• Michelle Obama wore a dress designed by Reed Krakoff in her second official White House portrait. [WWD]

  • Eyewear brand Warby Parker is in talks with Google to design fashionable frames for the Internet giant's high-tech glasses. [The New York Times]

  • JCPenney will launch an exclusive line of dresses, Pearl by Georgina Chapman of Marchesa, next month. The pieces will range from $50 to $250. [Racked]

  • After allegedly committing murder last week, Oscar Pistorius is no longer the face of Thierry Mugler's A*Men fragrance. [WWD]

  • Ruth La Ferla is the latest writer to offer up her opinion on all the sartorial peacocking at Fashion Week: "Who can fault them if they embrace the occasion as a continuous photo op?" She wrote. "[In] an era with video streaming, Instagram, Tumblr, and Vine have only redoubled the impact of an exotically eye-catching look." [The New York Times]

    Read on for more daily news bits.

    • The latest version of Stella McCartney's Falabella bag incorporates wool straight from the sheep at her farm in England. [Telegraph]

    • Meanwhile, Hermès's new Kelly bag and Chanel's pearl-encrusted purses top Miroslava Duma's list of Spring's best accessories. [Editorialist]

    • Paper-Cut-Project has created seven wigs and some very intricate backdrops for Red Valentino's Milan boutique. [Stylesight]

    • Amber Le Bon's favorite piece of fashion advice comes courtesy of her father, Simon Le Bon: "Always check your fly." [Destination Kors]

    • Contemporary brand Comptoir des Cotonniers will collaborate with Paris-based Calla on a capsule collection to debut worldwide in Comptoir des Cotonniers stores this April. [WWD]

    • "If there were no models, I couldn't do my shows," Jean Paul Gaultier revealed in a recent interview with Coco Rocha. "[They] make my shows real — I love that." [Glamour]

    • Jewel-mining company Gemfields has tapped Mila Kunis as its brand ambassador. [PS Fashion News Inbox]