Fashion News Roundup: Alber Spreads Romance, One Royal Chooses Her Wedding Dress, and Jimmy Choo for Dudes

Alber Elbaz Steals Our Heart Again: To celebrate the upcoming summer wedding of Prince Albert of Monaco to Charlene Wittstock, Elbaz has teamed up with the Hotel Métropole Monte-Carlo in Monaco to create a romantic package for two that features Elbaz-designed cocktails and treats, a Lanvin Gift, and helicopter ride over the French Riviera. Swoon. {Vogue UK} Jimmy Choo For Dudes: All the men out there who have ever envied a woman's shoe collection can now sport their own Jimmy Choo's. Tamara Mellon has designed a men's line that includes a range of high tops, biker boots, gentleman's evening slippers, and even those croc Hunter wellies. The collection will be available to order online in July. {Telegraph} An Abrupt End to Tao Comme Des Garcons: Tao Kurihara’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection shown in Paris last October will unfortunately be her last. The designer will instead focus on the Tricot Comme Des Garcons label shown twice a year in Tokyo. {Fashionologie}
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Alber Elbaz Steals Our Heart Again: To celebrate the upcoming summer wedding of Prince Albert of Monaco to Charlene Wittstock, Elbaz has teamed up with the Hotel Métropole Monte-Carlo in Monaco to create a romantic package for two that features Elbaz-designed cocktails and treats, a Lanvin Gift, and helicopter ride over the French Riviera. Swoon. {Vogue UK} Jimmy Choo For Dudes: All the men out there who have ever envied a woman's shoe collection can now sport their own Jimmy Choo's. Tamara Mellon has designed a men's line that includes a range of high tops, biker boots, gentleman's evening slippers, and even those croc Hunter wellies. The collection will be available to order online in July. {Telegraph} An Abrupt End to Tao Comme Des Garcons: Tao Kurihara’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection shown in Paris last October will unfortunately be her last. The designer will instead focus on the Tricot Comme Des Garcons label shown twice a year in Tokyo. {Fashionologie}
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Alber Elbaz Steals Our Heart Again: To celebrate the upcoming summer wedding of Prince Albert of Monaco to Charlene Wittstock, Elbaz has teamed up with the Hotel Métropole Monte-Carlo in Monaco to create a romantic package for two that features Elbaz-designed cocktails and treats, a Lanvin Gift, and helicopter ride over the French Riviera. Swoon. {Vogue UK}

Jimmy Choo For Dudes: All the men out there who have ever envied a woman's shoe collection can now sport their own Jimmy Choo's. Tamara Mellon has designed a men's line that includes a range of high tops, biker boots, gentleman's evening slippers, and even those croc Hunter wellies. The collection will be available to order online in July. {Telegraph}

An Abrupt End to Tao Comme Des Garcons: Tao Kurihara’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection shown in Paris last October will unfortunately be her last. The designer will instead focus on the Tricot Comme Des Garcons label shown twice a year in Tokyo. {Fashionologie} Peter Copping's First Ad For Nina Ricci Unveiled: The colorful ad shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin was inspired by girls on the go like Julia Restoin Roitfeld. {WWD, subscription required.}

Charlene Wittstock Chooses Giorgio Armani: Armani revealed that he will design Wittsock's wedding dress for her July wedding to Prince Albert of Monaco. Now we're just waiting on you, Kate! {People}

Tough Times For Kenneth Cole: Kenneth Cole will not only be shuttering eight of their full priced stores this spring, but their 17,000-square-foot flagship store in Rockefeller Center as well. {WWD, subscription required}

Daisy Lowe To Design Swimwear For Curvy Girls: Daisy Lowe will design a line of swimwear for the low-priced Brit chain Peacock. The collection garners inspiration from curvaceous fifties pin up girls and style icons like Bettie Page and Sophia Loren and will be available in sizes 4-12. {Grazia UK}