Must Read: You Can Meet Anna Wintour for $25K, Emma Watson is Going Green on New Press Tour

And U.S. Customs officers confiscate over $1 million worth of fake designer bags in Miami.
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And U.S. Customs officers confiscate over $1 million worth of fake designer bags in Miami.
Emma Watson in a Christoper Kane gown on the 'Regression' press tour. Photo: Fotonoticias/WireImage. 

Emma Watson in a Christoper Kane gown on the 'Regression' press tour. Photo: Fotonoticias/WireImage. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Antonio Banderas studying fashion at Central Saint Martins
Antonio Banderas posted a photo on Instagram of him standing amid body forms, documenting his "2nd week of studies at Central Saint Martins," and the school has confirmed that Banderas is taking a course in bespoke tailoring. Could the Spanish actor soon launch his own line of suiting? We'll have to wait and see. {WWD}

You can meet Anna Wintour and tour the Vogue offices for $25,000
...but it's for a good cause! Charity auction site Charitybuzz is offering up the chance to meet Anna Wintour, tour the Vogue offices at 1 World Trade Center, watch a photoshoot for an upcoming issue from behind the scenes and much more. The current bid is $18,500, but the site purports the experience to be worth a whopping $25K. Keep in mind that Charitybuzz successfully auctioned off a one-week internship at Vogue for over $20,000 in 2010. {Yahoo! Style}

Emma Watson collaborates with Green Carpet Challenge
On her press tour for the upcoming thriller "Regression," Emma Watson is partnering with Green Carpet Challenge. She'll wear designers like Christopher Kane who incorporate sustainable materials into their designs and use production processes that have a low impact on the environment. Watson is said to be inspired by the documentary "The True Cost." {Vogue UK}    

U.S. Customs confiscates $1 million in designer bags
U.S. Customs officers seized over $1 million in counterfeit designer bags at the Port of Miami. In 20 undeclared cartons, agents found 2,395 knockoff Gucci and Louis Vuitton handbags, making this the largest bust this year. {WWD}

Jimmy Choo surpasses competitors in luxury goods market    
Jimmy Choo experienced a drop in sales in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, though earnings were compensated by the spending from Chinese tourists. Sales in Asia and the Americas, however, edged forward and its overall growth outpaced the rest of the luxury goods market. {The Telegraph}

Marchesa launches a shoe collection
Speaking of heels, Marchesa has announced that it will make a foray into footwear. Known for its gorgeous gowns, the luxury womenswear line is a mainstay on wedding aisles and on the red carpet during awards season. The shoe line will debut at Marchesa's Spring 2016 show during Fashion Week. {Grazia Daily}

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