Fashion Roundup: New Job for Whitney Port; Anna Sui Wants to Save the Garment District; Gemma Ward Isn’t Retiring

The Hills Whitney Port will reportedly leave Kelly Cutrone‘s fashion PR and production company People’s Revolution during the current season of The Hills; she may depart for Diane von Furstenberg as the label’s in-house PR rep. And the cameras might follow. [The Cut, Fashionista]

Anna Sui has designed a T-shirt that says “Save the Garment District” with e-mails and names of New York officials on the back to raise awareness about the struggle of companies to stay in business in the neighborhood. [Vogue UK]

Patrick Robinson has brought khaki back to The Gap. [NY Times]

Gemma Ward is not retiring to pursue a full-time acting career as was recently reported. According to Ms. Ward herself, she’s only 20, for God’s sake! [The Cut]

Steve and Barry’s, which carries lines by Sarah Jessica Parker, Venus Williams and Amanda Bynes, was bought by Bay Harbour Management for $168 million. [WWD]

Jane Birkin will join guest designers like Carine Roitfeld, Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola for luxury knitwear line Lutz & Patmos. [Nylon]

Peter Som loves the way you wear his clothes. [Vogue UK]

DKNY is working with food rescue program City Harvest to paint the company’s trucks in the label’s fall 2008 colors of apple green, teal, purple and cobalt. The label will also design a special necklace that will be featured in its stores, the proceeds from which will go to the nonprofit. [WWD]