Fashion news: Ruffian line hits Anthropologie, DWTS rejects Vera Wang designs and more

Photo via The Cut
Photo via The Cut

The new line Mise en Scene by Ruffian designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais has hit Anthropologie. The lower-priced collection of clothing and home décor was inspired by starlet dressing rooms in films like All About Eve and Stage Fright. The classic Ruffian style of sharp tailoring and classic, elegant fabrics are still there, but for a price that (probably) won’t give you buyer’s remorse. [Racked]

Coach designer Reed Krakoff will show his new line of accessories in February 2010 during Fashion Week. [The Cut]

Vera Wang opted out of Dancing with the Stars but not because she can’t dance. Apparently ABC refused to let Vera Wang design her own costumes for the show. You just don’t do that. [FWD]

Inès de la Fressange has been named ‘Most Chic woman in Paris,’ leaving Carla Bruni Sarkozy at the fifth spot on the style list. The former model snagged the number one title for epitomizing the “ultimate chic, urban classiness, and
unflappable elegance” of the Parisian woman. [Telegraph UK]

If you were starting to miss those catchy little 20-second Gap ads–that were always so evidently Gap ads–you’re in luck. After two years of nada on the TV front, the brand will be returning to a commercial lineup near you to help boost sagging sales. [NY Post]