Fashion news: Lucian Matis wins FDCC award, Gaultier does Target line and Karl heads to Argentina

Lucian Matis has been named the winner of the first FDCC Designer Development Fund award. The fund will be awarded annually in support of Canadian fashion designers who demonstrate potential for growth. A business mentorship with FDCC prez Robin Kay is part of the prize. “We want to extend the potential to build their brand and assist the designers with the necessary tools to help them emerge nationally and internationally in this new economy,” says Kay. [LGFW]

Georgia May Jagger will join Coco Rocha as the two new faces of Rimmel London’s campaign starting in 2010. [The Cut]

This week’s New York Magazine has named Anna Wintour one of the 12 most powerful New Yorkers. This news didn’t come as too shocking, but more confusing is the fact that the Vogue powerhouse is the sole woman to make the list. [The Cut]

Jean Paul Gaultier is designing a line for Target. Well, isn’t everyone? The collection will hit in Spring 2010. While Anna Sui’s line drew inspiration from Gossip Girl, Gaultier’s muse is the American woman and popular culture. [WWD]

Karl Lagerfeld is en route to Argentina for the first time. The designer will be shooting the newest Chanel campaign with Claudia Schiffer and Baptiste Giabiconi, while also crafting a book on Argentinian architecture. [WWD]