Fashion News Roundup: Rodolfo Paglialunga Out at Vionnet, Florence Welch Dancing in Couture and Johnny Depp Compares Photo Shoots to Rape

Vionnet Has New Creative Directors: It's just been announced that Rodolfo Paglialunga is out as designer of Vionnet. He is credited with restarting the sleepy French brand and the decision is reportedly mutual. He will be replaced by Italian twin sisters Barbara and Lucia Croce, who we know absolutely nothing about. {WWD} Florence Welch's Couture Dance Party: Fashion's favorite Brit songstress Florence Welch wears gorgeous couture looks from Valentino and Elie Saab in Florence and the Machine's latest video for "Shake it up." We can't ID the red dress, but it's super pretty as well. UDPATE: It was Elie Saab. {YouTube via Fashin} Karl Lagerfeld's Coke Moment: In this hilarious video from Style.com's twitter, a man in a suit carries a glass of Coca-cola on a silver tray over to Karl Lagerfed, waits for him to take a sip, and then walks away. It's probably the best thing I've seen all fashion month. {@styledotcom}
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Vionnet Has New Creative Directors: It's just been announced that Rodolfo Paglialunga is out as designer of Vionnet. He is credited with restarting the sleepy French brand and the decision is reportedly mutual. He will be replaced by Italian twin sisters Barbara and Lucia Croce, who we know absolutely nothing about. {WWD} Florence Welch's Couture Dance Party: Fashion's favorite Brit songstress Florence Welch wears gorgeous couture looks from Valentino and Elie Saab in Florence and the Machine's latest video for "Shake it up." We can't ID the red dress, but it's super pretty as well. UDPATE: It was Elie Saab. {YouTube via Fashin} Karl Lagerfeld's Coke Moment: In this hilarious video from Style.com's twitter, a man in a suit carries a glass of Coca-cola on a silver tray over to Karl Lagerfed, waits for him to take a sip, and then walks away. It's probably the best thing I've seen all fashion month. {@styledotcom}
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Vionnet Has New Creative Directors: It's just been announced that Rodolfo Paglialunga is out as designer of Vionnet. He is credited with restarting the sleepy French brand and the decision is reportedly mutual. He will be replaced by Italian twin sisters Barbara and Lucia Croce, who we know absolutely nothing about. {WWD}

Florence Welch's Couture Dance Party: Fashion's favorite Brit songstress Florence Welch wears gorgeous couture looks from Valentino and Elie Saab in Florence and the Machine's latest video for "Shake it up." We can't ID the red dress, but it's super pretty as well. UDPATE: It was Elie Saab. {YouTube via Fashin}

Karl Lagerfeld's Coke Moment: In this hilarious video from Style.com's twitter, a man in a suit carries a glass of Coca-cola on a silver tray over to Karl Lagerfed, waits for him to take a sip, and then walks away. It's probably the best thing I've seen all fashion month. {@styledotcom}

Oh la la! Très chic looks from some of our favorite celebrities at Paris Fashion Week. {Fabsugar}

Daisy Talks Boobs: British Esquire has out-sexed British GQ's Kristen Stewart cover with a topless Daisy Lowe. The British it girl apparently likes talking about boobs as much as she likes showing them. In the cover story, she talks about Lara Stone's "massive tits" and her own bra preferences. {Esquire via Daily Mail}

Johnny Depp Compared Photo Shoots to Rape: Johnny Depp apparently hates photo shoots so much that he told Vanity Fair (which he is on the cover of), “Well, you just feel like you’re being raped somehow. Raped ... It feels like a kind of weird -- just weird, man.” Weird, maybe. Rape-like? Not sure about that one. {Page Six}

The Return of Courregès: Another storied French Fashion House is to be revived in the coming months. The presidents of Courregès, which nears its 50th anniversary, are launching ecommerce with "updated Courrèges classics from its 1960s heyday" and releasing a limited edition collection of 50 vinyl jackets at Colette. They're also auctioning off three reissued Courreges vintage shift dresses. Sounds like they're going the vintage route with this revival. At least for now. {Telegraph}