Stephanie Pratt May Join The City; Miu Miu’s Fall Campaign Revealed

Photo: Courtesy of Miu Miu

Miu Miu’s fall campaign stars Siri Tollerød, Ginta Lapina, Daphne Groeneveldand, and Lindsey Wixson, and was shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. [Design Scene]

John Galliano inked a deal with Italy’s Isa SpA to produce a collection of scarves and hats. [WWD]

• An exhibition of Mario Testino’s photographs of Kate Moss, titled "Kate Who?," opened last night in London. The images have been blown up to life-size, and will be for sale until July 16. [InStyle UK]

• Now that The Hills is ending, Stephanie Pratt may be joining the cast of The City. We predict lots of MTV-orchestrated drama between Pratt and her ex-best friend, Roxy Olin. [Page Six/NYP]

• In a somewhat confusing casting decision, actress Leslie Bibb appears on the cover of L’Officiel. Inside, she poses in a seedy motel with Evandro Soldati (Lady Gaga's Alejandro). [Design Scene]

Valentino’s archives will be showcased in a 21,500-square-foot building at the Domaine de Wideville, the designer’s seventeenth-century residence outside Paris. [WWD]

• Roger Vivier is working on a contemporary line that incorporates natural materials. The collection, called Rendez-Vous, hits shelves in January. [WWD]

• Repetto is teaming up with Commes des Garçons on a line of pumps. [Telegraph UK]

• Bloomingdale’s is set to open a two-level, 101,000-square-foot store in the Santa Monica Place shopping center this August. [WWD]

• Cathy Horyn on Dior’s haute-couture collection: “There were petal hems and collars and other details that brought to mind a fist of torn petals, or a Knight video image of an exploding flower. Some of the models had their faces lightly wrapped in florist cellophane; the heels of shoes were like a tangle of vines. Although colors were true to nature, and in most cases hand-painted, they sometimes seemed as bright and unnatural as a cell phone image of a Shanghai shopping zone.” [On the Runway/NYT]

Tommy Hilfger will open a 9,000-square-foot flagship in Paris this fall. [WWD]

• Nicolas Sarkozy has been generously handing out Légion d’Honneur medallions to fashion’s boldface names since his 2007 election. Karl Lagerfeld said of the honor, “You can’t turn it down. It would be an insult to France.” [NYT]