Fashion news: Givenchy casts albino model, Nicole Richie marries in Marchesa, and Kate Moss is super influential

Nicole Richie got married this weekend in custom Marchesa. The House of Harlow designer wed longtime beau Joel Madden. [Vogue UK]

The Financial Times has name Kate Moss the most influential woman of the decade. Phoebe Philo of Céline also appears on the list along with Anna Wintour and Sarah Jessica Parker. [Vogue UK]

Riccardo Tisci cast albino male model Stephen Thompson for Givenchy’s spring 2011 as campaign. The campaign, shot by Mert + Marcus, also features Mariacarla Boscono, Daphne Groeneveld and Iris Strubegger. [Styleite]

Rodarte‘s Kate and Laura Mulleavy created a Proust questionnaire that’s in the current issue of Lula, which the sisters guest edited. Sample questions: “If I gave you a medal right now, what would it be for?” and “Molly Ringwald or Ally Sheedy?” [Fashionista]

Heiress and socialite Daphne Guinness is designing costumes for a film she’ll be appearing in. “I have no production and they are figments of my imagination made real,” Guinness said. [The Cut]

Battle of the Abs: Rafael Nadal has replaced Cristiano Ronaldo as the face of Emporio Armani Underwear. [Racked]

Don’t expect Haider Ackermann to inherit the Chanel throne anytime soon. “I think Mr. Lagerfeld said something that was a really nice compliment,” said Ackerman. “But I think people should take it as he took it: a compliment. No more, no less. And the man is still there, and he’s not retiring.” [The Cut]

How far would you go to fit into a cute pair of shoes? Some women are opting for “foot restructuring,” from fat injections in the toe pad to toe shortening, to make walking in heels more comfortable. [Refinery 29]

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