Fashion news: London looters, Erin Fetherston goes to Juicy Couture and Kelly Cutrone Takes to YouTube

Baptiste Giabiconi and Lara Stone fake rob a Chanel boutique.

Kell on Earth hasn’t even hit Canada yet, but we’ll be lucky to get the first season, because plans for a second seem to be lagging. Kelly Cutrone, clearly not waiting around, has instead set up a YouTube channel, KellyCutroneTV, where you can get “daily missives” from the People’s Revolution team. [Styleite] Read our  interview with Kelly Cutrone.

There has been a string of burglaries hitting London’s high end shops, and last night Chanel was the target (clearly the burglers have good taste). Over the past two years other retail stores including Dolce & Gabbana, Harvey Nichols, Anya Hindmarch and Salvatore Ferragamo have been robbed, but police haven’t confirmed yet if it’s the same high-end hitters that keep looting the shops. [Vogue UK]

Kate Moss and Mario Testino are teaming up to release a book. The 1,500 limited-edition signed copies will go for a cool 305 Euros. [Fabsugar UK via Stylelist]

Fashion designer Tara Subkoff, who suffered a brain tumour last year, tells Derek Blasberg about the ordeal and her recovery. She is relaunching her Imitation of Christ label as a line of “easy-to-wear staples with an edge,” under the shortened moniker, Imitation.  [Harper’s Bazaar]

Designer Erin Fetherston is joining the Juicy Couture team as a guest designer and creative consultant. [WWD]

Garance Doré has some thoughts about the recent rage for “plus-size” models: “It should not be such a big deal to show women with different bodies, but sometimes it’s treated like a bit of joke, or for shock, like the plus-size models on the runway in the U.K. Fashion Week. It’s not such a good thing to show plus-size because it’s not really physically healthy and not always flattering to fashion.” [The Cut]

If you are interested in the technology used in Sex & The City 2, know that Carrie Bradshaw has swapped her Apple laptop for a Hewlett-Packard computer. The company has locked down a sponsorship deal turning Bradshaw and her entourage into HP users. Sarah Jessica Parker is set to appear in HP ads. [Racked]

Erin Wasson would like to style Britney Spears, telling Teen Vogue, “I’d love to pull out her hair extensions and fake lashes and get her in her own skin for once—something raw and beautiful. Call me up, Britney.” [Fashionologie]