Fashion news: Mary Katrantzou wins Swiss Textiles Award, Leighton Meester for Vera Wang and Kelly Cutrone + Dr. Phil

Mary Katrantzou Spring 2011. Photography by Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/WireImage

Greek-born, London-based designer Mary Katrantzou has won the 100,000 euro Swiss Textiles Award for her Spring 2011 collection. [Vogue UK]

Gossip Girl‘s Leighton Meester will be the face of a new Vera Wang fragrance. [The Cut]

Kelly Cutrone will be appearing on Dr. Phil a little more often. The fashion PR maven has signed on as a correspondent for the daytime talk show. [Fashionista]

“Even in the bedroom I have my camera, I sleep with my camera, I have lunch with my camera,” he said. “I go to dinner with my camera and I’m recording my experience,” said Olivier Zahm of Purple Magazine in an interview with the New York Times. [NYT]

Tamara Mellon has revealed the first Jimmy Choo fragrance. [WWD]

Prabal Gurung said his favourite fashion moment was when he walked up to Alber Elbaz to introduce himself and the designer behind Lanvin said, “I know who you are.” [FabSugar]

Marni will be diving into their design vaults to pull out popular looks from seasons passed. The Italian fashion house will be reissuing vintage pieces on their e-boutique. []

Tom Ford has been accused of discriminating against plus-sized men. Italian photographer and entrepreneur Jean Pigozzi claimed Ford told him he didn’t want “big fat guys like you in my shop.” [StyleList]

Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, daughter of Vogue Paris editrix Carine Roitfeld, is the face of Lancôme‘s new scent lavender. [Styleite]

Lindsay Lohan isn’t letting rehab get in the way of the expansion of her fashion line 6126. The troubled starlet will be adding a line of handbags to the brand. [StyleList]

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