Fashion News Roundup: Olivier Begins to Heal, Garance's First Jobs, Plus British Vogue and British GQ's Beautiful Cover Stars

Inside Kate Moss' 30th British Vogue Cover: British Vogue's next issue will mark the the 30th time Kate Moss has covered the magazine and the 6th time she's covered September in the past 10 years. She looks great on the cover (obviously), showcasing the "minimal chic" look in Burberry. Editor Alexandra Shulman predicts another big trend for Fall will be Fifties full-skirted silhouettes, which will be featured in a story called "God Created Woman". Perhaps we have Mad Men to thank? {Vogue UK} Chelsea's Wedding Dress Being Knocked Off Already: A.B.S. by Allen Schwartz didn't waste any time recreating Chelsea's Vera Wang look and they're knocking off Hillary's ODR gown while they're at it. {The Daily Beast} September 15 to become official Marc Jacobs Day: Not really, but it might as well. This September 15 will mark the designer's Spring '11 runway show, the launch of a new e-commerce site, and the opening of Bookmarc, Jacobs' new bookstore on Bleecker. They also may want to rename the west village Marc Jacobs Village. {The Thread} Olivier Zahm to get closure: Yesterday, poor, sad Olivier gave sympathetic Purple Diary readers hope, as heartbreaker Natacha Ramsay has agreed to come down from her "love escape" in Maine to see him in New York. "This symbolic gesture will help me to peacefully let her go in her new life. I will do my best to start again with the Purple Diary." The only posts between this and the initial break-up post were a picture of clouds, a picture of him and Terry Richardson titled "Love," and a picture of some naked women in the new Purple Book. {Purple Diary}
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Inside Kate Moss' 30th British Vogue Cover: British Vogue's next issue will mark the the 30th time Kate Moss has covered the magazine and the 6th time she's covered September in the past 10 years. She looks great on the cover (obviously), showcasing the "minimal chic" look in Burberry. Editor Alexandra Shulman predicts another big trend for Fall will be Fifties full-skirted silhouettes, which will be featured in a story called "God Created Woman". Perhaps we have Mad Men to thank? {Vogue UK} Chelsea's Wedding Dress Being Knocked Off Already: A.B.S. by Allen Schwartz didn't waste any time recreating Chelsea's Vera Wang look and they're knocking off Hillary's ODR gown while they're at it. {The Daily Beast} September 15 to become official Marc Jacobs Day: Not really, but it might as well. This September 15 will mark the designer's Spring '11 runway show, the launch of a new e-commerce site, and the opening of Bookmarc, Jacobs' new bookstore on Bleecker. They also may want to rename the west village Marc Jacobs Village. {The Thread} Olivier Zahm to get closure: Yesterday, poor, sad Olivier gave sympathetic Purple Diary readers hope, as heartbreaker Natacha Ramsay has agreed to come down from her "love escape" in Maine to see him in New York. "This symbolic gesture will help me to peacefully let her go in her new life. I will do my best to start again with the Purple Diary." The only posts between this and the initial break-up post were a picture of clouds, a picture of him and Terry Richardson titled "Love," and a picture of some naked women in the new Purple Book. {Purple Diary}
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Inside Kate Moss' 30th British Vogue Cover: British Vogue's next issue will mark the the 30th time Kate Moss has covered the magazine and the 6th time she's covered September in the past 10 years. She looks great on the cover (obviously), showcasing the "minimal chic" look in Burberry. Editor Alexandra Shulman predicts another big trend for Fall will be Fifties full-skirted silhouettes, which will be featured in a story called "God Created Woman". Perhaps we have Mad Men to thank? {Vogue UK}

Chelsea's Wedding Dress Being Knocked Off Already: A.B.S. by Allen Schwartz didn't waste any time recreating Chelsea's Vera Wang look and they're knocking off Hillary's ODR gown while they're at it. {The Daily Beast}

September 15 to become official Marc Jacobs Day: Not really, but it might as well. This September 15 will mark the designer's Spring '11 runway show, the launch of a new e-commerce site, and the opening of Bookmarc, Jacobs' new bookstore on Bleecker. They also may want to rename the west village Marc Jacobs Village. {The Thread} Olivier Zahm to get closure: Yesterday, poor, sad Olivier gave sympathetic Purple Diary readers hope, as heartbreaker Natacha Ramsay has agreed to come down from her "love escape" in Maine to see him in New York. "This symbolic gesture will help me to peacefully let her go in her new life. I will do my best to start again with the Purple Diary." The only posts between this and the initial break-up post were a picture of clouds, a picture of him and Terry Richardson titled "Love," and a picture of some naked women in the new Purple Book. {Purple Diary}

Pick and Joos: Fashionista favorite Natalie Joos lists her top five fresh-faced models of the moment. We are pleased to hear from a major casting director that we really are moving away from the trend of three-pound waifs and that we can look forward to seeing more “Girls with a sexier, fuller figure; girls with pretty hair and lips, lips, lips!” {NOWNESS}

Garance's Beginnings: In what appears to be a new occasional feature called My First Times, Garance Doré opens up about her first jobs and how they've contributed to where she is now. They include hilarious things like windsurfing instructor for nudists and selling croissants to sailors, but what we love is that she shows us a timid, hesitant, fumbling (but well-dressed girl) who got herself into an array of scary situations in which she basically had no idea what she was doing. But, she made the best of it and figured it out until it lead to something even better. And this is how people make it in the fashion industry. {Garance Doré}

Christina Talks Joan: British GQ's September issue features a slightly more full-figured cover star than Vogue's. Christina Hendricks looks amazing and is smart and charming as ever as she talks tight clothes, fake smoking, racism and what makes Joan special. {GQ UK}