Fashion news: Isabella Blow biopic coming to a silver screen near you, Kelly Cutrone returning to TV and Anna Dello Russo reveals new fragrance bottle

A protype for Anna Dello Russo's upcoming fragrance.
A protype for Anna Dello Russo's upcoming fragrance.

Target‘s GO International collection will be celebrating it’s 5th anniversary in 2011 by reissuing some of their designer collaboration hits. The 34-piece collection will include dresses from designers like Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Jonathan Saunders and Thakoon. [Style.com]

Derek Lam will be launching an exclusive capsule collection with eBay. The collection will show during New York Fashion Week in December and fans will be allowed to vote on the looks they would like to see in the final collection. [Vogue]

Anna Dello Russo has revealed the first prototype for her upcoming namesake fragrance–a golden shoe. [Twitter]

Kelly Cutrone is working on a daytime syndicated talk show and a new television show with MTV. [The Cut]

Detmar Blow, husband of style icon Isabella Blow, has some not nice things to say about the late Alexander McQueen. “Money changed him and then drugs changed him. I remember reading of how he had flown his boyfriend somewhere for £130,000. What did Issie get? Some clothes. I find that quite shocking,” he told the Evening Standard. [Vogue UK]

The Isabella Blow biopic is moving towards fruition. Blow’s assistant and author of the biography “Isabella Blow: A Life in Fashion” Lauren Goldstein will serve as a consultant while Swedish fillmmaker Anders Palm will be the producer. John Galliano and Philip Treacy will also be involved in the film. [Huffington Post]

No more tacky movie theatre 3D specs: Gucci will be releasing “pilot-shaped plastic aviator” 3D glasses “in a shiny black featuring an Eighties retro sensibility.” [Fashionista]

According to David Colman of the New York Times wingtip shoes were made for trudging around the countryside in. “They were more or less the Crocs of the 18th century,” he said. [NYT]

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