Fashion news: Jil Sander to launch a lower-priced line, babies for Georgina Chapman and Pearl Lowe and is Anna Wintour a closet Green Day fan?

Jil Sander designer Raf Simons. Photography by Peter Stigter

Jil Sander designer Raf Simons. Photography by Peter Stigter

Jil Sander–the label–is creating a lower-priced line, Jil Sander Navy. It’s set to hit stores in January 2011 and there will be prints. [WWD]

Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman and husband Harvey Weinstein revealed that she is five months pregnant. We cannot wait to see the baby clothes that come out of this. [The Cut]

And the baby boom doesn’t end there: Designer, and mom of Daisy, Pearl Lowe has announced that she is pregnant with her fifth child. [Vogue UK]

Spotted: Anna Wintour sitting front row at the Green Day musical, American Idiot. We never would have called that one. [Daily Front Row]

Garance Doré, blogger and girlfriend of The Sartorialist’s, Scott Schuman, confirmed that the two are working on a television show. See if you can parse the topic from this cryptic description: “Well, I think it will be based on what we see. And the world is in such little pieces now and you take your information from everywhere. I’d like to go ask people I trust, “Who’s a great musician?” and then maybe meet the musician and then do the same with fashion or food. I think it will be more fashion-oriented. But my dream project is to do a movie.” Well, whatever it is, stay tuned. [The Cut]

The Kate Moss exhibit in Paris at Les Arts Décoratifs set to debut next year, has been cancelled due to a lack of sponsorship. The exhibit, which was being called Kate Moss Myth was to feature photos of the model from the past two decades, but “Cultural patronage is not a priority for companies,” a museum representative told WWD. [Stylite]

The FDCC has announced dates for the Spring 2011 Fashion Week in Toronto. The shows are set for October 18 to 23. The fall shows attracted over 30,000 attendees. [LG Fashion Week]