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Stam Sketches, Lacroix Goes With The Grain, And More…

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Jess Stam (pictured) has already got her muse credentials down—she inspired Marc Jacobs’ best-selling Stam bag—but now she’s adding designer to her list of titles. The model revealed (via Twitter, of course) that she’s hard at work on a capsule collection for Rachel Rachel Roy. [Vogue U.K.]

The latest from Lacroix: Four new licenses have already been signed by the company’s new CEO, for eyewear, home textiles, stationery, and decorative wood paneling. Because if there’s one thing we always lamented about the Lacroix atelier, it’s that it wasn’t focused enough on decorative wood paneling. [WWD]

Ermenegildo Zegna is going back to school. After 100 years in the suit-making business, the label has established a master’s program in menswear at Milan’s Istituto Marangoni. [WWD]

And Page Six is gleefully reporting that Linda Evangelista has rented an uptown pied-à-terre—in addition to her downtown loft—to be closer to her son’s school during the week. We hate to dredge up Linda’s famous wouldn’t-get-out-of-bed quote again, but… [Page Six]

Photo: David X. Prutting / PatrickMcMullan.com

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