LVMH Wins Millions in Counterfeit Suit; Daphne Guinness Might Expand Her Film Career

• An appeals court upheld a ruling for LVMH, entitling the luxury conglomerate to a payment of $10.8 million from a website and its hosting company responsible for the sale of counterfeit goods. [WWD]

• Daphne Guinness is reportedly launching a film production company. [Page Six/NYP]

• Like Reebok, Skechers is also being investigated for claims that its ShapeUps shoes provide toning benefits. [Fashionista]

• Tod's chief Diego Della Valle took out a full page ad in all of Italy’s daily newspapers criticizing the country’s politicians: “the indecent and irresponsible spectacle that many of you are showing is no longer tolerable.” [WWD]

• Rihanna wore Armani Privé to cover November’s British Vogue. (Remember, she has a contract with Armani to be sexy in their underwear and jeans ads.) [ONTD]

• Enjoy an interview with the calligrapher responsible for the name-writing on most of Paris Fashion Week’s show invitations. [Nowness]