Fashion Roundup: Vogue Doc Will Address Anna Wintour Retirement Rumors; Designing Dresses for Hillary Clinton; Saks Slashes Jobs

Many American fashion editors, including Nina Garcia, will not be heading to Paris for haute couture shows this season due to significant budget cuts. [FWD]

Alexander McQueen has teamed up with Puma to design a sports-inspired clothing and accessories line for men and women. [WWD]

According to director R.J. Cutler, his new documentary The September Issue, about Anna Wintour and Vogue, includes “a moment in the film where, what might lead to the end of her time at Vogue comes up and is addressed. I don’t want to give away story points but it is something that she speaks to.” [WSJ]

Saks, having survived a dismal holiday shopping season, is reportedly eliminating 1,100 corporate and store positions, which is 9 percent of its entire workforce. [WWD]

Oscar de la Renta said that he has designed a pink and grey embroidered dress for Hillary Clinton for the inaugural balls, but added that he and the Secretary of State-designate often disagree about her neckline. [People]