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Azzedine Alaïa Calls John Galliano’s Firing ‘Sad’; Pamela Love to Design for Topshop

• Azzedine Alaïa on John Galliano's ousting from Dior: "It’s sad. He’s a friend. It’s too much: too many collections; too much pressure." [WWD]

Givenchy Couture's new CEO is Susan Whiteley. She replaces Fabrizio Malverdi, who is moving to Dior Homme. [WWD]

• Jewelry designer Pamela Love is collaborating with Topshop. Her first collection for the store will debut next month. [Fashionologie]

• James Franco is on the cover of the new issue of British GQ Style. [DesignScene]

Michael Kors will launch a jewelry line this fall, manufactured under license with Fossil. [WWD]

• Are the knockoffs of the hot Prada creeper shoe that much sillier than the originals? [Refinery29]

Jourdan Dunn features in the latest H&M spring campaign. [Fabsugar]

• Watch the video for Mulberry’s spring 2011 campaign, starring models Lindsey Wixson and Nimue Smit with extensive visual effects and animation. [Stylefile]

• Enjoy a behind-the-scenes video from Oscar de la Renta’s fall 2011 show. Models! Pretty dresses! Etc. [SheFinds]

• The founders of fashion brand Lucky have launched a new store, Civilianaire, in L.A. [Racked]

• Katie Holmes's fashion line, Holmes & Yang, will work with Valextra on a line of handbags. [WWD]

• Lingerie brand Natori, and its sister label Josie by Natori, are donating 10 percent of all sales through April to Red Cross relief efforts in Japan, with a specific focus on the devastated town the brand shares its name with. [Racked]

• For Halloween this year, Nike will release a pair of bloodstained sneakers. [HighSnobiety]

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