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Fashion News: Rachel Bilson, Rebecca Taylor + More

Today in Fashion News: Actress Rachel Bilson has been named as Sunglass Hut’s first eyewear ambassador. Meanwhile, Rebecca Taylor is launching a legwear collection for fall.


• Actress Rachel Bilson (pictured) has been named as Sunglass Hut’s first eyewear ambassador. [WWD]

• Agyness Deyn’s younger sister Emily Deyn has designed a range of tees featuring Polaroid photos of her sister. The collection will be in Uniqlo stores on Friday. [Grazia UK]

• British soul singer Joss Stone will produce a capsule collection for Nine West Vintage America. Available for Fall 2010, the collection will benefit the Soles4Souls charity. [WWD]

• Celebrity stylist Annabel Tollman is the new “brand ambassador” for Fashion.Ebay.com. [WWD]

• Emanuel Ungaro has lost its menswear designer, Franck Boclet, just days after the departure of womenswear designer, Estrella Archs. Meanwhile, JC Report editor Jason Campbell tweeted over the weekend that Giles Deacon has been confirmed as the latest Ungaro designer, despite denials from Deacon himself. [Drapers Online, Fashionista, Vogue UK]

• Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone have reportedly split. Martone denied split rumors earlier this month. [NY Post]

• Net-A-Porter will launch a denim boutique on Wednesday, stocking brands like Superfine and J Brand. [Elle UK]

• Oh No They Didn’t is claiming that Kimora Lee Simmons photoshopped her face onto Daria Werbowy’s body for her new fragrance campaign. [ONTD]

• Rebecca Taylor is launching a legwear collection for fall. The collection will include tights in ‘stormy lilac, midnight and olive,’ with crystallized Swarovski elements applied to each pair. [WWD]

• Shoe company Havaianas has designed a Swarovski crystal-covered flip flop for spring, priced at $120. [WWD]

• Stylist Lori Goldstein is rumored to be styling Vogue’s CFDA editorial this week. [Fashionista]

• Tamara Mellon has a new title at Jimmy Choo: founder and chief creative officer. Her previous title was founder and president. [WWD]

• Teen Vogue is developing a new television show, according to editor-in-chief Amy Astley. [Fashionista]

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