Yes, Amy Winehouse is reportedly doing a capsule collection with Fred Perry. And you thought Kate Moss knew heroine chic...[The Sun]
Men's Vogue is not, we repeat, NOT closing. They will continue publishing two issues a year starting in 2009. [The Cut]
Simon Doonan interviewed Dame Edna for her new MAC cosmetics line. How the world did not implode at the clash of these titans, we'll never know. [Racked]
First a nightclub, and now Roberto Cavalli is debuting his own credit card. And what makes it so special, you ask? It's covered in snake skin. [Luxist]
The Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation awarded L.A. brand Corpus their annual $25,000 top prize for menswear. With the money the label will be able to present at New York Fashion Week. Better there than a slot in L.A.'s quickly disintegrating schedule. [Ecco Domani] via [Material Interest]
Designer Adam Kimmel will present his Paris menswear collection at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac. If that's not artsy enough, the entire collection will be presented not on models, but as an installation. [WWD]
(Supposedly) Opening for Business: NYC's fabled Topshop in March. We'll believe it when we see it.