Fashion news: Gap goes back to its old logo, a Lanvin for H&M teaser and hear Baptiste Giabiconi’s new single

The suspense is building: A trailer has been released for the Lanvin for H&M capsule collection that features Leigh Lezark serving strong tea to a furiously scribbling Alber Elbaz. . [Zet Fashion]

The Gap has decided to keep their old look after vocal fans complained about the new logo. [Huffington Post]

Baptiste Giabiconi previewed his single “Showtime” from his upcoming album on French television. Enjoy the video above. [Fashionologie]

Lauren Conrad‘s inspiration for her new reality show, which will focus on the launch of her new clothing line Paper Crown, is The September Issue. [Fashionista]

The house of Alexander McQueen will be taking full control of the McQ line. SINV SpA’s olicense to produce the line expires after the Spring 2011 season. [WWD]

Jean Paul Gaultier thinks that British women are more stylish than French women. “I think women are now more independent with their fashion and they can create a good look. This happens in England more than in France,” he told theĀ Sunday Times Style. [Vogue UK]

Rumour has it that Nike is set to collaborate with Alexander Wang. [Fashionologie]

Rachel Weisz has signed on as the new face for L’Oreal Paris for all markets except the United States. [WWD]

According to her agen,t Kate Moss‘ earnings have double since her cocaine scandal last year. [Huffington Post]

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