Fashion News Roundup: Sienna Strips, Golden Alexa, Five Days of Vogue

Mario's Charity Work: Mario Testino's shot this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign. Kylie Minogue, Claudia Schiffer and Sienna Miller sta
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Mario's Charity Work: Mario Testino's shot this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign. Kylie Minogue, Claudia Schiffer and Sienna Miller sta
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Mario's Charity Work: Mario Testino's shot this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign. Kylie Minogue, Claudia Schiffer and Sienna Miller star, and a handful of designers have created exclusive pieces for the charity. They're hoping to raise £1 million. {FTBC via VogueUK}

Black & White: If you haven't been clicking on the Sartorialist lately, you're missing some amazing old photographs. Scott's giving away a few of Phoebe Philo's inspiration books from Céline, and asking readers to send in particularly fashionable family photographs. Scroll down through "Swimwear" and "The Friends" to "Big Man Walking" -- it's our favorite so far. {Sartorialist}

The Golden It-Bag: This past fashion week officially cemented the Alexa's it-bag status -- everyone from Gloria Baume to Hanneli carried it from New York to Paris -- and now Emma Hill's made a more exclusive version. Mulberry's produced 40 of the scratched gold leather edition for Selfridges. They'll sell both online and at the store's Oxford Street location for £795. {Selfridges}

Margiela Thrift: Vogue asked freelance fashion assistant, aka former Hills super intern, to document five days worth of outfits. She favors Wang, Margiela and vintage florals. {Vogue}

Ginger Songs: Karen Elson's been performing with Sarah Sophie Flicker and the Citizen's Band for years, plus she's married to Jack White, but now she's working on becoming an even more serious musician. She performed at SXSW and Le Poisson Rouge last week (Grace Coddington was in the audience) and she's looking forward to going on tour. She says, "I only hope I can improve the idea of model-slash-anything." {NYTimes}