Laetitia Casta Covers French Vogue; Mila Kunis’s Latest Dior Ads Are Out

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Mila Kunis appears in another campaign for Dior, this time for the brand's "Summerset" eyewear spring/summer 2012 collection. [Catwalk Queen]

Laetitia Casta covers the May issue of French Vogue. [Design Scene]

• The Italian Stock Exchange accepted Brunello Cucinelli's request for an initial public offering. The label will likely make its primary listing next month. [Reuters]

Isaac Mizrahi signed more new licensing deals to make outerwear and bridalwear. His offerings will apparently include a gingham wedding dress. [WWD]

• Chloë Moretz covers Seventeen magazine. [Just Jared]

New York City officials released the Fashion NYC2020 report on Tuesday, highlighting ways to bolster the city's fashion industry. [WWD]

• Liv Tyler's younger sister Chelsea models for denim label Siwy's fall 2012 lookbook. [Byrne Notice]

• Gareth Pugh says the best piece of advice he's ever received came from Rick Owens: "To learn how to say 'no' ... because sometimes there are more important things than work." Amen. [Fashionologie]

Adidas plans to trim its product line by 25 percent. A company spokeswoman notes the brand currently has a roster of 46,897 designs, so you'll still have lots of sneakers to choose from after cuts are made. [WWD]

Chloe Green will unveil her debut shoe collection at a fancy party held at the Arts Club in Mayfair on April 17. [Vogue UK]

Levi's profits rose 21 percent this quarter thanks to cuts in promotional, sales-related, and administrative costs. [WWD]

One of Kate Middleton's favorite British high street brands, Warehouse, will launch a U.S. e-commerce site on April 24. [SheFinds]

Jason Binn's latest magazine, Du Jour, will print its first issue in September, in partnership with Gilt Groupe and Hudson News Media’s James Cohen. Elle.com editorial director Keith Pollock is reportedly leaving his post to join as co-editor. [NYP]

And event planner Barton G. Weiss launches a new magazine called Vault. [WWD]