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Fashion News: Sofia Coppola, Sephora + More

Today in Fashion News: Sofia Coppola is directing the Marni for H&M campaign. Meanwhile, Sephora will soon offer on-site skin evaluations.

Fashion News: Sofia Coppola, Sephora + More• H&M has tapped director Sofia Coppola to direct the advertising film and campaign for its upcoming collection with Marni. [WWD]

• In addition to designing the Claridge’s Christmas tree, Alber Elbaz has created a short film for the iconic hotel. [Vogue UK]

• Designers Jonathan Saunders, Mary Katrantzou, Roksanda Ilincic and Peter Pilotto have been shortlisted to win next year’s BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund. [Vogue UK]

• The fashion show calendar debate has reignited, with France’s Chambre Syndicale voting unanimously to stick to its planned dates for 2013 and 2014. [Vogue UK]

• Global shopping extravaganza Fashion’s Night Out will return in 2012, despite rumors to the contrary. Dates are yet to be confirmed. [WWD]

• For the first time, Levi’s will show its core collections during New York Fashion Week in February. [WWD]

• Shares in Michael Kors Holdings Ltd. were priced at $20 a share on Wednesday night, coming in a little higher than initially projected. To celebrate, Michael Kors rang the opening bell at the NYSE this morning. [WWD]

• The Four Seasons Resort in Wailea, Maui is teaming up with Missoni. [HauteLiving]

• Nicky Hilton has revealed she is working on an apparel label with an unnamed designer. [WWD]

• Prabal Gurung plans to launch a beauty line in the future. [Fashionista]

• Valentino is unsure if Raf Simons is the right person for the Dior job. [Vogue UK]

• Thanks to new technology, select Sephora stores will soon offer on-site skin evaluations. [WWD]

• Vera Wang is reportedly planning to launch a line of tuxedos with The Men’s Wearhouse Inc. [WWD]

• A new report is suggesting that the cotton used in Victoria’s Secret underwear was picked by abused children. [Bloomberg]

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