Fashion news: Andre Leon Talley judges ANTM, Bulgari signs Julianne Moore and Antonio Berardi rejects Gaga

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The next season of America’s Next Top Model is currently filming on location in New Zealand. André Leon Talley has been spotted and is rumoured to be the newest addition to the judging panel, while Kimora Lee Simmons will guest judge an episode. [The Cut]

Christian Lacroix has just designed railway operator employees for French company SNCF. [WWD]

Alber Elbaz conceived of the December cover of Vogue Brazil as well as an editorial in the issue callled “The Fabulous World of Alber Elbaz” with a guest appearance from the designer. [Fashionologie]

Dov Charney, the head of American Apparel, informs his employees how to shape their eyebrows, expressing admiration for the Brooke Shields look. [Jezebel]
Julianne Moore is the new face of luxury label Bulgari. Moore will be tied to the ‘Eccentric Charisma’ campaign, set to debut in February 2010. The ad shows Julianne wearing pieces from the Serpenti collection as she relaxes in an elegant boudoir. [Grazia]

Antonio Berardi rejected an offer to work with Lady Gaga because her “music is meaningless.” However, designers like Miuccia Prada and Riccardo Tisci are fans of the singer, with Tisci referring to her as a “really great actress.” [Grazia]

The seamstress who sued Chanel for breach of contract, Carmen Colle, has had her case thrown out after standing in front of a French court. The judge awarded her $583,960 for the orders Chanel cancelled. “It’s a victory for us because the court has recognized that suppliers and artisans are not disposable,” Colle told The Wall Street Journal. [The Cut]

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