Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to Stage First Fashion Week Presentation; Yohji Yamamoto Might Close Largest Store

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• Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's line the Row will stage its first presentation at New York Fashion Week in February. Phillip Lim will also stage his first-ever men's fashion show, after his successful first men's presentation last season. [WWD]

Yohji Yamamoto continues downsizing. After closing two New York stores abruptly last week, the label is also considering closing the flagship in Antwerp, Belgium — its largest store in the world. Yamamoto is prolonging the suspension of its men's secondary line, Y's. [WWD]

Alessandro Dell'Acqua will show another label in February, named N° 21. He lost the rights to his namesake brand in June. [Racked]

Narciso Rodriguez, Cynthia Rowley, and Julia Restoin-Roitfeld hosted a fund-raising benefit for Haiti relief this weekend at Thom Bar to raise money for the American Red Cross. [Page Six/NYP]

Anja Rubik stars in the spring Fendi campaign, shot by Karl Lagerfeld. [Design Scene]

Emporio Armani and Reebok are partnering on a collection of apparel and sneakers. It debuted at Emporio Armani's men's show this weekend. [WWD]

Burberry is still rolling in it: sales rose 15.5 percent in the third quarter. [WWD]

• Ivanka Trump has signed on to design shoes for Marc Fisher Footwear, a brand you can find at Macy's. [StyleWatch/People]

• Edun named Sharon Wauchob its new creative director. [WWD]

• Maria Sharapova will design a line of sunglasses for TAG Heuer. [Sassybella]

• The Pierre Hardy boots for Gap are now available online. [Fashionista]