Fashion News Roundup: See The ANTM All-Stars, Beyoncé Lands Another Cover and Elle Fanning vs. Alexa Chung

Daphne Guinness Gets an Exhibit at The Museum at FIT: Opening on September 16 (when NYFW ends), the exhibit will showcase 100 selections from Guinness' personal collection in a space designed to look like her Manhattan apartment. If anything could follow McQueen, this is it. Ends January 7. {Racked} Beyoncé Is A Sexy Feminist On The Cover of Harper's Bazaar UK: Bey proves that feminism can definitely be hot, although she admits the word itself isn't and wants to create a new, more appealing label. Her suggestion: "bootylicious". Yes. {Huffington Post} Meet The ANTM All-Stars: Hell yeah, I see you Shannon form Cycle 1. Our fave modeling show is bringing back their (second) best of the best for another season later this fall. Practice your smize! {US Weekly} Gucci Announces Nominees For First "Women In Cinema" Awards: In her second collaboration with the Venice Film Festival, Frida Giannini will award a prize to a woman for outstanding acheivement in film-making on September 2. Nominees come from every part of the film industry, including Tree of Life's Jessica Chastain. {Telegraph}
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Daphne Guinness Gets an Exhibit at The Museum at FIT: Opening on September 16 (when NYFW ends), the exhibit will showcase 100 selections from Guinness' personal collection in a space designed to look like her Manhattan apartment. If anything could follow McQueen, this is it. Ends January 7. {Racked} Beyoncé Is A Sexy Feminist On The Cover of Harper's Bazaar UK: Bey proves that feminism can definitely be hot, although she admits the word itself isn't and wants to create a new, more appealing label. Her suggestion: "bootylicious". Yes. {Huffington Post} Meet The ANTM All-Stars: Hell yeah, I see you Shannon form Cycle 1. Our fave modeling show is bringing back their (second) best of the best for another season later this fall. Practice your smize! {US Weekly} Gucci Announces Nominees For First "Women In Cinema" Awards: In her second collaboration with the Venice Film Festival, Frida Giannini will award a prize to a woman for outstanding acheivement in film-making on September 2. Nominees come from every part of the film industry, including Tree of Life's Jessica Chastain. {Telegraph}
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Daphne Guinness Gets an Exhibit at The Museum at FIT: Opening on September 16 (when NYFW ends), the exhibit will showcase 100 selections from Guinness' personal collection in a space designed to look like her Manhattan apartment. If anything could follow McQueen, this is it. Ends January 7. {Racked}

Beyoncé Is A Sexy Feminist On The Cover of Harper's Bazaar UK: Bey proves that feminism can definitely be hot, although she admits the word itself isn't and wants to create a new, more appealing label. Her suggestion: "bootylicious". Yes. {Huffington Post}

Meet The ANTM All-Stars: Hell yeah, I see you Shannon form Cycle 1. Our fave modeling show is bringing back their (second) best of the best for another season later this fall. Practice your smize! {US Weekly}

Gucci Announces Nominees For First "Women In Cinema" Awards: In her second collaboration with the Venice Film Festival, Frida Giannini will award a prize to a woman for outstanding acheivement in film-making on September 2. Nominees come from every part of the film industry, including Tree of Life's Jessica Chastain. {Telegraph}

eBay Is Launching An Online Fashion Outlet: The "virtual outlet shopping mall" will launch on September 19 and have discounts up to 60%. Mimicking a real mall, each retailer will design and operate its own "boutique" under eBay's platform. Early sign-ons include Neiman Marcus Last Call, William Rast and Brooks Brothers, among others. {WWD, subscription required}

Elle Fanning Really Wants To Be Alexa Chung: The pint-size celeb/ budding fashion darling expressed her worship of Alexa Chung in the new issue of LOVE and this comparative slideshow of Fanning/Chung outfits proves she's channeling her idol hardcore. Question is, who wears it better? {Grazia}

WWD Revamps Their Website: As a celebration of their 101-year anniversary, today WWD unveiled their redesigned website. It's white and pretty and easier to navigate; I think John Fairchild would approve. {WWD, subscription required}

Luxury Spending Is Up: The NY Times reports that you can't keep a good Chanel suit down. Despite the still-floundering economy, those with means are returning to stores with a less-is-more approach, investing in expensive, quality pieces (rather than buying cheap stuff in bulk). {NY Times}

See Dazed & Confused's Katie Schillingford's Crazy Gareth Pugh Wedding Dress: It was expected that the fashion editor would have a wedding about as normal as her pale pink hair. Her bestie from college, Gareth Pugh, made her long-sleeved, sheared wedding gown and gold after-party dress, and the ceremony was held in Greenwich at Henry VIII's childhood home. Most fashionable wedding ever. {Styleite}

Hayden-Harnett's Custom Scarf Service: Called "Bespoke Scarf", the service allows you to take any photo (even from a camera phone) and have it printed on a scarf. They come in various sizes and you can choose from either silk chiffon or sandwashed silk. Ranging from $110 to $198, it's the perfect price for a one-of-a-kind item. {The Gloss}