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♦ Designer/actress/Parisian it-girl Lou Doillon talks to WWD about her more intellectual projects, like her stage debut tonight in Samuel Beckett's The Image at the Alliance Française. [WWD]
♦ Can this week get any more catastrophic? Top Shop's opening is now pushed back till March. [WWD]
♦ Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen's label The Row is going to start doing men's clothes. [WWD]
♦ We take it all back: Naomi Campbell did her bit for charity last night with her London Fashion For Relief show, which raised money for The White Ribbon Alliance fund to promote safe childbirth. [Marie Claire UK]

♦ The "trademark look" of Dasha Zhukova's Kova & T—pleather stirrup leggings with sandals—has been ubiquitous at London Fashion Week. [style file]
♦ At a London Fashion week party, Agyness's modesty was barely preserved by a few circles on her Henry Holland dress. [Daily Mail]
♦ Judith Thurman will moderate a panel titled "The Next Generation of Fashion" at the New Yorker Festival.[Fashionista]
♦ Kirna Zabete's Sarah Easley names Thakoon, Tuleh, Elise Overland, and Alexander Wang as Fashion Week favorites. [JC Report]
♦ Goth style is more popular than ever, reports former goth Cintra Wilson; see also: Frances Bean Cobain's suicide-themed birthday party. [NYT]