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Quickies: Lanvin's open, a straight take on Fashion Week, and more

Open for Business: Lanvin on London's Savile Row. Almost open for business: Alife Rivington Club's new sporting goods store, rumored to be named Limited Edition Sportswear (L.E.S.).

Care for a straight man's view on Fashion Week? Probably not, but just in case you're intrigued by what the other side thinks, Joel Stein, who will at least make you last, attended a few shows for Time.com and, surprisingly, his observations are quite keen. [Time]

Now that they've lost Project Runway, Bravo is casting for their replacement show, Fashion House. The idea is for a team to create an entire look that can compete with today's most honored American labels. If you're interested, get your sewing kit, your sketch book and your best one-liners and send your tape in today! Just do us all a favor and avoid trying to coin a new catch-phrase. [Bravo]

Jaime Strachan, boyfriend to model Behati Prinsloo, just launched an entomythological men's jewelry line. The line is a collaboration with jewelry designer Phillipa Holland. Strachan says, "We were inspired by the darker side of nature and we gave it a spiritual spin." Creepy or cool? [British Vogue]

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