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April 21 2014

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Revisit A Decade of House of Style Memories, And More of Today’s Top Stories

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House of Style is coming back to MTV—naturally, this time around online and on social media. But for those of us old enough to remember the dearly departed original, nothing compares. Luckily, MTV thought of that, too: The channel has put a collection of the best moments from the original 1989-1999 series on a dedicated section of its site, so you can see Jean Paul Gaultier’s 1989 dance single, Winona Ryder discuss French style, and a young Graydon Carter sound off about Spy. Above, a photo from the show’s archives of Cindy Crawford interviewing Linda Evangelista in 1990. [MTV]

Supermodel TV stars of days gone by (that’s Cindy, Rebecca, and Molly of House of Style), meet the supermodel TV stars of today. Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova, and Coco Rocha will be the judges of Oxygen Network’s forthcoming model-search reality show The Face. [Oh So Coco]

Stella McCartney’s “Little Miss Stella” character, who made her first appearance on the designer’s invitations for her Spring 2007 show, is back again, and this time she’s the star. McCartney has turned to the children’s character as inspiration for her new seven-piece kids capsule collection of T-shirts, jumpers, and more, available in Stella stores and online at the end of August. [Telegraph]

EBay is making moves in the fashion industry. The online marketplace has just been named the new multi-season sponsor of the British Fashion Council’s Fashion Forward initiative. The project was designed to aid emerging British designers in developing their businesses in London. [Vogue U.K.]

Photo: Courtesy of MTV

Jet-Setting With Caroline Trentini, And More Of Today’s Top Stories

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Caroline Trentini (pictured) has been missing from the runway for a few seasons now, but her modeling days aren’t completely over. The Brazilian beauty stars in Paule Ka’s Fall ad campaign, shot by Venetia Scott at a mythical airport in Berlin. Trentini looks glamorous with a bouffantlike hairstyle and a crocodile handbag paired with a metallic skirt. She sure knows how totravel in style. [Paule Ka]

Karl Lagerfeld has a big night ahead of him. The designer will unveil his Olympic-themed collection at Selfridges tonight before the items will go on sale tomorrow. The range includes jackets, skinny jeans, and collars, which will be on display alongside Lagerfeld’s new luxury menswear line. Click the link to get a preview of the items and check back for a video from tonight’s event. [Vogue U.K.]

The American Idol judges are playing a serious game of musical chairs. Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler are officially “out” and Mariah Carey is officially “in.” The pop singer and mom of twins will join the show, leading a potential full replacement of judges. “I am so excited to be starting Idol,” Carey said in a recent interview. [Page Six]

Photo: Courtesy of Paule Ka

Spicing Up The Closing Ceremony, And More Of Today’s Top Stories

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The upcoming Olympic games are getting a shot of girl power. Victoria Beckham has confirmed that the Spice Girls (pictured) will be reuniting for the Closing Ceremony, along with a lineup of talents that includes Take That, Sir Paul McCartney, George Michael, and Sir Elton John. According to British publications, the girl group will perform two songs. [Vogue U.K.]

Carine Roitfeld has revealed the first full fashion image from her forthcoming CR Fashion Book. The photo offers a sneak peek at one of the spreads featuring model Juliet Ingleby, shot by Sebastian Faena and styled by Roitfeld herself. CR Fashion Book will hit newsstands on September 13 during New York fashion week. [WWD]

Hedi Slimane was quick to announce his desire to change Yves Saint Laurent to Saint Laurent Paris and now the first images of the house’s rebranding have surfaced, courtesy of Katie Grand. The LOVE editor took to Instagram with a photo of the new “Saint Laurent” typography, which has been flaunted on constructed boards near the brand’s yet-to-open Mercer Street store. [Telegraph]

The newly elected mayor of Paris’ 4th arrondissement, Christophe Girard (who is also the head of fashion strategy of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton), has revealed plans for a new venue for young fashion designers. Starting next January, fresh talent will be able to use the district’s town hall for fashion shows, including couture and men’s, which are scheduled to run from January 16 to January 24. [WWD]

Photo: S. Granitz / WireImage

Brits Take Heels To New Heights, And More Of Today’s Top Stories

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Can you guess who wears the highest heels in Europe? According to a recent study, its the British women who take the cake, with an average heel height of 3.3 inches. Victoria Beckham (pictured) and Cheryl Cole come to mind, leading the pack against French women who come in at 2.4 inches and German women at 2.7. [Vogue U.K.]

Salvatore Ferragamo is following in the footsteps of the likes of Hermès, Armani, and Stella McCartney as the next designer label to outfit athletes for the 2012 Olympics. The Italian brand is designing uniforms for the Republic of San Marino, an independent microstate of Italy. The capsule collection fuses functionality and high-fashion and will be worn at leisure events and galas. [WWD]

Natalia Vodianova truly is beautiful inside and out. Just three days after devastating floods hit the Russian town of Krymsk earlier this month, the model flew to her native country to help out. She assisted with the hauling of bottled water and nappies in an attempt to aid the thousands of people who were left homeless after the natural disaster. [Telegraph]

The Galeries Lafayette is getting ready to host the third edition of its “World’s Biggest Fashion Show.” The department store plans to bring fashion to the streets with a mega catwalk event featuring 400 models on September 18 in Paris. The fashion fête will than move on to other cities in France September 22. [WWD]

Photo: ChinaFotoPress / Getty Images

Isabella Rossellini’s Model Moment, And More Of Today’s Top Stories

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Isabella Rossellini is making her Bulgari campaign debut. The Italian actress was photographed by Annie Leibovitz at her New York studio for images that were inspired by the work of British painter Meredith Frampton. Rossellini is promoting her handbags for the label’s Fall and Spring collections. [WWD]

Vivienne Westwood, the politician? For now, at least. The British designer is set to front an international government campaign with advertisements on giant billboards the world over. The GREAT campaign initiative, announced by Prime Minister David Cameron, is to promote all things British, technology, entrepreneurship, shopping, and music. Westwood will represent the creativity category. [Vogue U.K.]

Jewelry designer Aurélie Bidermann is getting ready to open her first store. The Amalfi Coast-inspired flagship will be located in Paris’ Saint-Germain-des-Près district and will feature colorful decor in turquoise, emerald, yellow, and coral. To celebrate the occasion, Bidermann has designed a limited-edition necklace and bracelet engraved with iconic motifs. [WWD]

The French equestrian team will be riding into the 2012 Olympics in style. The horseback riders will be wearing Hermès riding jackets, designed especially for the games. The luxury label went back to what it knows best, having started out selling saddlery 200 years ago. The jacket is blazer-style, done in navy with red labels in a technical fabric. [Telegraph]

Photo: Courtesy of Bulgari