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Nicole Kidman Talks About Her ‘Belly’; Zara Home Launches

• Nicole Kidman covers Harper's Bazaar's November issue. Inside, she says that as she gets older, she worries about the red carpet less and less. "Like, I've always had a little belly. I mean, now that I'm 45, they don't say, 'Oh, she's pregnant!' as much. But I've got skinny arms and legs, and then I've got a little belly." [Harper's Bazaar]

• Zara Home launched in the U.S. today. [SheFinds]

• Model Lily Kwong says she calls her cousin, Joseph Altuzarra, all of the time for advice: "Jos is a very driven person, so his words of wisdom usually boil down to something like: stay true to your vision and stay true to yourself! Not far off from advice I'd get from his mom, my own parents and our brothers — we have a great family." [Fashionista]

• Marni is reportedly looking for an investor to help with retail expansion, and double its sales in five years. [WWD]

• L'Oréal said it's not selling the Body Shop. [WWD

• A Tuscan nursery named a rose after Vivienne Westwood. [WWD]

• Facebook is experimenting with its new "Want" button that lets you make a wish list of merchandise from brands like Victoria's Secret, Michael Kors, and Neiman Marcus. [Fashionista]

• Giorgio Armani will present a collection of pictures that "celebrate water" at this year's Paris Photo convention. [WWD]

• Meryl Streep's daughter, Mamie Gummer, wasn't invited to last month's Alexander Wang show. The designer's publicist explained, "We don't feel like there's enough of an already established relationship between her and the brand." (Excuse us while we go into hiding.) [NYT]

Photo: Terry Richardson/Harper's Bazaar

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