Fashion Roundup: APC Teams Up With Nike; P. Diddy Toning Things Down; Helen Mirren Might Start Clothing Line for Older Women

Paris brand APC has partnered with Nike for a limited edition line of canvas tennis shoes based on Nike 1975 “All Court” model that will be in stores this spring. [WWD]

In this holiday season’s films—Revolutionary Road, Australia, Milk—costume design is at the forefront. [LA Times

Neiman Marcus has reported a $12.9 million profit in the first fiscal quarter. But don’t get too hopeful yet–the profits are actually an 83.6 percent decrease for the retailer, as its profits dropped from $78.8 million to $12.9 million. [WWD

P. Diddy said that he’s toning down his personal style and trying not to dress too “flashy,” given the current state of the economy. [Vogue UK]

Oscar winner Helen Mirren, who has publicly talked about the lack of fashionable choices for older women, is considering designing a collection for British label Marks & Spencer. She’s already decided on a name: DWS, as in “Dresses with Sleeves.” [Vogue UK]