Fashion Roundup: Marc Jacobs Gets More Exclusive; Lucky Launches iPhone App; Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe Kiss, Make Up

rachel and nicole Fashion Roundup: Marc Jacobs Gets More Exclusive; Lucky Launches iPhone App; Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe Kiss, Make UpThe guest list of the Marc Jacobs show on Feb. 16 is being cut from 2,000 (1,100 seated and 900 standing) to 700 (with 500 seated and 200 standing), making it an even more exclusive affair than usual with only "one or two" celebrities attending. [WWD]

Nicole Richie put an end to her infamous feud with Rachel Zoe by hugging it out with the celebrity stylist at a party Ms. Zoe threw in Beverly Hills on Thursday. [WWD]

The "it" bag is over; the "it" shoe is in. [IHT

Lucky magazine has introduced an iPhone application that allows you to find anything from the magazine’s shopping guides "near you." [NY Times]  

Prabal Gurung, design director of the now defunct Bill Blass fashion house, has announced that he will launch his own line for Fall 2009 on Feb. 12 at the FLAG Art Foundation in Chelsea. [FWD]


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