Fashion news: LiLo to stay at Ungaro, Prada’s new face and Carla Bruni to act for Woody Allen

Elijah Wood and Shirley Manson star in Oliver Peoples 2010 campaign, which will launch this month on the eyewear brand’s website. The campaign include a short film that showcases the two in a retro-style shoot by photographer and director Autumn de Wilde. [WWD]

Daul Kim was reportedly involved in an abusive relationship. The Daily Beast reports that Daul Kim instant messaged a friend a the night before she was found. Apparently she had just had a physical fight with her boyfriend and expressed her inability to leave him despite her friend’s pleas. [The Cut]

France’s First Lady and former model Carla Bruni has signed on to appear in an upcoming Woody Allen film. Bruni has no idea what role she will be cast in, but said acting in a film by Allen was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity she couldn’t pass up, despite her lack of acting experience. “Perhaps I will be very bad,” joked Bruni. [WSJ]

Lindsay Lohan will stay on at Ungaro for the time beingso armchair critics everywhere can look forward to some fresh material for mockery. [WWD]

Yves Saint Laurent’s longtime partner Pierre Bergé has written a book called Letters to Yves. The 125-page book was penned six months after the designer’s death from cancer and will be released in February. [WWD]

Prada has named newcomer Rasa Zukauskaite as the brand’s new face for Spring. The Lithuanian model walked for Prada, Alberta Ferretti and Missoni this year. [Grazia]

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