Fashion news: Diddy’s album features Anna Wintour, Tod’s to finance Colosseum reno and Roland Mouret won’t do diffusion

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Andre Leon Talley, Marc Jacobs, Isaac Mizrahi and the inimitable Anna Wintour make an appearance on P. Diddy‘s latest album Last Train to Paris. [The Cut]

Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler will sell 45 per cent of their label to Andrew Rosen, chairman of Kaplan Inc. [Vogue UK]

British designer Roland Mouret doesn’t see a diffusion line in his future: “I would never do a diffusion line. I don’t think the future is that. People mix brands all the time already, so you need to do something else. We are living in a different fashion world now,” he said. [Style File]

Today’s best bit of non-news: Kanye West and Jessica Stam are friends who had dinner with some other friends. [People]

Italian brand Tod‘s is fronting the cash for a reno on the Colosseum. [The Cut]

Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren of Viktor & Rolf touch pinky fingers when they fly. “And if we travel separately, we always text each other when we land,” said Snoeren. “We’re very superstitious.” [WWD]

There is a war going on in the mean, cold fashion streets: A vintage clothing war. “I’ve known employees who are blindfolded and driven in circles before they are ushered into these rooms,” says Worn Fashion Journal editor Serah-Marie McMahon of top-secret vintage warehouses. “No names, no interaction, no information.” [The Star]

Grace Coddington is apparently looking to terrorize her cats. The Vogue fashion director, who wrote a book called The Catwalk Cats, has stated she’d maybe like a puppy for Christmas. [Fashionista]