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Tidbits: Some “Gossip” about People-U-Know

Tidbits: Some "Gossip" about People-U-Know Karl Lagerfeld, who designed Diet Coke bottles distributed in France last year, is designing three more aluminum bottles for the company, which will be available in Europe this April. [WWD]

• While we’re on the subject, Diet Pepsi just released some new “skinny” cans, supposedly in hopes that it will appeal to stylish folks. [Fashionista]

Tommy Hilfiger is holding separate men’s and women’s shows this season. [Page Six/NYP]

Tibi designed a line of stationery printed with illustrations of editors like Italian Elle’s Eva Fontanelli and Teen Vogue’s Jane Keltner deValle. [Catwalk Queen]

• In a commercial for Heidi Klum’s new show, Seriously Funny Kids, Klum gets lectured by a little girl for wearing a shirt with holes in it. [Modelinia]

Teen Vogue has invited a slew of bloggers to the WWDMagic trade show in Las Vegas, including Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes and Erica Domesek of P.S. I Made This. The magazine will also be launching their new blogger network, Fashion Click, there. [Fashionista]

Michael Kors: “Initially, my clothes couldn’t be expensive enough. I went from thinking fashion was only the provenance of big-city affluent people, to thinking you could be 14 or 80, live in the city or suburbs, have endless money or a limited budget, and buy something great-looking at the right price for you. The world has changed, and people look and feel better for it … I always say, ‘If you blurred your eyes, would the wealthiest person in the world want to wear it?’ If the answer is no, we don’t make it.” [Fashionologie]

Ryan McGinley shot Annie Lennox’s daughter Tali, Lou Doillon, and Lauren Hutton for Club Monaco’s latest ads. [WWD]

Naomi Campbell won her 2001 lawsuit against British paper The Daily Mirror for publishing photos of her attending a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, but now the decision has been overturned due to new evidence. [Vogue UK]

Louis Vuitton is planning to unveil a new line of men’s leather goods at its men’s show in Paris tomorrow. [WWD]

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