Miley's Costume Changes, Seriously Sustainable Attire From H&M, Vogue's Response To Lena Dunham Shoot, and More

(Christopher Polk/Getty Images North America)If you're wondering how Miley Cyrus will top the costumes worn in her recent risqué performances, Roberto Cavalli has the answer. The designer released sketches of his designs for her upcoming Bangerz World Tour, which begins Valentine's Day in Vancouver [Fashionista]:

(Courtesy of Roberto Cavalli)What was H&M to do with the 7.7 million pounds of unwanted clothing it collected during its garment recycling initiative over the past year? Turn it into a sustainable line of fashion-forward clothing, of course. In late February, the store will release its five-piece “Conscious Collection” made from the repurposed attire. [WWD]

Along with Target’s holiday mishap, Neiman Marcus has also recently acknowledged a breach in its security. Both retailers are now offering their customers a year of credit monitoring as compensation.

While we are anxiously awaiting the arrival of SJP, Sarah Jessica Parker's line of shoes in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik's president, the actress and veteran style icon has another fashionable project in the works: She will also be curating her selections of designer jewelry for WeTheAdorned, an upcoming exclusive website. [WWD]

After Jezebel offered a $10,000 bounty to see Lena Dunham’s unretouched photos for her recent cover shoot (which the site published in an attempt to expose excessive photo editing and enhancing), Vogue responded with an Instagram photo and a witty caption; view here.
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