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British Vogue Taps John Galliano as Guest Fashion Editor; Christopher Bailey Wins WGSN's Hall of Fame Award

British Vogue Taps John Galliano as Guest Fashion Editor: Estranged fashion designer John Galliano was enlisted by British Vogue to guest edit a Kate Moss spread in its December issue that was inspired by "the Ballet Russe and Malcolm McLaren." Could this be another step in Galliano's fashion comeback? In January, the designer worked with Oscar de la Renta as a consultant on his Fall/Winter 2013 collection. Galliano also participated in a TV interview with Charlie Rose in June, which is now being turned into a puppet show about “fashion and power,” according to WWD. [Vogue UK]

Christopher Bailey Wins WGSN's Hall of Fame Award: At the annual WGSN Global Fashion Awards on Wednesday, Burberry’s recently-named CEO, Christopher Bailey, received the Hall of Fame accolade, which is, according to WGSN, reserved for someone who has “…broke new ground and inspired the world.” The event was held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and is dedicated to celebrating fashion talents from around the world. Other winners include Nicholas Kirkwood for footwear and accessories design, Erdem for womenswear, and Acne for menswear. [The Telegraph]

The Stars of Blue is the Warmest Color Front Miu Miu's Resort 2014 Campaign: Miuccia Prada enlisted co-stars Léa Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos from the controversial new film Blue is the Warmest Color for Miu Miu's Resort 2014 campaign. “Five flirtatious compositions capture their candid chemistry: an arm casually slung over a shoulder, leaning together in a mirrored pose, casually reclined across each other on the floor," Miu Miu told WWD of the campaign shot by Inez and Vinoodh. The background wall in baby pink and girlish styling of the collection contrast with the actresses's seductive presence.” [WWD]

Uniqlo Collaborates with Inès de la Fressange: Japanese high-street label Uniqlo is teaming up with former French model Inès de la Fressange. According to Uniqlo’s design director Naoki Takizawa,"Inès’s own lifestyle and approach to fashion closely mirror [Uniqlo’s]," and the duo will work together to create pieces that reflect the “Parisian [element] of style." The collaboration will be available in mid-November. [The Cut]