Fashion News Roundup: Possible Photoshop Restrictions, Karlie Kloss's Next Top Model and Giorgio Armani Hates On Prada

American Medical Association Finally Addresses Photoshop: The AMA wants to work out restrictions in the advertising industry to "discourage the altering of photographs in a manner that could promote unrealistic expectations of appropriate body image." It's a start--could we hope for magazine editorials and covers next? {Jezebel} Karlie Kloss' Model Competition: The model is teaming up with Mother Model Management, who discovered the 18-year-old in Wisconsin in 2005, to hold a nationwide search for the "next top model" that will end in a charity fashion show and event, hosted by Kloss. {Telegraph} Giorgio Armani Is Not A Fan of Prada: In another case of designer-on-designer hate, Armani bashed Miuccia Prada on her Hong Kong stock debut, saying it was just a way to cover debts. He also said both she and fellow Italians Dolce and Gabbana often turns out "ugly" clothes. {WWD}
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American Medical Association Finally Addresses Photoshop: The AMA wants to work out restrictions in the advertising industry to "discourage the altering of photographs in a manner that could promote unrealistic expectations of appropriate body image." It's a start--could we hope for magazine editorials and covers next? {Jezebel} Karlie Kloss' Model Competition: The model is teaming up with Mother Model Management, who discovered the 18-year-old in Wisconsin in 2005, to hold a nationwide search for the "next top model" that will end in a charity fashion show and event, hosted by Kloss. {Telegraph} Giorgio Armani Is Not A Fan of Prada: In another case of designer-on-designer hate, Armani bashed Miuccia Prada on her Hong Kong stock debut, saying it was just a way to cover debts. He also said both she and fellow Italians Dolce and Gabbana often turns out "ugly" clothes. {WWD}
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American Medical Association Finally Addresses Photoshop: The AMA wants to work out restrictions in the advertising industry to "discourage the altering of photographs in a manner that could promote unrealistic expectations of appropriate body image." It's a start--could we hope for magazine editorials and covers next? {Jezebel}

Karlie Kloss' Model Competition: The model is teaming up with Mother Model Management, who discovered the 18-year-old in Wisconsin in 2005, to hold a nationwide search for the "next top model" that will end in a charity fashion show and event, hosted by Kloss. {Telegraph}

Giorgio Armani Is Not A Fan of Prada: In another case of designer-on-designer hate, Armani bashed Miuccia Prada on her Hong Kong stock debut, saying it was just a way to cover debts. He also said both she and fellow Italians Dolce and Gabbana often turns out "ugly" clothes. {WWD}

Mango's Luscious New Campaign Starring Josephine De La Baume: Absolute love for the red pin-up curls and foxy cat eye on the French model/actress/singer (and Mark Ronson amore). Oh, and the bright printed clothes aren't too shabby either. {Grazia}

Katie Grand On Dating Giles Deacon: The Love Magazine editor spoke briefly with Vogue UK and revealed that her ex-boyf Giles Deacon was the ultimate crush during his time at Central St. Marten's and she felt out-of-place (impossible!) because she was too practical. {Vogue UK}

Lauren Conrad Contributing At...Forbes? Yeah, you heard that right. Conrad's really trying to shed the Hills stigma and get her career taken seriously, and apparently Forbes is her latest attempt. The heavyweight finance mag says her contribution--"lifestyle" advice on how to start and run a fashion business--is part of their attempt to nab a younger audience. Perhaps it will turn out better than her cancelled MTV show. {Styleite}

Daisy Lowe Stars in Stephen Webster's New Ad: The Brit beauty is devastating in a black dress cut to there and wine-red lipstick, accented by Webster's emerald jewels. It's a darker shot than usual for the jewelry brand, but who doesn't love a little noir throwback? {WWD}