Must Read: 'Dazed' Tracks Down the Hardest Workers of Fashion Week, Kim Kardashian Will Donate 1,000 Pairs of Shoes to Charity

Plus, Tamara Mellon receives court approval after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for her namesake line last week.
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Plus, Tamara Mellon receives court approval after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for her namesake line last week.
Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Who works the hardest during fashion week?
Fashion week is arguably one of the most grueling of the year for those working in this industry. And to prove that, Dazed tracked the activity of people in different professions during London Fashion Week to see who worked the hardest (based on amount of sleep and number of steps). Surprisingly, it's not designers, editors or photographers that topped the list. {Dazed}

Kim Kardashian will donate 1,000 pairs of shoes to Soles 4 Souls
After watching a show on Dish Nation about a girl trying to collect 1,000 pairs of shoes to donate to Soles 4 Souls — a charity that helped her out in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina — Kim Kardashian tweeted that she and Kanye would like to donate 1,000 pairs, too. She still needs help tracking down the girl, so if you have any intel, just Tweet her back. {Daily Mail}

Tamara Mellon receives court approval for restructuring
Last week, Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for her namesake line, a measure that allows businesses to restructure according to court-approved plans. On Wednesday, Mellon received approval from federal bankruptcy judge Kevin Gross in Delaware. If everything goes accordingly, the company hopes to raise $12 million in funding from New Enterprise Associates and other equity firms when it reemerges. {WWD}

Chanel shells out $152 million for a Beverly Hills property
Chanel has reportedly spent $152 million for an 11,500-square foot store located at 400 North Rodeo Drive, nearby brands like Cartier and Tory Burch. That translates to roughly $13,000 per square foot. {WWD}

Old Navy releases an extended cut of its "Double the Gifts" holiday ad, featuring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein
Portlandia's Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein play two different couples in Old Navy's newest "Double the Gifts" holiday video, promoting the retailer's 50 percent off sale happening Dec. 18-20. Yes, it's a commercial, but anything starring these two is always worth watching. {YouTube}