Barneys' annual holiday themes are always attention-getting, whether it's Lady Gaga (2011) or Disney (2012). This year, the store has signed Jay Z, the male half of this year's celebrity power couple, who is curating the Barneys holiday collection of special-edition merchandise from labels including Lanvin, Balenciaga, Proenza Schouler, Moncler and Hublot. [WWD]
A judge in London has granted Rihanna a permanent injunction against Topshop, which sold T-shirts bearing her likeness without her permission. How much she'll be awarded in damages is to be decided. [Telegraph]
Fashion darling Blake Lively plans to start some kind of lifestyle company, she tells British Vogue. Details to come later, but "it's about living a very one-of-a-kind, curated life," she says. Whatever that means. [Vogue UK]
Anthony Vaccarello, one of the first to show during Paris Fashion Week, presented clothes that were "barely there," says Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore. Suitable for rock stars, but not really anyone else. [Los Angeles Times]
Follow Moore's coverage throughout the week on our All the Rage Fashion Week page.
A safari park in Surrey, England reportedly has prohibited visitors from wearing animal prints or skins. It confuses the real animals. [Guardian]
Skype is working with fashion designer Victoria Beckham on a documentary. Skype is to have full access to her design studio for five years to gather material that will then be edited into what the Telegraph calls a "fly-on-the-wall" documentary. [Telegraph]
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