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Karl Lagerfeld’s Madame Figaro Out Today; Debenhams Hires Middle-aged Models

• Karl Lagerfeld guest-edited the new issue of Madame Figaro, which comes out today and includes a spread with Heidi Mount, a photographic essay with Olivier Zahm, and a Lagerfeld cutout doll. [WWD]

• U.K. store Debenhams' new campaign stars three middle-aged models (ages 66, 52, and 41) and is meant to target "forgotten women." [Daily Mail UK]

• Manolo Blahnik: "The male reaction to heels is half normal and half perversion, but some men tell me I've saved their marriage. The first thing men look at are a woman's legs, and there is nothing more flattering than high heels." [Vogue UK]

• First, the bad news: Lindsay Lohan no longer seems to be the face of her 6126 fashion line. Now, the good news: Her sister Ali has replaced her. [StyleWatch/People]

Alexander Wang turned his interns' doodles into a print for his spring collection. [Nylon]

Elle's new headquarters at the Time Inc. building will reportedly have an open floor plan, with Robbie Meyers and Joe Zee getting the only private offices. [WWD]

• Brooke Shields can still fit into the Calvin Klein jeans she wore in the brand's campaign when she was 15, even though they now make her look "like a sausage." [NYDN]

• The five-karat Kazanjiam Red Diamond, confiscated by the Nazis during WWII and mistaken for a ruby, went on display yesterday at the American Museum of Natural History. [T Magazine/NYT]

• Comme des Garçons's Rei Kawakubo is teaming up with Paco Rabanne to produce a mysterious "iconic handbag from 1969" for Paris Fashion Week, which will be launched in six Comme des Garçons stores. [WWD]

Photo: Courtesy of 6126

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