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Fashion News: Amanda Seyfried, Armani + More

Today in Fashion News: Amanda Seyfried is the new spokesperson for Clé de Peau Beauté. Meanwhile, Armani plan to make 3-D glasses.

Fashion News: Amanda Seyfried, Armani + More• Actress Amanda Seyfried is the new global spokesperson for Japanese beauty line Clé de Peau Beauté. [People]

• Ben Woodcock, co-founder of Australian label Illionaire, has allegedly left Australia facing drug charges after getting arrested earlier in the year. [Frockwriter]

• Calvin Klein Inc. has turned to Coty Inc., its fragrance licensee, to develop a color cosmetics line for launch in 2012. [WWD]

• Former Elle chief brand officer Carol Smith was fired from her position as vice president and publishing director at Condé Nast yesterday. [NY Times, WWD]

• Both Gucci and Armani plan to make 3-D glasses. Gucci’s will set you back $225, while Armani’s will set you back just $58. [Fashionista]

• Rumors are circulating that supermodel Kate Moss will be fronting an advertisement for Parfums Christian Dior. The advertisement will reportedly be for a lipstick. [WWD]

• Mariah Carey will launch her first lifestyle collection, featuring jewelry, footwear, and fragrance, on HSN on November 29. [WWD]

• The City star Olivia Palermo says she has “moved on” from the reality show. Earlier this week, MTV confirmed that the show will not be returning for a third season. Palermo is making do with other projects: “Hopefully I’ll be releasing a few things in the spring.” [Us Mag]

• Payless ShoeSource plans to expand its beauty brands from two to three this spring with the addition of Sxy, a line that includes body mist, shower gel, eye palettes, lipstick and mascara. [WWD]

• Blogger Tavi Gevinson has written a screenplay for a short film for Givaudan perfumers. The short film stars Julia Restoin-Roitfeld and was produced by Derek Blasberg. [NY Mag]

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