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

Christopher Bailey. Photography by Peter Stigter
Christopher Bailey. Photography by Peter Stigter

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]