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Nicole Kidman Bulldozed by Paparazzi on Bike During NYFW; Marc Jacobs Apologizes for Neo-Nazi T-Shirt

Nicole Kidman Bulldozed by Paparazzi on Bike During NYFW: Actress Nicole Kidman is reportedly pressing charges against the bicycle-riding photographer, Carl Wu, who knocked her down Thursday afternoon in NYC. The paparazzo’s bike collided with Kidman as he tried to snap a shot of her entering the Caryle Hotel. The incident occurred as Kidman was returning to the hotel after attending the Calvin Klein show at NYFW. The starlet was seen grabbing her left ankle after she was brought back to her feet with the help of her bodyguard and publicist. [NY Post]

Marc Jacobs Apologizes for Neo-Nazi T-shirt: Marc by Marc Jacobs issued an apology and withdrew its t-shirt with graphics that resemble a neo-Nazi band’s album cover from its line. The Marc by Marc Jacobs $70 tee, which featured military boot footprints, shared an uncanny resemblance to the white supremacist band, Screwdriver’s 1987 LP "Boots and Braces." The company also issued a statement saying, “We were not trying to make a connection to that band or make a statement of any kind. We have removed the stock of the shirt from our own stores and offer our retail partners the same opportunity.” Although department store Nordstom no longer sells the t-shirt, it is still available at Saks Fifth Avenue. [Vogue UK]

Apple and Burberry Join Together for London Fashion Week: Today, Apple and Burberry announced that the new iPhone 5s will be used to capture and share photos and video at the Burberry runway show on Monday. Apple’s newest iPhone comes with the improved iSight camera, which will be used to take high-quality photos and videos before, during, and following the Burberry show. “This collaboration celebrates our relationship and shared foundation in design and craftsmanship. We have a mutual passion for creating beautiful products and unlocking emotive experiences through technology, which has made it intensely exciting to explore the capabilities of iPhone 5s,” said Christopher Bailey, Burberry's Chief Creative Officer. “We’re inspired by what this could mean for the future as we continue to explore the merging of physical and digital experiences.” [Fashion Beast Inbox]

Karl Lagerfeld Sketches Angela Merkel: Chanel Creative Director and German-born fashion maven, Karl Lagerfeld gets political. Lagerfeld sketched a cartoon of Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is up for re-election for her third term, as a European monarch. He portrays Merkel holding a Euro-topped scepter as she sits on a throne adorned with an EU emblem-inspired clock. Lagerfeld’s scribble reads: "What time is it? Still too early?” His artistic rendering will hit newsstands this weekend, appearing in a lifestyle supplement of the 350,000-circulation newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. [WWD]

Sarah Jessica Parker Unveils Shoe Line: Actress turned shoe designer, Sarah Jessica Parker revealed her collection to editors for the first time at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. The SJP shoe line was reviewed the day before to exclusive retail partner Nordstrom, which bought the unique 40-piece collection sight unseen. When commenting about the new shoe collection, The Sex and the City actress said, “I was so happy to support the single-sole shoe again.” [Fashionista]