Today in Fashion: Vodianova Lands Movie Role; Times Records Street Style

Natalia Vodianova has been given the lead role in a film version of Albert Cohen’s 1968 novel Belle du Seigneur, opposite Jonathan Rhys Myers. [Vogue UK]

The Local, a New York Times blog, has begun doing street style videos. Says Lewis the hipster: “This is a vintage Wrangler jean shirt.” [The Local]

A Top Model contestant, a student at Princeton University, was chastised by Andre Leon Talley for not studying the mannerisms of Marc Jacobs, whom she was asked to impersonate for a photo shoot: “I don’t get that Jane, who’s apparently a Princeton girl, has not done her homework,” he said. [The Cut]

Meanwhile, a West Village resident, a freelance writer named Gary Stern, has decided to fight the Marc Jacobs-ification of the neighborhood–six stores with a cafe reportedly on the way–with t-shirts that read: “More Jane Jacobs”–different Jane!–“Less Marc Jacobs.” [The Villager]