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Madonna’s ‘Girl Gone Wild’ Video Deemed Too Wild; Valentino Turns 50

• Madonna’s “Girl Gone Wild” video has been banned from open view on YouTube for being too raunchy. [Vulture]

Valentino (the label, not the man) celebrates its 50th birthday with an exclusive capsule collection for Colette. [Vogue Paris]

• Dakota Fanning covers Wonderland magazine with what might be a taxidermied white mouse popping out from under her hat. [Styleite]

Rachel Comey launches an e-commerce site this week. [WWD]

• The Model Alliance and the Freelancers Union have teamed up to pass a law which would protect models and other freelancers in New York from clients who won't pay up. [Model Alliance

• A body language expert analyzes designer bows from the fall 2012 shows — Alber Elbaz is enjoying the spotlight, while Miuccia Prada is apparently uncomfortable. [AnOther Mag]

• Starting tomorrow, Hong Kong-based boutique Lane Crawford will sell an exclusive collection of runway accessories — pieces that either did not go into production or were put into limited production and distribution. [WWD]

Hermès tapped Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto to create a line of limited-edition silk scarves. [WWD]

Marc Jacobs designed a "Wanted" poster for the person who stole his spring collection a few months ago. "The thief is still at large and is now considered dressed to kill," reads the ad, which is also featured on a T-shirt. [The Shophound]

• See AnnaSophia Robb as a young Carrie Bradshaw, filming a scene from the forthcoming adaptation of The Carrie Diaries outside Century 21. [ONTD]

Lindsey Wixson covers the new issue of Numero Tokyo. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

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