Fashion News Roundup: Gucci Sues Gucci, Karl Lagerfeld Sometimes Acts Like a Statue, and Egyptian Olympians Are Wearing Knock-off Uniforms

Guccio Gucci, great-grandson of Gucci founder Guccio Gucci, is being sued by Gucci Group because he used his own name to promote his own line of handb
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Guccio Gucci, great-grandson of Gucci founder Guccio Gucci, is being sued by Gucci Group because he used his own name to promote his own line of handb
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Guccio Gucci, great-grandson of Gucci founder Guccio Gucci, is being sued by Gucci Group because he used his own name to promote his own line of handbags and accessories. This is not the first time Gucci Group has gone after the Gucci family. Try saying that five times fast. {Refinery 29}

Speaking of Gucci, the brand has launched a flag collection and the proceeds are supporting UNICEF. {StyleBistro}

An Oregon woman decided to abstain from buying anything new...and has kept it up for five years. {HuffPo}

eBay is sponsoring the British Fashion Inititative to help support up-and-coming designers. {Fashionologie}

According to Alison Mosshart, the other member of the Kills, Karl Lagerfeld sometimes likes to pretend to be a statue on the streets of Paris. He apparently kept this up even after people would approach him. {Vogue UK}

James Franco, a man of many talents, can now add fashion photographer to the mix. Look out for 7 For All Mankind's fall ad, lensed by the actor himself. {Grazia}

Freja Beha Erichsen was announced as the face of Valentino's new fragrance, Valentina Assoluto. {Grazia}

The Egyptian Olympic athletes are set to wear a hybrid Nike/Adidas uniform. Knock-offs, obviously. How does this happen? {The Cut}

Now you will have equally gorgeous shoes to pair with your gorgeous gown! Monique Lhuillier is launching a footwear collection. {SheFinds}