Fashion News Roundup: Ali Lohan Aging Gracefully, Daphne Guinness For MAC, and a Booty-ful Model Bites Back at AA

Ali Lohan's Agency Says She Didn't Have Plastic Surgery: There's been a lot of speculation that Lindsay's little sis, now a model for Next, went under the knife (see then-and-now photos). However, the agency director at Next issued a statement denying the rumors, saying the drastic change was due to natural aging. Do you believe it? {Us Weekly} Daphne Guiness For M.A.C. The inimitable icon is partnering with M.A.C. for a line of 24 cosmetics. It launches December 26 and will hit stores in January. {WWD} Marc Jacobs' Blondie Pop-Up Shop: Next Tuesday the designer will turn his Bleeker Street boutique into a tribute pop-up for his longtime friend Debbie Harry, where the new Blondie album and various fan items will be sold, including exclusive $35 T-shirts. {WWD}
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Ali Lohan's Agency Says She Didn't Have Plastic Surgery: There's been a lot of speculation that Lindsay's little sis, now a model for Next, went under the knife (see then-and-now photos). However, the agency director at Next issued a statement denying the rumors, saying the drastic change was due to natural aging. Do you believe it? {Us Weekly} Daphne Guiness For M.A.C. The inimitable icon is partnering with M.A.C. for a line of 24 cosmetics. It launches December 26 and will hit stores in January. {WWD} Marc Jacobs' Blondie Pop-Up Shop: Next Tuesday the designer will turn his Bleeker Street boutique into a tribute pop-up for his longtime friend Debbie Harry, where the new Blondie album and various fan items will be sold, including exclusive $35 T-shirts. {WWD}
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Ali Lohan's Agency Says She Didn't Have Plastic Surgery: There's been a lot of speculation that Lindsay's little sis, now a model for Next, went under the knife (see then-and-now photos). However, the agency director at Next issued a statement denying the rumors, saying the drastic change was due to natural aging. Do you believe it? {Us Weekly}

Daphne Guinness For M.A.C. The inimitable icon is partnering with M.A.C. for a line of 24 cosmetics. It launches December 26 and will hit stores in January. {WWD}

Marc Jacobs' Blondie Pop-Up Shop: Next Tuesday the designer will turn his Bleeker Street boutique into a tribute pop-up for his longtime friend Debbie Harry, where the new Blondie album and various fan items will be sold, including exclusive $35 T-shirts. {WWD}

FNO In London, Paris and New York: See which celebrities turned up where in the top fashion cities. {Telegraph}

Peep Hussein Chalayan's New Diffusion Line: Called Chalayan Grey Line, it's a capsule collection of key pieces from the main Chalayan line-- simple shift dresses and loose cottons done in greys and whites--but more wearable and lower priced (tops start at $140). It will be shown to buyers at NYFW from The News showroom. {Grazia}

Read: Opening Ceremony's Humberto Leon and Carol Lim Talk About Reviving Kenzo: The New York-based design duo is currently focusing on a "re-invention" of the 1970's brand Kenzo for Spring/Summer. The collection will have a global feel with a definite Asian influence - a reflection of Leon and Lim's heritage, as well as Kenzo's Japanese founder. {NY Times}

A Plus-Size Girl Takes On American Apparel: AA launched a plus-size model call that was slightly offensive to some curvy girls; Nancy Upton threw it back in their face with photos of her sexily gorging on food. The best part? She's winning the contest. {Jezebel}

Glamour Gets A New Publisher: After nearly a year of searching, the magazine has named Jason Wagenheim, formerly of Entertainment Weekly, as its new publisher. Prior to EW, Wagenheim had a seven year history of working at Condé Nast. {WWD}

No Rest For DVF: Diane von Furstenberg on designing for her favorite season (Spring), her recent reads, and the insanity of Fashion Week. (PopSugar}