Fashion Roundup: Catherine Zeta-Jones’s Wardrobe Duplicates; Vogue India Lands in Hot Water; Halston Searches for a Replacement

Tamara Mellon‘s ex-husband Matthew Mellon will debut a new collection with his fiancée, designer Nicole Hanley, under the name Mellon-Hanley at the St. Regis hotel next week. [WWD]

Catherine Zeta-Jones buys duplicates of all her clothes and stocks them at her various homes throughout the world so that they all have identical wardrobes. [Vogue UK]

Critics find Indian Vogue offensive because of its spread of real people living in impoverished areas, photographed with accessories like a $100 Fendi bib and $200 Burberry umbrella. [NY Times]  

Halston may replace designer Marco Zanini with a whole design team rather than an individual designer. [WWD

Jil Sander has been sold to Onward Holdings Co. Ltd., a Tokyo-based apparel group, for $244.1 million. [WWD]

Photographer Patrick Demarchelier said he’d like to photograph Michelle Obama. [Vogue UK]