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Quickies: Just Cavalli will go on, Annie Leibovitz mortgages her art for money and more

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Roberto will present Just Cavalli after all. But not in a runway show -- rather with private appointments for a group of select editors. He's also planning to address the state of the line. [FWD]

Yikes! Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz (pictured) is mortgaging rights to her art for money. Apparently she's taken loans upwards of $15.5M from Art Capital, and is now being forced to mortgage -- for the life of the loans -- all the rights to her photographs, even those she will take in the future. When even the immortal starting to fall, we should all be frightened. [The Independent]

Chanel made their own Segway. Sure. Why not? Makes perfect sense. [Luxist]

Apparently the 90s are the new 80s. Didn't we already go through this with leg-warmers and off the shoulder looks a few years ago? Enough! [The Moment]

Rolex anyone? One of the greatest collections of Rolex watches -- gathered since 1984 -- will be sold off in Milan on Mach 22nd by Geneva-based auction house Patrizzi & Co. The sale will be previewed in New York and U.S. buyers can bid online during the actual auction. Pieces range from $50,000 to $225,000. We're guessing Annie Leibovitz won't be in on the bidding. [WWD]


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