Blake Lively sat front row at Gucci as Milan Fashion Week got underway and an inspired Italian photographer used digital filters to snap this arty shot. It was her first visit to Milan for the actress, who is the face of Gucci's Premiere fragrance. [WWD]
Stuart Weitzman is launching a new advertising campaign that features Kate Moss walking around London to the strains of Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made for Walking." A 2½-minute version of the film will be shown at Weitzman's flagship in Milan on Thursday night. [WWD]
Nina Garcia, creative director at Marie Claire and a judge on "Project Runway," has been tapped by Quarterly Co. to select items to be sent to subscribers in gift boxes every three months, the company announced. Read more about it on Garcia's website.
Tavi Gevinson, who came to fame as a teen fashion blogger, has her first big screen acting role in "Enough Said," which stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late James Gandolfini. So the former fashionista skipped New York Fashion Week in favor of the Toronto Film Festival. [The Cut]
The French Senate passed legislation to ban child beauty pageants. The bill must still go to the lower house for approval, the Associated Press reports. The proposed ban is an effort to stop the sexualization of children. [New York Daily News]
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