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Lagerfeld And Weinstein Collaborate In Cannes, And More Of Today’s Top Stories


How would you like to star in a film produced by Harvey Weinstein and directed by Karl Lagerfeld? That dream could become a reality if you are ready to shell out the big bucks. The designer and movie mogul have dreamed up the prize for the highest bidder at the upcoming amfAR AIDS gala in Cannes. [Page Six]

After this weekend, Mark Zuckerberg is going to have to change his status. The Facebook founder, who celebrated his 28th birthday and the launch of the social networking site’s IPO last week, married his longtime girlfriend of nine years (the couple met at Harvard), Priscilla Chan, in the backyard of his house. Chan wore a $4,700 Claire Pettibone dress and Zuck did not wear a hoodie—he wore a suit! [Grazia]

The British Fashion Council is bringing the industry yet another fashion week. Today, officials announced that they are filling the gap between February and September fashion weeks with a new event called the London Collections: Women. Much like the three-day London Collections: Men, this showcase will highlight growing designers selling mainline or Resort collections during this time. [Telegraph]

RIP Robin Gibb. The Bee Gees co-founder, who defined the disco era, died at age 62 on Sunday after a long battle with cancer. [Washington Post]

Michael Kors is set to take Taiwan by storm. Following Wednesday’s announcement of a rapid, five-year expansion in the region, the American designer opened his first store in the booming city of Taipei on Friday. To celebrate the 2,800-square-foot outpost, Kors held a runway show on a specially built runway inside a skywalk bridge with local models showing off looks from the Fall 2012 collection. [WWD]




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