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August 30 2014

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Lily Safra’s Jewelry Collection To Be Auctioned, Israel Cracks Down On Overly Thin Models, And More…

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Socialite and philanthropist Lily Safra (pictured) is set to put her jewelry collection, which includes 18 JAR jewels that were custom-made for her, on auction at Christie’s Geneva in May. Of the collection, international head of Christie’s jewelry department François Curiel says, “Rare…comprising the very best in all styles, periods, and makers, from the late eighteenth century all the way to modern times. It includes also the largest group of creations by JAR ever to be offered at auction.” [WWD]

Israel has imposed a new law banning extremely thin models from appearing in local ad campaigns in an effort to stop the spread of eating disorders. The law, which was passed yesterday, also mandates that publications say when an altered image is being used. [Huff Po]

The CFDA and eBay’s latest collection of custom “You Can’t Fake Fashion” totes by the likes of Tory Burch and Rachel Roy went up for sale on eBay this morning. In addition to the 76 designer totes, there are four standard styles for sale as well. [Racked]

Jason Wu has revealed that he learned English through reading fashion magazines. Wu, who moved from Taiwan to Canada when he was a kid, tells British Vogue, “I liked the pretty pictures. I just wanted to read more about what I was seeing.” [Vogue U.K.]

Photo: Pascal Guyot / Getty Images

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