Gisele Launches Online Videos for Kids; Jason Wu’s Pre-Fall Collection Was Inspired by Thirties Paris

Look, it's Gisele in animated form.

• Behold: Gisele’s animated web video series for kids, “Gisele and the Green Team.” [Gisele and the Green Team]

• For his pre-fall collection, Jason Wu was inspired by the street-fashion photos of the Séeberger brothers, who captured Paris society of the thirties. [T Magazine/NYT]

Rebecca Minkoff confessed that she once stood in Union Square handing out postcards and telling strangers to “check out this designer Rebecca Minkoff, she's really hot.” [Fashionista]

• Juicy Couture co-founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor have been dropping hints about their next venture, which will start when their deal with Liz Claiborne, Inc. expires in a few months. “It will reflect the way we dress now,” said Skaist-Levy. “We have outgrown our track suits and grown up.” [WWD]

Jessica Stam was reportedly seen making out with college lacrosse player Charlie Wiggins at a Sunglass Hut event yesterday. [Page Six/NYP]

Donna Karan is opening a 3,000-square-foot Collection store in Las Vegas, at the city’s upscale Crystals at CityCenter retail development. [WWD]

• Hubert de Givenchy is working on a fashion exhibition for the Château de Haroué, an eighteenth-century castle that was built and is still owned by the Beauvau-Craon family in France’s Lorraine region. [WWD]

• Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis shot a Thelma & Louise twentieth-anniversary photo spread for Vanity Fair. [Page Six/NYP]

• Jason Wu is now making his popular “Miss Wu” bag in large and mini sizes. [Style]

Molly Sims donated diapers to Alice + Olivia’s Holiday Toy Drive Party. [Page Six/NYP]