Fashion News Roundup: American Apparel's CEO is Sued Again, Anna Dello Russo Says Its OK to Look Like a Christmas Tree, and Men are Getting More Fashionable

Dov Charney Strikes Again: For the second time this month, Charney, American Apparel's CEO, is being sued for sexual harassment. This time, a 19 year old former employee claims that she went to his home to discuss future job opportunities and Charney undressed her then forced her to perform sexual acts. Charney, of course, denies the claims. {NY Times} Kate and Naomi Set the Record Straight: A new website allows celebrities to correct false information written about them in the press called ICorrect. Kate Moss writes that any Twitter of Facebook account bearing her name are imposters and Naomi Campbell explains a controversial comment she made about the location of the 2018 World Cup. Other participants on the site include Sienna Miller and Tommy Hilfiger. {Vogue UK} For Anna Dello Russo, Fashion Week is Like the Olympic Games: In a video interview on CNN, the Vogue Nippon editor talks about her love of Dolce & Gabbana and Lady Gaga, and admits that she changes outfits three times per day. Of her eccentric wardrobe choices, Russo says "Sometimes I look like a Christmas tree. But it's okay!" {CNN}
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Dov Charney Strikes Again: For the second time this month, Charney, American Apparel's CEO, is being sued for sexual harassment. This time, a 19 year old former employee claims that she went to his home to discuss future job opportunities and Charney undressed her then forced her to perform sexual acts. Charney, of course, denies the claims. {NY Times} Kate and Naomi Set the Record Straight: A new website allows celebrities to correct false information written about them in the press called ICorrect. Kate Moss writes that any Twitter of Facebook account bearing her name are imposters and Naomi Campbell explains a controversial comment she made about the location of the 2018 World Cup. Other participants on the site include Sienna Miller and Tommy Hilfiger. {Vogue UK} For Anna Dello Russo, Fashion Week is Like the Olympic Games: In a video interview on CNN, the Vogue Nippon editor talks about her love of Dolce & Gabbana and Lady Gaga, and admits that she changes outfits three times per day. Of her eccentric wardrobe choices, Russo says "Sometimes I look like a Christmas tree. But it's okay!" {CNN}
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Dov Charney Strikes Again: For the second time this month, Charney, American Apparel's CEO, is being sued for sexual harassment. This time, a 19 year old former employee claims that she went to his home to discuss future job opportunities and Charney undressed her then forced her to perform sexual acts. Charney, of course, denies the claims. {NY Times}

Kate and Naomi Set the Record Straight: A new website allows celebrities to correct false information written about them in the press called ICorrect. Kate Moss writes that any Twitter of Facebook account bearing her name are imposters and Naomi Campbell explains a controversial comment she made about the location of the 2018 World Cup. Other participants on the site include Sienna Miller and Tommy Hilfiger. {Vogue UK}

For Anna Dello Russo, Fashion Week is Like the Olympic Games: In a video interview on CNN, the Vogue Nippon editor talks about her love of Dolce & Gabbana and Lady Gaga, and admits that she changes outfits three times per day. Of her eccentric wardrobe choices, Russo says "Sometimes I look like a Christmas tree. But it's okay!" {CNN}

Marc Jacobs' Thoughts On His Latest Vuitton Collection: Watch Marc and stylist Katie Grand give a live commentary of his Spring 2011 Louis Vuitton show. His favorite look? A red python skirt paired with a black sweater modeled by Anais Pouliot. {Grazia}

Men are Getting Accessorized: Jewelry designers like Pamela Love and Stephen Webster, as well as handbag designers like Rebecca Minkoff are seeing strong sales from their men's accessories. The trend can be in part attributed to e-commerce that makes shopping an easier and more enjoyable experience for men. {WWD, subscription required}

Cathy Horyn on Nicola Formichetti's Mugler Debut: The tough critic does not call the collection genius, but says the show was about "genius in the present moment." {NY Times}