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The First 'Fashion Police' Promo Is Here, Saint Laurent Unveils Spring Campaign

And A.L.C. might be the next label in for a major investment.

We will have to wait until the Monday after the Golden Globes (January 12th, to be exact) to see the post-Joan Rivers "Fashion Police" team in action, but today's first promo shows that the team — led by newcomers Kathy Griffin and Brad Goreski — is up to the task. {Hollywood Reporter}

Will A.L.C. follow in Jason Wu's footsteps and sell a stake to InterLuxe? It may just be talks for now, but the investment has valued Andrea Liberman's line at a cool $60 million. {WWD}

Saint Laurent's spring 2015 campaign is up on the brand's website and the images are predictably Woodstock-y and full of hipster ennui — not just because of the clothes and bored poses, but also thanks to the quiet lake, forest and cabin settings. Cool kids need to escape the city, too, you know?  {}

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