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Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker, Sephora + More

Today in Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker is no longer involved with Halston. Meanwhile, Sephora now offers a same-day delivery service.

Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker, Sephora + More• Actress Sarah Jessica Parker is no longer involved with Halston. Parker joined Halston in January 2010 as the president and chief creative officer of the Halston Heritage contemporary label. [Vogue]

• Tonight Alexander Wang will launch his fall ready-to-wear promotional video, which features Raquel Zimmermann, with a series of nighttime projections in various New York neighborhoods. [WWD]

• Burberry is launching a new women’s fragrance, Burberry Body, in September. British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the face of the new scent. []

• Courtney Cox is now contributing to [People]

• Belgian designer Dirk Bikkembergs has sold his label to Zeis Excelsa SpA. [WWD]

• Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana is teaming up with Yoox on a global online store that launches today. []

• Giorgio Armani will design the uniforms the Italian Olympic team will wear at the 2012 London Games. Also, Armani is launching a new scent, called La Femme Bleue. [WWD, NY Times]

• Hussein Chalayan will be made an honorary fellow at Central Saint Martins later this month. [Vogue UK]

Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant has a new website. [InStyle]

• LVMH—which controls labels including Dior, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy—has signed a pledge to increase the number of women on its corporate boards in the next ten years. [WWD]

• A video that allegedly featured Marc Jacobs president Robert Duffy undressing was posted on Jacobs’ YouTube channel yesterday, only to be swiftly removed. Duffy is currently at the center of a lawsuit alleging violations of state and city laws based on charges of sexual discrimination. [WWD]

• The second chapter of The Miu Miu Women’s Tales, Muta, a short film by Lucrecia Martel, will launch later this week. [WWD]

• Sephora is launching a same-day delivery service for New York residents. [Stylelist]

• The fourth season of The Rachel Zoe Project will now premiere in September, not August as recently reported. [Bravo]

• British retail chain Topshop removed photos of model Codie Young after critics called her too skinny. [Mail Online]

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