Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge Tapped for Burberry Campaign, Chanel Debuts New Short Film, and More!


Sienna Miller and her fiance, fellow English actor Tom Sturridge, are the latest stylish Brits to pose in Burberry trench coats for the brand's ads. Now if only their daughter Marlowe would get in on the action — Burberry makes baby trenches, you know. [Elle]


Cara Delevingne clutches a Karl Lagerfeld doll in the models-only screening of Chanel's short-film-within-a-film, "Women Only." (Wait, what?) Karl also plays a bouncer in the clip. Just watch it! [YouTube]

Apple trademarked the phrase 'iWatch' in Japan last month. And possibly in Russia, too. Cue freakout! [Fast Company]

And, speaking of tech-y things, Kate Moss has teamed up with UK mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse to design a line of cell phone accessories. "My phone's as much a part of my look as my bag or shoes, and yet there's so little choice out there," she says. [The Telegraph]

Jourdan Dunn was cut from Dior's couture runway show because of the size of her chest. "I'm normally told I'm cancelled because I'm 'coloured' so being cancelled because off my boobs is a minor : )" the model tweeted. [Fashionista]

Alexis Mabile's couture clients have gotten a lot younger lately. "We have girls as young as 12 as couture clients," the designer said. "Buying couture is sometimes in-built within the culture of a family — the grandmother will introduce the mother to it, then she will pass the couture message down to her daughter. I was in a fitting recently and a mother bought a prom dress for her daughter there and then. The market has evolved." [Vogue UK]
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