Fashion news: Knicks player to launch line with Rachel Roy, and Joan Rivers says Prada hates America

Up-and-comer Arizona Muse posed in Marrakesh for YSL‘s spring campaign. The American model will also star in Prada’s spring ads. [The Fashion Spot]

“Lady Gaga wants to look crazy — her next outfit I know is going to be surf and turf. It’s the ones that think they look great, and you go, “Are you out of your mind?” Or the ones who have become total fashion victims. I just think Prada should be shut down, and truly I think they hate Americans. I think they’re still angry at us for WWII.” More of Joan Rivers‘s bon mots at the link. [The Cut]

Despite attempts by families who own Hermès to keep luxury conglomerate LVMH from buying up the family business, LVMH announced yesterday that they had acquire more shares and now owned 20 per cent. [WWD]

Prada will stage a show in Beijing next month to showcase the label’s spring 2011 collection in a country where they will be opening 28 stores over the next two years. [Fashionista]

Model, Columbia student and maker of the documentary “Picture Me,” Sarah Ziff is currently working with Fordham University’s Fashion Law Institute on drafting a code of conduct for the modelling industry. [WWD]

New York Knicks power forward and NYFW front-rower Amar’e Stoudemire is rumoured to be launching a womenswear line for Rachel Rachel Roy. [Page Six]

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