Fashion news: See Marion Cotillard’s unretouched cover, Nicholas Kirkwood web pop-up and Brooke Sheilds still fits into her Calvins

Oh, Brooke Shields and her perfect genes, or jeans. The 45-year-old actress and mother of two told can still fit into the same pair of denims that she wore in her infamous 1980 Calvin Klein ad. [StyleList]

Marion Cotillard appears to be unretouched on the cover of Italian Vanity Fair.  [The Cut]

Rei Kawakubo is joining forces with iconic ’60s designer Paco Rabanne. Kawakubo will be teaming up with Rabanne to resurrect an iconic 1969 handbag in new materials, to be revealed during Paris Fashion Week. [WWD]

If you were shocked when John Galliano chose Taylor Momsen as the face of his new women’s fragrance Parlez-Moi d’Amour he’s got an explanation: The one-time enfant terrible is trying to woo a younger audience. [WWD]

How Giorgio Armani got his groove back: The iconic Italian designer hopes to rejuvenate his collections with a creative partnership with Lady Gaga. Armani will also be be designing the costumes for Lady Gaga’s show in Italy in December. [WSJ]

Nicholas Kirkwood has launched a =pop-up e-shop that stocks shoes from his Erdem and Peter Pilotto collaborations. It closes up shop at 7 a.m. EST on Sunday, so hurry! [ASVOF]

Beyoncé and her mother, Tina Knowles, will be launching a limited edition collection of temporary tattoos like the ones Beyoncé sported in the Fall 2010 House of Deréon ad campaign. The tattoos were designed by airbrush makeup brand Temptu and will be availble on November 1 at Sephora stores. [Refinery 29]

According to a recent study published in Time magazine, men don’t notice when women wear high heels. Who says we wear them for men? [Huffington Post]

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