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Fashion News: Nicole Richie, ANTM + More

Nicole Richie will be a guest judge on Project Runway’s seventh season premiere. “Nicole is a fabulous guest judge,” says Project Runway executive producer Sara Rea. “She has strong opinions and gives clear and specific constructive criticism to the designers. Also, she isn’t afraid to disagree with the other judges.” [MSN]


• Nicole Richie will be a guest judge on Project Runway’s seventh season premiere. “Nicole is a fabulous guest judge,” says Project Runway executive producer Sara Rea. “She has strong opinions and gives clear and specific constructive criticism to the designers. Also, she isn’t afraid to disagree with the other judges.” [MSN]

• Conde Nast’s Fairchild Fashion Group is planning to launch a new men’s fashion magazine in summer 2010. The as-yet-unnamed magazine will be helmed by former Men’s Vogue publisher Marc Berger and former Women’s Wear Daily editor Ed Nardoza. [MediaPost]

• David Beckham is apparently planning to launch his own clothing range, following his wife Victoria into the fashion world. [Express India]

• Huge Boss will shut down their Cleveland production plant, after months of labor negotiations failed to rescue their Cleveland suit factory. The company will pay the 300 union workers through the end of April, when their contract expires. [WWD]

• Italian winemaker Ecco Domani has selected Prabal Gurung, Joseph Altuzarra of Altuzarra, Ross Menuez of Salvor Projects and Phillipe Rollano and David Trujillo of The Blonds as the winners of the 2010 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation awards. [WWD]

• Kotur, the Hong Kong-based accessories brand that specializes in evening bags and clutches, will launch a line of day bags. The collection takes inspiration from the casual looks of Jerry Hall, Ali MacGraw and Faye Dunaway. [WWD]

• Rumors that Naomi Campbell would be filing for bankruptcy are “completely untrue,” a spokesperson for Campbell has told StyleList. The rumors were rife last week after JC Report tweeted about the possibility.[StyleList]

• Stevie Kemp, a teenage model from Auckland, New Zealand, has been contracted to join the fifteenth season of America’s Next Top Model. America’s Next Top Model recently finished filming their fourteenth season in New Zealand. Her role on the show is not yet clear. [The NZ Herald]

• Tim Gunn and Ellen DeGeneres have been named Man and Woman of the Year by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), honored for their animal-friendly stance. [LA Times]

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