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Fashion News: Miranda Kerr, Alexander McQueen + More

Today in Fashion News: Miranda Kerr has lost her wedding dress. Meanwhile, the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will pay tribute to Alexander McQueen next spring.


Fashion News: Miranda Kerr, Alexander McQueen + More• Australian model Miranda Kerr has revealed that American Airlines lost a set of her luggage in July, including a suitcase that contained her wedding dress. [Coco Perez]

• After issuing belated second-quarter results, American Apparel has issued its third-quarter results on time. Unfortunately, the company posted another loss. [WWD]

• A new book entitled “The Secret History of Chanel No. 5” claims that during World War II, Chanel had no choice but to move production from Grasse, France to Hoboken, New Jersey. [NY Post]

• The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will pay tribute to Alexander McQueen next spring with “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty,” a show celebrating the late designer’s work over nearly two decades. [WWD]

• Vogue Italia’s editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani says shows like America’s Next Top Model are “boring” and “unnecessary.” The winner of America’s Next Top Model receives a spread in Vogue Italia as part of the prize package. [Styleite via Vogue.It]

• Jason Wu is making his first foray into bridal wear with a capsule collection that will launch exclusively on Net-A-Porter.com in January. [WWD]

• According to Louis Vuitton North America’s director of criminal enforcement, U.S. customs officials seized only 200,000 items bearing counterfeit Louis Vuitton trademarks, down from 2 million in 2004, in fiscal year 2010. [WWD]

• Aspiring model Nicholas Hamman-Howe filed a lawsuit yesterday against former America’s Next Top Model judge Nolé Marin for allegedly attempting to exchange career help for sex. [NY Daily News]

• Peter Copping has designed an exclusive Nina Ricci collection for Barneys. [NY Mag]

• To celebrate the tenth anniversary of their online shop, Ralph Lauren will project a “4-D” spectacular onto the façade of the brand-new Ralph Lauren store on Madison Avenue tonight. [WWD]

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