Vanessa Steward Designs A.P.C. Denim Collection

Iris Apfel's Personal Style Mantra; Topshop's New Collaboration

Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.

  • To celebrate the release of her book, Grace: A Memoir, Grace Coddington will field questions from Vogue's Twitter account (@VogueMagazine) tomorrow, Nov. 20. [WWD]
  • The iPad is becoming the key to luxury ecommerce success. [WWD]
  • British designer Emma Cook's whimsical collection of apparel and home decor for Topshop will be available Dec. 6. [Elle]
  • See by Chloé design director Laure de Sade has left the company. It is not known what her next move will be. [Vogue UK]
  • Chris Burch, founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital, has announced that he is slowing down the development of two nascent brands to focus on growing his other labels, C. Wonder and Monika Chiang. [WWD]
  • Stella McCartney has designed a White Ribbon badge to run during a two-week campaign for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on Nov. 25. [Vogue UK]
  • Hugo Guinness says that humor is his main source of inspiration for his artwork, which is currently being featured in a line of accessories for Coach. [FashionEtc]
  • Anna Karenina costume designer Jacqueline Durran says 1950s couture inspired the movie's costumes because it has "a stark, architectural approach which doesn't involve a lot of surface detail but at the same time captures a kind of romanticism." [Fashionista]
  • The Maison Martin Margiela for H&M collection hasn't sold out yet. [Racked]
  • Jordi Constans is the new CEO of Louis Vuitton, replacing Yves Carcelle. [WWD]
  • Vanessa Steward's second capsule collection for A.P.C. will expand into the company's bread and butter: denim. [Style.com]
  • Iris Apfel's personal style mantra is "more is more and less is a bore!" [Fashionista]

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