Fashion news: Naomi Campbell testifies in Alaia, Gisele apologizes for breastfeeding comments and Tommy Hilfiger’s son arrested

Because it is of the utmost importance what one wears to testify at a war crimes tribunal, consider yourself informed that Naomi Campbell took the stand at Charles Taylor‘s trial “wearing a cream-colored knit dress and cardigan from Azzedine Alaia’s spring/summer collection” “with matching high-heeled sandals and a choker necklace, her hair tied in a bun with two loose strands and a heavy bangs framing her face.” [WWD, National Post ]

Twas Tweeted: “Is it wrong to wear a CHANEL dinner jacket with a T shirt to the airport if it’s still breakfast time out here in Singapore uugh TOO LATE!” tweets Kanye West, who should know that a dinner jacket is never wrong. [@kanyewest]

American menswear designer John Bartlett is creating a capsule collection for Quebec department store Simons. The ads will feature Madonna ex Tony Ward. [WWD]

Gisele has apologized for telling Harper’s Bazaar,“‘There should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months.” The supermodel said on her blog that she was just stating her opinion on the importance of breastfeeding. “I am sure if I would just be sitting talking about my experiences with other mothers, we would just be sharing opinions. I understand that everyone has their own experience and opinions and I am not here to judge.” [National Post, Gisele’s Blog]

Diane von Furstenberg has pledged to give half of her wealth to Bill Gates and Warren Buffett’s charity Giving Pledge. Participants promise, though are not legally bound, to donate the majority of their fortunes over their lifetime or after they die, and can choose where the money is directed. [Vogue]

Christian Siriano does not source models on Craigslist, you guys. Ads looking for models for the Project Runway winner’s catalogue have been appearing on the classifieds site, but they’re fake. [Fashionista]

Tommy Hilfiger‘s rapper son Richard was arrested last week for pot possession. [Racked]