Fashion News Roundup: Preen Returns To the London Catwalks, People Fainted at the Dolce & Gabbana Couture Show and Karlie Kloss Gets Crafty

After a five year run in New York, Preen will be hopping the pond and showing its Spring 2013 collection in London. {WWD} Dolce & Gabbana's just-debuted couture line is off to a pretty damn good start as several people literally fainted at their recent show. Though it's likely the fainting was due to the heat, we'd prefer to believe it was due to the collection's sheer beauty.{The Cut} Are you a Betty or a Veronica? MAC and Archie Comics are teaming up for a vibrant make-up collection just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, so you'll be able to look just like your favorite comic book darling. {Fashionista Inbox}
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After a five year run in New York, Preen will be hopping the pond and showing its Spring 2013 collection in London. {WWD} Dolce & Gabbana's just-debuted couture line is off to a pretty damn good start as several people literally fainted at their recent show. Though it's likely the fainting was due to the heat, we'd prefer to believe it was due to the collection's sheer beauty.{The Cut} Are you a Betty or a Veronica? MAC and Archie Comics are teaming up for a vibrant make-up collection just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, so you'll be able to look just like your favorite comic book darling. {Fashionista Inbox}
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After a five year run in New York, Preen will be hopping the pond and showing its Spring 2013 collection in London. {WWD}

Dolce & Gabbana's just-debuted couture line is off to a pretty damn good start as several people literally fainted at their recent show. Though it's likely the fainting was due to the heat, we'd prefer to believe it was due to the collection's sheer beauty.{The Cut}

Are you a Betty or a Veronica? MAC and Archie Comics are teaming up for a vibrant make-up collection just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, so you'll be able to look just like your favorite comic book darling. {Fashionista Inbox}

What do you get the well-dressed tot who has everything? A $140 Hermès coloring book, of course. {Hermès}

Moonrise Kingdom's Kara Hayward admires the Emmas (Stone and Watson, of course), loves Margot Tenenbaum (us too!) and felt transported to a different era by her costumes. {StyleList}

Seaside bound? Be sure to dress the part with these must-have nautical wares. {FabSugar}

Penelope Cruz and Carolina Herrera are teaming up on a Saks-exclusive tee to benefit EIF’s Women’s Cancer Research Fund. The duo is pushing their cause even further, running printed PSA ads in major fashion glossies. {WWD, subscription required}

Karlie Kloss may wear couture and land major ad campaigns, but deep down, she's just a normal (albeit handy) gal. Want proof? She spent yesterday restoring a NYC mosaic and says that she would consider re-tiling her own bathroom after seeing how easy the process is. {NY Post}

Kanye's Air Yeezy 2 T-Shirt has hit the eBay auction block for a whopping $90,300. Pocket change, right? {Refinery29}

Adore Stella McCartney? Us too. Now you can snuggle under the covers with her thanks to an upcoming everyday lingerie line. {Vogue UK}

Renowned fashion photographer David Bailey doesn't respect fashion journalists and isn't actually interested in fashion at all. Wait, what? {Telegraph}

Brooklyn-based jewelry company Sorrelli has launched a collection inspired by...Pinkberry. Why? The froyo chain is opening up its first Brooklyn location. And, why not? {Style Bistro}