamson told WWD. The collection will be sold at Williamson’s stores in London, New York and Dubai and at the label’s online store. [WWD]


• Matthew William is set to debut a men’s capsule collection in February (pictured). “I’d wanted to do men’s wear for a long time,” Williamson told WWD. The collection will be sold at Williamson’s stores in London, New York and Dubai and at the label’s online store. [WWD]

• Budding British model Daisy Lowe has created a four-piece jewelry collection for Swarovski. The collection consists of a necklace, bracelet, ring and earrings and was inspired by planets and stars in the night sky. [Grazia UK]

• Designer Jason Wu has teamed with General Imaging to develop a new line of digital cameras. The line will debut with Wu’s Fall 2010 collection at New York Fashion Week in February. [StyleList]

• Designer Jeremy Scott will return to New York after showing several collections in Paris, London and Los Angeles. Similarly, after ten years in London, Peter Jensen has decided to show his collection at New York Fashion Week. [@ItsJeremyScott, Grazia]

• Does model Frida Gustavsson have a fashion collection in the works? Yesterday she tweeted, “Can’t sleep and feeling so inspired, can’t wait to finish sewing my collection!!!” [Modelinia]

• Jewelry designer Tarina Tarantino’s cosmetics line will hit Sephora.com in February and Sephora stores in March. The prices for the collection will range from $17 for eyeliner to $69 for a five-piece brush set. [WWD]

• Mad Men’s costume designer Janie Bryant has confirmed she will be releasing a style book in 2010. The book will contain style tips for men and women. [Fashionista]

• Marianne Faithfull plans to apologize to model Kate Moss for calling her a vampire. In 2009, Faithfull said of Moss: “She’s not really my friend. I thought she was, but she’s very clever. She wanted to read me like a Braille book. And she did. It’s a vampirical thing.” [News.com.au]

• Model Anja Rubik and her boyfriend, fellow model Sasha Knezevic, have teamed up to produce an issue of 25 Magazine, a Viennese publication. [Fashionologie]

• Tory Burch has named Justin Giunta of Subversive as their new design director. Giunta will continue to operate his own collections while expanding the Tory Burch brand and taking it to ‘the next level.’ [WWD]

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