Viktor & Rolf Touch Pinkie Fingers When They Fly; Inès de la Fressange Talks About Shooting Chanel’s New Campaign

Inès de la Fressange in Chanel's spring 2011 show. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

• Inès de la Fressange on shooting Chanel’s spring-summer advertising campaign, which happened on a rare cold, cloudy day in Saint-Tropez last month: “Suddenly — and this must be the power of Chanel — the sun came out,” she said. [WWD]

Kate Moss’s ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty launched a jewelry line called Albion Trinketry, which consists of fifteen pieces of unisex rings, pendants, necklaces, and bracelets that he created with Hannah Martin, who formerly worked for Cartier. [Style.com]

Viktor & Rolf designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren touch pinkie to pinkie when they fly, out of superstition. Also, they’re shooting an ad campaign for their fourth fragrance, but they won’t talk about it because they think speaking about things in advance is bad luck. [WWD]

Naomi Campbell has been on her best behavior at Art Basel. According to a witness, she gave up her chair for Julian Schnabel at Tony Shafrazi's dinner party: "She jumped out of her seat to kiss him hello, then moved to another seat so he could sit next to Shafrazi." [Page Six/NYP]

• The 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards are scheduled for Monday, June 6, at Alice Tully Hall, and nominees will be unveiled in March. [WWD]

• Grace Coddington wants a puppy for Christmas. Or maybe just another cat. [Fashionista]

Burberry appointed Paul O’Regan as director of marketing and communications for Europe. O’Regan was previously executive vice-president of global communications for Oscar de la Renta. [WWD]

Tory Burch is opening a store on Madison Avenue. [WWD]

Harper’s Bazaar editor Joanna Hillman is doing a monthlong wardrobe diaries feature for the magazine’s blog. So far, her outfits consist of lots of sequins and leopard print. [Harper’s Bazaar]