Fashion Roundup: Siriano’s Shoes, Jacobs’ Nudes, ‘Polanski’s’ Greed

Project Runway contestant Christian Siriano has signed a deal with Payless to design a line of affordable shoes and handbags. [NY Post]

Designer Roberto Cavalli has been cleared of all tax evasion charges brought against him in Italy in 2002 when he attempted to write off taxes on renovations to his Tuscany home. [Vogue UK]

Louis Vuitton is re-releasing Marc Jacobs‘ collaboration with graffiti artist Stephen Sprouse for a new limited edition collection that the designer will advertise by posing nude painted in Mr. Sprouse’s graffiti. [WWD]

Heidi Klum‘s father, Gunther Klum, who also acts as her manager, has sent a $275,000 bill to a German party promoter who used the supermodel’s image on a flyer and on his Web site. [Vogue UK]

Italian video artist Francesco Vezzoli has created a fake ad for a perfume he named Greed, starring Natalie Portman and Michelle Williams filmed by Roman Polanski. [NY Mag]

Fashion Roundup: Siriano’s Shoes, Jacobs’ Nudes, ‘Polanski’s’ Greed