Fashion news: Tom Ford and Olivier Theyskens to show at NYFW, Heidi Klum for New Balance, and Lagerfeld cancels Lagerfeld show

Photography by Peter Stigter

It’s Christmas in September: Tom Ford and Olivier Theyskens will preview their womenswear collections–Theyskens is designing a line for Theory–during New York Fashion Week. [Fashionologie]

Karl Lagerfeld won’t show his Lagerfeld line in Paris. He’s working on a new “masstige” label that will sell online. [WWD]

One hundred designers, including Alexander Wang, Narciso Rodriguez and Jeremy Laing, shared their Spring 2011 inspirations using one image and one word. [The Cut]

While Valentino has stepped down from his eponymous label you can still get a taste of the last emperor at the newly opened Valentino Garavani Archives in Paris. The archives include sketches, photographs and a rotating selection of dresses. [Nowness]

Model and Project Runway host Heidi Klum will be launching her own clothing line with New Balance. The sportswear line will be available on [WWD]

Lane Crawford is celebrating its 160th anniversary with a collaborative project. 160 fashion personalities including Anna Dello Russo, Simon Doonan and Kate Lanphear will customize a classic Burberry trenchcoat which will be auctioned off for charity. [Refinery 29]

Is Max Azria the new LVMH? The Tunisian designer and  a private investor have purchased Karstadt, a German chain of department stores. [WWD]

Karl Lagerfeld has sketched a number of the 2010 World Cup’s standout players–and himself–for the football-fashion magazine SEPP. [Nowness]

Bookmarc, Marc Jacobs‘s bookstore, is now open. [Racked]

Natalia Vodianova has been cast as the leading lady in the movie Belle de Signeur alongside Jonathan Rhys-Meyers. The movie will hit theatres in 2012. [Fashionologie]

The many hats of Victoria Beckham: the former Spice Girl has added ‘director’ to her resumé launched her first fashion film. Called Dresses the film gives an intimate look into her Fall/Winter 2010 collection. [Vogue UK]