Fashion news: Fern Mallis leaves IMG, Jefferson Hack takes your questions and Gap does gowns (sort of)

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Fruit of the Loom and Amazon have tackled different cup sizes with a range of mix-and-match bra cups.[Racked]

IMG senior vice president Fern Mallis, New York Fashion Week’s planner since the event began eighteen years ago, is stepping down to start her own consulting company–her first client is IMG. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff has been named fashion week director–a brand-new position. [The Cut]

Tavi is hosting a livestream Q&A session on Style Rookie with Dazed & Confused and Another Magazine founder Jefferson Hack. The Business of Fashion’s Imran Amed will be interviewing Hack, but you can also ask Hack questions via Twitter using the hash tag #pioneers. Check it out at 2 p.m. today, ET. [Style Rookie]

A pair of rainbow-mottled white Docs designed by Toronto blogger and fashion illustrator Danielle Meder made a surprise appearance on the feet of American Idol contestant Siobhan Magnus on Tuesday night’s show. If you liked the limited-edition boots as much as Randy Jackson did, you can buy them here [Final Fashion]

A poll done by NPD Group revealed that regular use of mascara and eyeliner of girls ages 8 to 12 nearly doubled from 2007 to 2009, and 66% reported that it was their moms that bought for them. [NYT]

Celebrity chefs have been revealing their go-to designers when appearing on cooking shows and even in their restaurants. Careful with that pan of oil around your Pradas, Laurent Gras. [WWD]

Gap, sponsor of the “American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity” exhibit, will be dressing certain A-list attendees at Monday night’s kick-off Costume Institute benefit, in collaboration with various A-lister designers. Alexander Wang, Rodarte, Sophie Theallet, and Thakoon are teaming up with Gap’s designer Patrick Robinson to create gowns for the event. [The Cut]

There’s been lots of buzz about the launch of the latest fashion pub, Industrie Magazine, with the debut cover going to Canadian model Daria Werbowy. Not so fast. The latest juice is that Anna Wintour is set to take front and centre stage, gracing the mag’s cover–a tidbit that’s hard to believe, really. But if she does appear, do you think she’ll remove her sunglasses? [Sassy Bella via Refinery29]

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