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Marc Jacobs May Bid Adieu to Louis Vuitton; Elle Man Launches in France

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Marc Jacobs May Bid Adieu to Louis Vuitton: After an impressive 16-year stint as Creative Director of Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs may be leaving the fashion house to advance work on his eponymous label, possibly with an IPO (initial public offering), sources revealed over the weekend. Speculation about the designer’s contract with the LVMH luxury brand first emerged last week, although things have yet to be confirmed. [WWD]

Elle Man Will Launch in France Next Month: Famed women’s fashion magazine Elle will soon have a new (male) counterpart in France. Elle Man, a new magazine by French media group Lagardère, will hit newstands starting next month. The inaugural issue's cover features the headline "The New Brando," with an image of Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts. “He has a great style and potential -- just like the magazine,” Elle Man editor-in-chief Edouard Dutour told WWD. [WWD]

Twilight Director Selling T-Shirt from Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson’s First Kissing Scene: While Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson may not be rekindling their off-screen love anytime soon, Twi-hards can experience the Bella and Edward romance all over again. The t-shirt that Bella wore in her very first Twillight kissing scene with Edward is now up for auction. Director of the vampire-cult movies, Catherine Hardwicke, will raffle off the t-shirt to raise money for the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) and the University of California’s “Promise for Education” campaign. Unlike most auctions, the prize won’t go to the top bidder -- a donation of at least $25 grants anyone a chance of winning, and Hardwicke will award the t-shirt to a randomly selected donor. [Entertainment Weekly]

First Look at Rihanna's New Fashion Reality TV Show: The first trailer for international mega-star, Rihanna's new show fashion reality show, Styled To Rock, has been released. Airing October 25th, the show features Rihanna, Pharell, and other celebrity guests, who work with aspiring fashion designers as they style an outfit for one or more musical acts each week. In this Project Runway spin-off, the contestants are vying for a 100,000 dollar cashprize, a fashion feature in Glamour magazine, and the chance to become the next member of Rihanna's style team [E! News]