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Baptiste Giabiconi Goes Emo; Giles Deacon on How Designers Stay Relevant

Baptiste Giabiconi does the unthinkable and hides his pretty face with a new emo do in Karl Lagerfeld. Actually, the unthinkable is nothing new for him. [DNA Models]

Todd Lynn, and Giles Deacon on off-season collections: "Cruise collections are like a croissant or tagliatelle — they're the bread and butter of your wardrobe. They're becoming more and more like full collections. Customers want new products through the seasons and you have keep them wanting more. If you want to stay relevant in this industry you have to keep upping the ante." [Vogue UK]

Roberto Cavalli campaign. [Design Scene]

Lacoste’s new creative director, Felipe Oliveira Baptista, plans "to make the brand more real and urban," and "create stories around color, create novelty and use color in a more subtle way to make it more realistic." Also, he found some softer fabrics to use. [Dazed Digital]

• Target plans to open more than 100 stores in Canada by 2013. [WWD]

• Newly engaged models Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic pose together on the cover of the new Russian Vogue. [Fashion Spot]

• Authentic Brands Group LLC has acquired the intellectual property of Marilyn Monroe LLC so they can use her image on apparel, jewelry, cosmetics, and fragrances. [WWD]

• Some rules of Italian style, according to The Wall Street Journal: Socks and underwear must be ironed, designer tracksuits are the only acceptable athletic wear, and there is only one proper way to tie a scarf. [WSJ]

Photo: Courtesy of Dior Homme

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