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Fashion News: Nicole Richie, Nine West + More

Today in Fashion News: Nicole Richie is launching a line of fine jewelry. Meanwhile, Karen Elson is teaming up with Nine West on an accessories collection.

Fashion News: Nicole Richie, Nine West + More• Nicole Richie is launching a line of fine jewelry under her House Of Harlow 1960 accessories label. Prices will start at $50,000. [Elle]

• When former Sassy and Jane magazine editor Jane Pratt launches her new women’s website next week, it will be under the name “,” not “,” as originally planned. [WWD]

• British model and singer Karen Elson has collaborated with Nine West on a limited edition collection of accessories. The line falls under the Nine West Vintage America Collection label and will launch for fall. [WWD]

• John Galliano will have legal action taken against him today by his former lawyer, Stéphane Zerbib. Galliano recently dismissed Zerbib amid allegations of irregularities in respect to his firm’s administration of Galliano’s financial affairs. Zerbib plans to file a charge of defamation against Galliano. [WWD, NY Post]

• Country singer Keith Urban is reportedly planning to launch a men’s scent. [WWD]

• Adidas has named Stella McCartney as creative director for the 2012 British Olympic team. [WWD]

• Clare Waight Keller, who recently left Pringle of Scotland after six years as its creative director, has been named creative director at Chloé, effective June 1. Waight Keller will replace Hannah MacGibbon, who has been Chloé’s creative director since 2008. MacGibbon will leave the house “to pursue new projects.” [WWD]

• Teen model Karlie Kloss attended her prom last week. [Styleite]

• Beginning in June, the full Leifsdottir line will be sold exclusively through Anthropologie. [Anthropologie]

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 actress Penelope Cruz is on the cover of Vogue magazine’s June 2011 issue. [Styleite]

• Robyn Berkley is leaving Kelly Cutrone’s public relations firm People’s Revolution to take yoga teacher-training classes in Bali. [Inbox]

• Bulgari launched a collection of seven Jewel Charms, fragrances bottled in “miniature objets d’art.” []

• The Met’s Alexander McQueen exhibit reportedly received more visitors on its first day open than any previous Costume Institute show. [NY Times]

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