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Items Du Jour: Louis Vuitton F/W 2014, Cara’s Narcolepsy, Lupita for Lancome

Charlotte Gainsbourg for Louis Vuitton Fall 2014+ As promised, Louis Vuitton's Fall 2014 campaign was a collaborative effort by famed photographers Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz and Juergen Teller, featuring models Charlotte Gainsbourg, Liya Kebede, Freja Beha Erichsen and Jean Campbell.

+ A Vogue reporter attempted to interview model Cara Delevingne, only to have her fall asleep on her - twice! The reporter later discovered from fashion photographer Tim Walker that Cara once fell asleep "for seven hours on one Mulberry shoot."

+ Former creative director of Gap, Patrick Robinson, has left his position at A|X Armani Exchange. Despite gossip that he left due to plagiarism issues, a representative assured Page Six that Robinson left the brand amicably.

+ 12 Years a Slave star-turned-fashion darling Lupita N'yongo has landed her first Lancome ad - naturally, she looks amazing.

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Alice Dellal is the New Face of Marc Jacobs

Alice Dellal for Marc by Marc Jacobs

Alice Dellal is the new face of Marc by Marc Jacobs. The London-based socialite, musician and model - who is known for her signature half-shaved head and punk style - has been chosen by the designer to front the campaign for his brand's Spring/Summer 2012 collection alongside Erik Andersson.

In contrast to her usual look, the 24-year-old model wears a selection of bright dresses and anklestrap shoes in the shots taken by photographer Juergen Teller.

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Marc Jacobs Loves Sexual Connotations

Marc Jacobs in Bang campaignFashion designer (and now occasional model) loves how the name of his new fragrance has a “sexual connotation.”

The designer is to release his latest men’s scent, entitled Bang, in July and is a huge fan of its moniker because it sounds so intimate and has different meanings.

“The name came to me first. We had been approached by Coty to do another men’s scent - we did one many years ago - and I was in the gym, and the name Bang came to me. As a word, it has so many connotations, including a sexual connotation. And I loved the immediacy and the sound of the word. For me, fragrance is always a multilayered process - Bang was the catalyst for how this fragrance came to be. You’re drawn to try it, to experience it.”

Jacobs appears almost naked in the advertising campaign for the fragrance and although he was initially reluctant to strip off, he was persuaded to do so by his business partner Robert Duffy:

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