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Pat Field's debuted her line for HSN today. The Carrie-like dresses cost $150 a pop and each order comes with a subscription to Vogue. "If only Anna Wintour would go on the air and shill along with Pat Field." [The Cut]
♦ Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen might be feuding, their neighbors might hate them, but their fashion empire keeps expanding: They've just signed a deal with Steve Madden to create a shoe line under their Elizabeth and James brand. [WWD]

Lydia Hearst is in Paris being photographed for the Hermès lookbook. And there you were thinking that her Gossip Girl cameo would inaugurate a distinguished acting career. [Fashionista]
♦ A report from the Hermès sample sale earlier today. [Racked]
Calvin Klein has some words of wisdom for young designers: "Ultimately, you have to be confident. You need to have people believe in you. You have to be a leader. Even if you're unsure and insecure, don't show it." [Vogue UK]
Tim Gunn has helped create a Project Runway-style recruitment video for Liz Claiborne, in which employees talk about their career paths and walk the runway in a mock fashion show. Sounds tragic, but allegedly the company had lines as long as Gucci at a recent job fair. [WSJ]
♦ Dita Von Teese is in London promoting her vintage-inspired Wonderbra lingerie line and posing, of course, with a giant sequined bra. [FabSugar]
♦ Former Wonderbra model Eva Herzigova strips off again for a campaign for Dom Perigon. [Daily Mail]
♦ Today Chanel Iman walked the runway for Gucci, the first black model to do so since the Tom Ford days. [Fashionologie]