Fashion News Roundup: Isaac Mizrahi to Launch Babies' Clothing Line, Kate Moss' Rimmel London Lipsticks Make US Debut, and a Bald Barbie May Be in the Works

Dolce and Gabbana Deny Discrimination Charges: After being accused of discriminatory practices barring Hong Kong residents from snapping photos outside their Tsim Sha Tsui store, Dolce and Gabbana has released a statement assuring the population that they are indeed not prejudiced. "Controversial statements reported in the Hong Kong press have not been made by Dolce & Gabbana nor its staff, and we strongly reject any racist or derogatory comments...we wish to underline that our company has not taken part in any action aimed at offending the Hong Kong public.” {WWD (subscription required)} Isaac Mizrahi to Launch Clothing Line for Babies: Taking cues from Lanvin and Versace, Isaac Mizrahi is expanding his brand and designing for mini fashionistas! The 25-piece collection, fit for only the chicest of drooling, pulverized-carrot-throwing babies, will debut this fall in department stores. {WWD (Subscription required)} Kate Moss for Rimmel London Comes to America: The supermodel chose five random colors designed a five piece collection of lipsticks for Rimmel London, set to drop stateside this week. {ELLE}
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Dolce and Gabbana Deny Discrimination Charges: After being accused of discriminatory practices barring Hong Kong residents from snapping photos outside their Tsim Sha Tsui store, Dolce and Gabbana has released a statement assuring the population that they are indeed not prejudiced. "Controversial statements reported in the Hong Kong press have not been made by Dolce & Gabbana nor its staff, and we strongly reject any racist or derogatory comments...we wish to underline that our company has not taken part in any action aimed at offending the Hong Kong public.” {WWD (subscription required)} Isaac Mizrahi to Launch Clothing Line for Babies: Taking cues from Lanvin and Versace, Isaac Mizrahi is expanding his brand and designing for mini fashionistas! The 25-piece collection, fit for only the chicest of drooling, pulverized-carrot-throwing babies, will debut this fall in department stores. {WWD (Subscription required)} Kate Moss for Rimmel London Comes to America: The supermodel chose five random colors designed a five piece collection of lipsticks for Rimmel London, set to drop stateside this week. {ELLE}
photo: Rimmel

photo: Rimmel

Dolce and Gabbana Deny Discrimination Charges: After being accused of discriminatory practices barring Hong Kong residents from snapping photos outside their Tsim Sha Tsui store, Dolce and Gabbana has released a statement assuring the population that they are indeed not prejudiced. "Controversial statements reported in the Hong Kong press have not been made by Dolce & Gabbana nor its staff, and we strongly reject any racist or derogatory comments...we wish to underline that our company has not taken part in any action aimed at offending the Hong Kong public.” {WWD (subscription required)}

Isaac Mizrahi to Launch Clothing Line for Babies: Taking cues from Lanvin and Versace, Isaac Mizrahi is expanding his brand and designing for mini fashionistas! The 25-piece collection, fit for only the chicest of drooling, pulverized-carrot-throwing babies, will debut this fall in department stores. {WWD (Subscription required)}

Kate Moss for Rimmel London Comes to America: The supermodel chose five random colors designed a five piece collection of lipsticks for Rimmel London, set to drop stateside this week. {ELLE}

Blue Ivy Carter is the Youngest Person on the Billboard Charts: The girl isn't even a week old and she's already a hitmaker! The artist known as B.I.C's cries at the end of her father's track, "Glory" make her the youngest person to ever be on the charts. Could this be a start of an illustrious music career? We hope so! {People}

Behind the Scenes of Mary Katrantzou x Longchamp: Grazia got hold of this video in which Mary Katrantzou explains the inspiration and creative execution of her upcoming tote bag collaboration with Longchamp, set to pre-release on Colette come January 23. These bags are definitely at the top of our Spring wishlist! {Grazia}

Is A Bald Barbie on The Way?: After creating a bald Barbie doll last year for a four-year-old cancer patient, Mattel is being petitioned to mass produce the doll. In recent years, the toy company has been taking steps to diversify its Barbie selection, and this particular doll would be a welcome addition, especially for those young girls receiving chemotherapy who might want to play with a Barbie that looks like her. {Digital Journal}

The New York Times Discovers That Straight Male Fashion Bloggers Exist: The New York Times' latest trend piece introduces us to five male fashion bloggers whose sartorial choices are bringing the noise and catching lots of attention in the online fashion world. Wha-what? You mean there are men who love clothes and sleeping with women? Fancy that! {NYT}

Alexander Wang and Liya Kebede Cover S Moda: The designer and top model's cheekbones go head to head on the January 7 edition of the magazine. {Fashion Gone Rogue}