Fashion news: Claudia Schiffer to launch line, peep Anna Wintour’s house and Lindsay Lohan’s Loubs spared prison time

“Catherine defined an era. Her clothes demonstrated how it was possible to simultaneously look feminine and elegant and businesslike. Her collections of glamorous tailoring made women feel confident and chic,” said Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman on the death of Catherine Walker, one of Princess Diana’s favourite designers. [Vogue UK]

Claudia Schiffer will be launching her own fashion line during the Winter 2011 season. [WWD]

Lindsay Lohan‘s US$1,595 Madame Butterfly Christian Louboutins were spared a stint in Lynwood Correctional Facility thanks to Lindsey’s mother Dina Lohan, who was seen leaving the hearing with her daughter’s shoes. [Racked]

Lindsey Wixson has landed her first magazine cover–the Fall 2010 issue of i-D. [The Cut]

The Hills fans rejoice. Lauren Conrad will be venturing back into reality TV land with a “documentary reality program” that will launch her upcoming fashion line. [The Cut]

Peep inside the humble abodes of Vogue eds Anna Wintour, Hamish Bowles and Jay Fielden. [Curbed]

Parfums Givenchy has opened their first store in the France Pavillion of Epcot Centre. The Epcot location will be the only retail space in the United States to carry the full range of fragrances, skincare and makeup. [StyleList]

Selfridges has opened up their 35,000-square foot shoe department in London. Designed by Britain-based Canadian architect Jamie Fobert, the massive Shoe Galleries is home to over 5,000 pairs of footwear. [Globe & Mail]

Calvin Klein is set to expand CK One from a unisex fragrance to a lifestyle brand. Expect to see denim, swimwear and underwear hitting stores this spring. [WWD]

Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s are the latest in a long line of New York retailers to announce that they have bed bugs. [Racked]