Fashion news: Zero doing mens, LiLo doing Bebe and smell like dead-celeb DNA

Photo via The Cut

Photo via The Cut

Maria Cornejo is working on a menswear collection to be launched this spring. The four unisex looks shown at the Spring 2010 Zero + Maria Cornejo show received such a great response that the designer has expanded the lineup. The clothes are set to appear in stores January 15. [The Cut]

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have designed a jewellery collection called The Protector for Asprey. The line features snake-themed necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings in gold and silver.  The snake coil jewellery was inspired by a ring worn by Jolie while pregnant with Shiloh that’s since become a symbol of protection to the couple. Profits will go to the couple’s charity of choice, Education Partnership for Children of Conflict. [WWD]

Despite her failed Ungaro work, Lindsay Lohan’s stint as a celebrity designer may not be over just yet.  Lohan told Access Hollywood she is collaborating with jeweller Pascal Mouawad on a line for Bebe. [Access Hollywood, via Fashionista]

My DNA Fragrance, the company that makes personalized perfume from customer DNA, is branching into the world of celebrity fragrances. The company is teaming up with celebrity hair collector John Reznikoff to gain access to some top dead-celebrity genes (Elvis, Marilyn). But wait: Since hair has no usable DNA in it, we’re a little confused as to what this creepy project is all really about. [Racked]

Bridget Moyahan is the newest spokesperson for Garnier Nutritioniste. [The Cut]