Fashion news: Matthew Williamson teams up with Bulgari and Anna Dello Russo’s rules for partying with Carine

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Anna Dello Russo at Milan Fashion Week. Photography by Team Peter Stigter

“Leave the couture to Carine, she is the queen of the party.” Anna Dello Russo gives you 10 rules on how not to disappoint Paris Vogue editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld at a costume ball. Also on the list: “Mask plus tuxedo? so obvious” and “Shoes? doesn’t matter, nobody will note it” Especially if you’re wearing sparkly fruit on your head. [Anna Dello Russo]

“There’s always got to be some darkness, because otherwise you don’t appreciate what’s light. I’ve had a training in darkness, but I don’t feel that it’s necessarily a personal thing to me. I’m a bit lighter.” Sarah Burton, Alexander McQueen‘s successor, talks about his legacy, her favourite McQueen memories and what’s next for the label. Burton mount her first womenswear show for Alexander McQueen on October 5 during Paris Fashion Week. [WWD]

Matthew Williamson has teamed up with luxury jewellery house Bulgari to design a line of handbags. [Vogue]

Heidi Mount‘s husband, hairstylist Shawn Mount, was been arrested and questioned on suspicion of sexual assault during London Fashion Week. [Vogue UK]

“There are two things that I like in life: what I haven’t done yet and what I haven’t witnessed,” Karl Lagerfeld told Tim Blanks of The Kaiser talks his inspiration and his methods for Fendi’s Spring 2011 collection. []

Could a reality show be coming to a boob tube near you? “Trusted sources” say that the website has been shopping around or developing a series. [Fashionista]

Lanvin has launched their online boutique, though it’s only available in the US for now. [Paper Mag]

Blackface returns and this time Numéro and Constance Jablonski are the culprits. [The Cut]

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