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Fashion News: Doutzen Kroes, Heidi Klum + More

Today in Fashion News: Doutzen Kroes wed her longtime boyfriend Sunnery James over the weekend. Meanwhile, Heidi Klum reportedly tried to persuade Tim Gunn to sway the judges’ votes on Project Runway.

Fashion News: Doutzen Kroes, Heidi Klum + More• Dutch model Doutzen Kroes wed her longtime boyfriend Sunnery James in her hometown of Eastermar, the Netherlands, over the weekend. The pregnant bride wore Pronovias, a Spanish label. Kroes and her new husband are honeymooning in Madagascar. [NY Post]

• France’s First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy was tapped to interview Jean Paul Gaultier for a documentary about the designer. The documentary is due to be aired in the New Year as part of TV channel France 5’s “Empreintes” series. [WWD]

• Mario Testino reportedly agreed to give a print of Isabella Blow to the show at Anthropologie at Rockefeller Plaza to celebrate a book signing for Blow by Blow, and then backed out of the deal. [NY Post]

• Melanie Brown, aka Mel B of the Spice Girls, is following in the footsteps of Kristen Bell and Kristin Cavallari as the latest celebrity guest designer for [WWD]

• Rick Owens is working on a personal, non-commercial perfume project with Francis Kurkdjian. Mothball is among the key notes. [WWD]

• Sisley has commissioned an exhibit of 18 hand-painted motorcycle jackets to benefit The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. [WWD]

• Swarovski is launching two new categories—sunglasses and men’s—in late January or early February. [WWD]

• Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Randy Jackson — along with the estate of the late Michael Jackson — are launching their first licensed apparel line under the J5 Collection name, commemorating their decades as The Jackson 5. [WWD]

• Tim Gunn is guest-hosting five episodes of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Meanwhile, rumors have surfaced that Heidi Klum tried to persuade Gunn to sway the judges’ votes on Project Runway. [Jezebel, Styleite]

• Vivienne Westwood is redesigning the Brit Awards trophy. The statuette, which is traditionally silver, will be revamped to include colors. [Vogue UK]

Images: Philip Riches

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