Fashion news: Madonna set to design, Alexander McQueen’s Paris show is supposedly still a go and Anna Dello Russo reveals the true price of beauty

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Material girl Madonna is reportedly set to brings her lyrics to life and design a collection to be sold exclusively at Macy’s. The unconfirmed rumour is that the line will include clothing, accessories, lingerie and shoes. [Vogue UK]

In the wake of Alexander McQueen‘s death, the question of “what now” is obviously on everyone’s mind. While long-term plans remain unknown,  his upcoming Paris show is supposedly still scheduled to be presented. The collection was apparently completed a week prior to the designer’s death, and sources say that there is no change to the delivery dates of showpieces commissioned specifically for the runway. [Frockwriter]

Vogue Nippon fashion director Anna Dello Russo reveals the lengths she goes to for the sake of her wardrobe: “Collecting clothes is complicated because the clothes need a space and the right temperature. You really destroy clothes if you leave it there, no? It’s dusty, it’s hot — it ruins the clothes. It’s so freezing in my house! The clothes need to be cold . . . no more than 15 degrees Celsius.” [Fashionologie]

M.A.C and Rodarte are teaming up to launch a limited-edition cosmetics line in the fall, drawing inspiration from the Rodarte Fall 2010 show. [WWD]

Martin Scorsese-honoured this year at the Golden Globes-is adding to his list of accomplishments by directing the campaign for Chanel’s new men’s fragrance. [Vogue UK]

Jean-Paul Gaultier reveals his latest collaboration-with Brazilian shoe label, Melissa. The sandal stiletto is made of 100% recyclable plastic, taking the fashion motto “Out with the old, in with the new” to a whole new level. [Racked]

Tavi is as articulate live as she is onscreen. At a panel discussion on “The Future of Fashion Blogging” last night, the 13-year-old blogger shared her insight and opinions on the world of blogging, drawing applause and cheers from the crowd. [The Cut]