Fashion News Roundup: Anna and Marc do Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Doonan Leaves the Observer for Slate, and Harmony Korine Creates a Film For Proenza Schouler

Doonan Leaves Observer: The creative director of Barney's has written a column for the New York Observer for the past 10 years but he's leaving print for the greener pastures of online at Slate. It's a great coup for Slate. Can't wait to read him over there. Hope he keeps writing gems like this. {Business Insider} Anna Does Late Night: Anna Wintour and Marc Jacobs were on Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about Fashion's Night Out. When the conversation steered away from FNO, Wintour promptly brought FNO back to the forefront. Other highlights? Wintour complaining about Gaga performing late at the last Met Gala because she was too busy "communing with god," and Marc Jacobs flubbing his words a bit on why he's in a sling in Vogue's September issue promoting FNO: "But, unfortunately, or fortunately, one can't say no to Anna." So he got off his morphine drip and posed. {theCut} Brits to Watch: The British Fashion Council (the UK's version of the CFDAs) has released their list of nominees. Among them: Victoria Beckham and Burberry for designer brand, Lara Stone and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for models, and for the all important designer of the year award, it's between Christopher Kane, Erdem and Phoebe Philo for Céline. {Daily Front Row}
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Doonan Leaves Observer: The creative director of Barney's has written a column for the New York Observer for the past 10 years but he's leaving print for the greener pastures of online at Slate. It's a great coup for Slate. Can't wait to read him over there. Hope he keeps writing gems like this. {Business Insider} Anna Does Late Night: Anna Wintour and Marc Jacobs were on Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about Fashion's Night Out. When the conversation steered away from FNO, Wintour promptly brought FNO back to the forefront. Other highlights? Wintour complaining about Gaga performing late at the last Met Gala because she was too busy "communing with god," and Marc Jacobs flubbing his words a bit on why he's in a sling in Vogue's September issue promoting FNO: "But, unfortunately, or fortunately, one can't say no to Anna." So he got off his morphine drip and posed. {theCut} Brits to Watch: The British Fashion Council (the UK's version of the CFDAs) has released their list of nominees. Among them: Victoria Beckham and Burberry for designer brand, Lara Stone and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for models, and for the all important designer of the year award, it's between Christopher Kane, Erdem and Phoebe Philo for Céline. {Daily Front Row}
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Doonan Leaves Observer: The creative director of Barney's has written a column for the New York Observer for the past 10 years but he's leaving print for the greener pastures of online at Slate. It's a great coup for Slate. Can't wait to read him over there. Hope he keeps writing gems like this. {Business Insider}

Anna Does Late Night: Anna Wintour and Marc Jacobs were on Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about Fashion's Night Out. When the conversation steered away from FNO, Wintour promptly brought FNO back to the forefront. Other highlights? Wintour complaining about Gaga performing late at the last Met Gala because she was too busy "communing with god," and Marc Jacobs flubbing his words a bit on why he's in a sling in Vogue's September issue promoting FNO: "But, unfortunately, or fortunately, one can't say no to Anna." So he got off his morphine drip and posed. {theCut}

Brits to Watch: The British Fashion Council (the UK's version of the CFDAs) has released their list of nominees. Among them: Victoria Beckham and Burberry for designer brand, Lara Stone and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for models, and for the all important designer of the year award, it's between Christopher Kane, Erdem and Phoebe Philo for Céline. {Daily Front Row} Proenza Schouler Act Da Fool: Renowned director Harmony Korine created a short film, Act Da Fool, featuring Proenza Schouler's A/W 2010 Collection. Mel Otternberg styled. {Proenza Schouler}