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Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker, 7 For All Mankind + More

Today in Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker is upset Halston CEO Bonnie Takhar has been fired. Meanwhile, Seven For All Mankind is launching a limited edition capsule collection.

Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker, 7 For All Mankind + More• Halston chief executive officer Bonnie Takhar was let go from the fashion house yesterday, a move that reportedly left Halston president and creative director Sarah Jessica Parker in tears. [NY Post]

• Former Lucky creative director Andrea Linett has launched a new website, called I Want To Be Her. The site is an online recreation of Lucky’s Fashion Babble page. [Fashionista]

• Barbra Streisand has transformed her basement into a mall, complete with cobblestone streets and individual storefronts. [Coco Perez]

• Tom Sykes, who co-authored the Isabella Blow biography Blow by Blow with Isabella’s husband, Detmar Blow, is not happy about the launch party Lauren Goldstein Crowe threw for her rival biography, Isabella Blow: A Life in Fashion. [NY Post]

• Dasha Zhukova has resigned from her role as editor in chief of Pop Magazine, a little less than two years after taking over from Katie Grand. A spokesman said she’s leaving to focus on independent digital publish projects in the arts. [@HilaryAlexander, WWD]

• Gisele Bundchen, who closed Balenciaga’s most recent show, is rumored to be starring in the label’s spring 2011 campaign, shot by Steven Meisel. [WWD]

• Australian model Miranda Kerr has put her New York condo on the market for $1.395 million. [WSJ]

• Winter Kate designer Nicole Richie is heading to television in an ABC comedy series that she helped conceptualize and will star in. [EW]

• Seven For All Mankind is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a limited edition capsule collection, an oversize coffee-table book, and a series of events with magazine partners. [WWD]

• Actor Colin Firth has revealed designer/director Tom Ford is planning a second film. “I know whatever it is, it is going to be very different from A Single Man,” said Firth. [Moviefone]

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