Fashion news: Annie Leibovitz poses for Vuitton, sartorial sorority rules, and the formula for Prada lips

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Annie Leibovitz is front and centre with Mikhail Baryshnikov in Louis Vuitton‘s spring campaign. [Grazia]

Care to rush the Cornell’s Pi Beta Phi sorority? If you know what’s good for you, you won’t do it in satin dresses, leggings or mismatched bangles. [Fashionista]

Want the bright-n-shiny red orange lips from Prada’s spring show? It’s Make Up For Ever lacquer in “204” topped with a swipe of orange Cover Girl Shineblast gloss. [Nylon]

Baa baa black sheep have you any wool? According to Prince Charles, the answer is no, and he wants designers to bring the fabric back. (We hadn’t really noticed a deficit.) [Vogue UK]

MK and Ashley Olsen are diving into e-commerce with The shop theoretically launched on Friday, but it doesn’t appear you can buy anything yet. Stay tuned. [Fashionista]

If only it were that easy: Pharrell Williams asks Alber Elbaz for a job. [WWD]

We were so distracted by Venus Williams‘ outfit at the Australian Open, we don’t even know if she won the match. [NYDN, via The Cut]

Balmain is quietly designing a lower-priced collection, Blue Label, to be tested in Asia in the fall. The line will be 40 to 50 per cent less expensive than the main label, so jeans will only be, you know, $1500. [Fashionologie]

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