Emma Watson Got the First Bespoke Burberry Trench Coat, Miranda Kerr Is Selling Her New York Apartment

Miranda Kerr's three-bedroom apartment in the Flatiron district. Photo: Conquest Advisors Real Estate/Venturelli/WireImage

• Emma Watson was given the first Burberry Bespoke trench coat, and she was spotted wearing her khaki version with leather sleeves at Heathrow airport. [Vogue UK]

Here is Tommy Hilfiger's new TV ad, which stars the fictional Hilfiger family. [Official Website]

Miranda Kerr is moving to California, so she’s putting her New York City apartment on the market for $1.395 million. [Modelinia]

• Another disgruntled American Apparel employee has come forward about the company’s unfair hiring practices. [Gawker]

• It looks like Yvan Rodic, the photographer behind popular street-style blog the Facehunter, got a TV deal. Yesterday, he tweeted that he was shooting a New York City episode of The Facehunter Show at Gramercy Park. [Facehunter/Twitter]

• Fancy, sparkly shorts are having a moment, according to WWD. [WWD]

• A character on Gossip Girl is going to intern at W for a few episodes. [WWD]

• Julia Restoin-Roitfeld celebrated her 30th birthday at Indochine earlier this week, and Peter Dundas custom designed her dress. "He was the first one I asked, and he said yes right away. I said, 'I want red and I want lace, and I want it very short — the rest, do whatever you want.' " [Fashionologie]

• Benjamin Kirchhoff of Meadham Kirchoff likes girls who eat carbs. “The idea of women being free is completely neglected at the moment. All the women I know are worried about what people think and how others think they should dress. They don't want to eat carbs because they're worried about how other people will see them. We're quite uncomfortable with the way fashion sometimes promotes that sort of attitude, but hopefully our clothes are a bit more irreverent. We want to make clothes that empower instead of demean." [Vogue UK]

• Fred Segal isn’t really a fan of the clothes he sells. “I’m going to tell you a real secret. Eighty percent of what I sold through the last 50 years I don’t like at all. What does that have to do with it? I’m just one person. We must have what everybody else wants.” [WWD]