Daily reads: Karl vs. swans, astronauts in Vuitton and Kate Moss on the brain

Christopher Bailey. Photography by Peter Stigter
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First Burberry and now Matthew Williamson are taking their spring show to London. [Vogue UK]

Speaking of Christopher Bailey, a Q&A! [Hint]

Since we find Eminem and Bruno equally irritating, we’re officially neutral on the bum incident at the MTV awards. [NY Post]

Can Condé Nast survive in the new media world? We haven’t read the article yet, but we do know they talk to Anna Wintour. [NY Mag]

13 past poufs by Christian Lacroix, who may be down, but he’s not out. [Guardian, Yahoo!]

“Swans, they are the meanest animals in the world, you know. I had problems with them as a child. They hate children. I was caught by one, so I know.” This explains many things about Karl Lagerfeld. [Guardian, via The Cut]

Buzz Aldrin for Louis Vuitton. Just the ads, sadly. No space suit collab in the works. [WWD]

We meant to post this on Friday, so if you missed it, Will Ferrell has launched a sunscreen. [People]

Police were called to restore the peace at a Tory Burch sample sale in NY. People really love those flats. [Sample Sally, via Racked]

For those who follow model hair, Coco Rocha now has black tresses. [Oh So Coco]

Tell me the first thing that comes to mind: Kate Moss Rorschach tests. [Asher Penn, via Bad Day]

A sperm-based facial. Not much else to say, really. [Fashionista]