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Fashion News: Susan Sarandon, Gisele Bundchen + More

Today in Fashion News: Susan Sarandon is in the latest Neiman Marcus campaign. Meanwhile, Gisele Bundchen has come under fire.

Fashion News: Susan Sarandon, Gisele Bundchen + More• Actress Susan Sarandon and her daughter Eva Amurri Martino star in Neiman Marcus’s latest ad campaign. [People]

• Brands including Billy Reid, Prabal Gurung, and Ohne Titel will show their collections in a shared showroom space in Paris as part of the second round of the Americans in Paris program. [WWD]

• Anna Wintour has spoken out about Madonna’s use of the Vogue logo during her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, saying “We’re thrilled and so very grateful to Madonna to have been part of such a spectacular performance.” [NY Mag]

• A new “mini-MBA” program called Design Entrepreneurs NYC has been announced as part of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Fashion NYC 2020 plan. [WWD]

• Beginning with its March issues, Elle China will publish twice a month. [DFR]

• Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen has come under fire after she was overheard criticizing her husband Tom Brady’s New England Patriot teammates. [NY Mag]

• Halston will return to the runway for fall 2013, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer, Ben Malka, has revealed, although the brand is yet to name a new creative director. [WWD]

• A video has surfaced of two people in Florida buying the entire Jason Wu for Target collection from a Target store, with plans to resell it for profit. [Fashionista]

• Karl Lagerfeld guest-edited today’s edition of Metro International, offering up a series of viewpoints under the headline “The World According to Karl.” [Metro]

• Made Fashion Week will today launch an app that will broadcast live images of runway shows and presentations as they take place. [WWD]

• This week, a fleet of New York cabs will be outfitted with technology that allows passengers to purchase luxury beauty products. [WSJ]

• Actor Edward Norton and model Daria Werbowy star in the new campaign for Prada’s LG phone. [Design Scene]

• “People say everything has a limit, but limits do not exist with Madonna,” says Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci of the costumes he designed for Madonna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show performance. [WWD]

• The world’s richest models have been named. [Mail Online]

• A new monthly style and society magazine, Scene, will make its debut on March 1 with Elettra Weidemann on the cover. [WWD]

Photo: Neiman Marcus

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