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Issa Names New Creative Director, Burberry to Launch a Capsule Collection for Barneys

And more (very naked) photos from Kim K's 'Love' shoot have emerged.
Australian designer Josh Goot, at right. Photo: Don Arnold/Getty Images

Australian designer Josh Goot, at right. Photo: Don Arnold/Getty Images

Your afternoon news update from around the web:

Faced with a difficult economic climate in Australia, designer Josh Goot has decided to place his troubled fashion label under voluntary administration while restructuring his business. The designer says he does see a future for the 10-year-old brand, however, and his next collection for spring/summer is underway already. {The Guardian}

Burberry and Barneys make for a good team. The luxury fashion house is releasing a capsule collection for the department store featuring everything from tuxes to accessories to an assortment of outerwear decorated with hand-painted designs inspired by vintage English book covers. {WWD}

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Yet another photo from Kim Kardashian's Love shoot has been leaked, and this time Kim leaves nothing to the imagination (assuming there was anything left). Definitely not suitable for viewing at work. {Complex}

Yet another designer label is shortening its name, following in the steps of Saint Laurent and Maison Margiela: Christophe Lemaire has announced that from now on, his label will be known only as "Lemaire." {Four Pins}

Issa has named head designer Jamie O'Hare as its new creative director. O'Hare, who has been with the London-based brand since 2013, fills the position after a four month vacancy following Blue Farrier's departure. His first collection will be fall/winter 2015, to be shown at London Fashion Week on Feb. 22. {WWD}

The mastheads at Vogue and W magazine are about to look quite different. W's fashion market and accessories editor Karla Martinez de Salas is leaving the magazine to focus on her clothing line, Piamita, after five years at the glossy. Stepping into her roll is Rickie De Sole, Vogue's current accessories director. {The Daily Front Row}