Designer Alfred Fiandaca, a favorite of Ann Romney, says she doesn't need any guidance when it comes to style, but does take into account husband Mitt's preferences. "He likes a waistline, and he likes her to show her figure off. He's always staring her up and down and smiling," Fiandaca told The Cut blog. (It's kind of nice to know the presidential candidate still pays attention to what his wife wears after all their years of marriage.) [The Cut]
Jennifer Lawrence of "The Hunger Games" is the new face of Miss Dior. [Styleite]
Jennifer Aniston reportedly has signed a deal with hair-care company Living Proof to be a spokescelebrity and product creator. [WWD]
Hearst announced via news release Thursday morning that Carine Roitfeld, a style star and former editor of Vogue Paris, has been appointed global fashion director for Harper's Bazaar. She is to collaborate with all 26 international editions of the magazine.
Celebrities including Blake Lively, Alexa Chung and Diane Kruger turned out Tuesday night to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Chanel's Bijoux de Diamants fine jewelry collection at a gala in New York. [Fashionista]
Pippa Middleton reportedly has been turning down all kinds of interview opportunities and other offers that might net her megabucks, make her even more prominent and publicize her forthcoming party-planning book. She doesn't want to be asked questions about sister Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and those pesky topless sunbathing photos, or to look like she is selling out the royal family for money. [New York Daily News]