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Banana Republic Designs Wine Bottles; LVMH Continues to Make a Pantload

Banana Republic's wine bottles.

• Banana Republic has designed the labels and bottles for a ‘collection’ of Clos du Bois wines. [WSJ]

• LVMH’s sales in the third quarter of this financial year rose by 15 percent — WWD calculated this as gross revenue of over $8.5 billion. [WWD]

• After taking young British designers to New York to showcase their work earlier in the year, the British Fashion Council is making a similar trip to the West Coast, and Los Angeles, specifically, as part of the London ShowRooms series. The designers on display in L.A. include Erdem, Peter Pilotto, and Mary Katrantzou. [Vogue UK]

• The Coveteur took pictures of of Rachel Zoe’s headquarters, focusing mainly on her color-coordinated shoe arrangements. [Coveteur]

• Theophilus London says he’s working on a jewelry collection. [Stylelist]

Jean Paul Gaultier has collaborated with Champagne brand Piper-Heidsieck on two new bottles, one of which is covered in fishnet. [Refinery29]

Adam Kimmel shot a short film of David Blaine wearing one of his suits while swimming with sharks. No menswear pieces were harmed in the making of the video, though obviously lots did get a bit wet. [Stylefile]

• Shannen Doherty’s wedding dress was designed by Monique Lhuillier. [Us]

• For her appearance on The View on Friday, Gayle King wore a different shoe on each foot because she couldn’t agree with her stylist which pair would be better. Helena Bonham Carter she is not. [HuffPo]

• Paris Hilton walked the runway in a show during Ukraine’s Fashion Week. [Fashionista]

Photo: Courtesy of Clos du Bois/Banana Republic

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