North West Loves Chanel, Paris Hilton Sues Shoe Designer, Raf Simons's Scary First Day at Dior

And Coco Rocha spills on her style icons.
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And Coco Rocha spills on her style icons.
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Raf Simons talks trying to conceal his nerves during his first days at Dior as they were captured on film for the upcoming documentary "Dior and I." {WWD}

Spitting image of her parents? North West is becoming something of a precocious and fashion conscious tyke, having made off with one of Khloe Kardashian's Chanel earrings. {Us Weekly}

Coco Rocha talks her new collaboration with BaubleBar, and says she aspires to Elizabeth Taylor levels of glamour in everyday life. {Nylon}

Cara Delevingne posted some sexy clips from her YSL campaign to her Instagram account, which include her making out with her own reflection. {Instagram}

Will the fashion weeks ever cease? (A: No.) Here are the best street style snaps from sunny, sunny Sydney Fashion Week. {FabSugar}

Meanwhile, South Africa's two -- yes, two -- fashion weeks compete for supremacy, begging the question: Are they both necessary? {WWD}

French designer Anne Willi is opening a store in Brooklyn, giving New York ladies one more avenue for trying to look Parisian. {Refinery29}

Love 'em or hate 'em, you can't deny it: Fashion's cultish obsession with overalls is here to stay. {The Cut}

Often the blandest part of a shop window's decor, mannequins are getting compelling new looks, thanks to a number of retailers and fashion houses. {WSJ}

Emmanuelle Alt has appointed stylist Suzanne Koller, previously of Self Service, to Vogue Paris as its new fashion director. {WWD}

Paris Hilton is seeking $1 million in unpaid royalties -- chump change, really -- from the footwear company that designed her Paris Hilton Collection. {New York Post}

Christian Lacroix is designing costumes for the Paris National Ballet, each done in super rich, monochromatic shades. {WWD}

According to this 20-year look at teen fashion, cargos and chinos coincided with the biggest upswings in sales, while skinny jeans were met with the lowest numbers. We're guessing this has more to do with the recession than with enthusiasm for cargo shorts. {Quartz}