Fashion News Roundup: Rachel Zoe Dishes on Karolina Kurkova's Met Ball Turban, Skechers Pays $50 Million for False Ad Claims, and Rodarte Designs LA Philharmonic Costumes

Rodarte is designing costumes for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's production of Don Giovanni. {WWD, subscription required} Skechers has reached a $5
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Rodarte is designing costumes for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's production of Don Giovanni. {WWD, subscription required} Skechers has reached a $5
photo: Getty

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Rodarte is designing costumes for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's production of Don Giovanni. {WWD, subscription required}

Skechers has reached a $50 million settlement with the FTC after tricking everyone into thinking their toning shoes actually, well... tone your legs.{WWD, subscription required}

Karlie Kloss and Jason Wu are trying to raise $50,000 at this Sunday's AIDS walk in NYC. The pair will compete together this weekend, so send donations their way! {Vogue UK}

Here's a first look at BHLDN, Anthropologie's bridal collection's Fall 2012 offerings. {Refinery29}

To help quell the outrage after running that "UnHate" ad of the Pope snogging Egypt’s Grand Imam Ahmed el-Tayyeb of Al-Azhar, Benneton is making a donation to a charity of the Vatican's choice. {WWD, subscription required}

Brace your credit cards, McQ by Alexander McQueen's Fall 2012 collection is now available for pre-order. {SHEFinds}

Rachel Zoe talks about that gloriously sparkly gown she designed for Karolina Kurkova at last week's Met Gala. And that turban? It was a last-minute addition to the look. {Fabsugar}

It's hard in these streets for a Vogue editor. Franca Sozzani's latest blog post talks about the ups and downs of working in fashion, saying "There's no peace." Tell us how you really feel, Franca! {Vogue.it}

W magazine fashion editor Edward Enninful talks to the New York Times about his career, and already-successful term at W. {NYT}