Check Out Rachel McAdams’s Vogue Cover; John Galliano to Make More Menswear


• Rachel McAdams appears on the January cover of Vogue. Fashionista writes, "When images of Kate Gosselin pop into your head for even a split second, it’s not a good thing." Ouch, what say you? [Fashionista]

John Galliano is launching menswear as part of his Galliano diffusion line this fall for “trendsetting, extravagant, adventurous” 18- to 35-year-olds. [WWD]

Barneys New York parent company Dubai World received a $10 billion loan from Abu Dhabi yesterday, staving off the possibility that the retailer will be sold (for now). [WWD]

• The Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti collection will be displayed in an informal presentation in Milan this February instead of Ferretti's usual elaborate show. It's unclear whether the designer will be attending New York Fashion Week. [FWD]

• Hermione de Paula won the Vauxhall Fashion Scout Merit Award for fall/winter 2010-11, allowing the Central Saint Martins grad to show her collection at London Fashion Week. [Vogue UK]

• Former Prada exec Michelle Demus is the program director for the new 20,000-square-foot Pure Yoga studio that opens today on the Upper West Side. Though yoga "kept [her] sane" while working in fashion, Prada has its perks: "I miss my clothing allowance, though — that has to be said on the record." [WWD]