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Fashion News: Natasha Poly, Net-A-Porter + More

Today in Fashion News: Natasha Poly wed in Saint Tropez this weekend. Meanwhile, Net-A-Porter is teaming up with Coach.

Fashion News: Natasha Poly, Net-A-Porter + More• Natasha Poly wed Dutch businessman Peter Bakker in a three-day celebration in Saint Tropez this weekend. Poly reportedly wore a gold-trimmed, long-sleeved Givenchy gown. []

• Despite rumors to the contrary, British Vogue’s deputy editor Emily Sheffield has denied that she is styling Kate Middleton for her trip to Canada with Prince William after their wedding. [Vogue UK]

• Actress Chloe Sevigny is working on a second collaboration with Opening Ceremony. [WWD]

• Coach is reissuing five of its classic handbags from the 1970s, which will be sold exclusively on Net-A-Porter from June 15. [WWD]

• Gossip Girl stylist Eric Daman is launching a collection of prom dresses in collaboration with Charlotte Russe today. [Glamour]

• To celebrate her 70th birthday, Vogue creative director Grace Coddington held a party at New York City restaurant Indochine. [Vogue]

• Hannah MacGibbon has reportedly extended her contract with French fashion house Chloé for another season. [Vogue UK]

• Zac Posen is designing the wedding dress for Mark Ronson’s fiancée, model Josephine de la Baume. []

• The latest in royal wedding news: milliner Philip Treacy has revealed that he will design many of the hats worn at the royal wedding; the dresses for the four youngest bridesmaids will be created by Nicki Macfarlane; and, rumors have emerged that Sophie Cranston of Libélula is designing the royal wedding dress. [Vogue UK,]

• Levi’s has teamed up with 11 artists, including Shepard Fairey and Lady Pink, on a series of limited edition denim jackets. [WWD]

• Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are launching a line of optical glasses this summer under the Elizabeth & James label. [Stylecaster]

• Olivier Theyskens has created four limited edition styles under the Theykens’ Theory label that are available at the Colette boutique in Paris, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Red Cross-led relief efforts for Japan’s earthquake and tsunami victims. [WWD]


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