Fashion Roundup: No Plastic Surgery for Diane von Furstenberg; Hollywould, Imitation of Christ Shutting Down

Diane von Furstenberg on plastic surgery: “I know that a lot of people look at me and think, ‘Why doesn’t she do something to that face?’ But I made a decision. I do yoga and I hike, but I won’t do Botox. I know if I start doing things I will get insecure. You wear your own face. It is a little bit of your history, a little bit of who you are.” [Vogue UK]

An email from a PR employee at Holly Dunlap‘s Hollywould line sent out to press earlier seems to indicate that the line is closing: “Many of you have heard that Hollywould is up for sale. Sadly, the press office is closing, and today is my last day… As of now, I do not know where I will be going, but I will stay in touch.” [P6

Marc Jacobs has designed a limited edition Bugaboo stroller that sells for $1500. [Racked

Supermodel Cindy Crawford may have been boring when she was younger, but now feels comfortable dancing on the tables of bars and clubs owned by her husband, Rande Gerber. [Vogue UK

Imitation of Christ, founded by Tara Subkoff (who sold it to Sass & Bide CEO Josh Spark), is officially shutting down. [Racked

Fashion Roundup: No Plastic Surgery for Diane von Furstenberg; Hollywould, Imitation of Christ Shutting Down