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Fashion news: Marshalls coming to Canada, see ADR shilling ricotta and Karl Lagerfeld to shill for Volkswagen

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Photography by Peter Stigter

John Galliano on his own show-stopping runway outfits: “I get so immersed in the world that I am creating that – like a method actor – I tune with the muse, the story and the collection so much so that I evolve into an homage to the world I have created,” said Galliano. [Vogue UK]

Fashion journalist Robin Givhan is leaving the Washington Post after 15 years on the job. The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer will be joining Newsweek and Daily Beast team as a special correspondent for style and culture. [Fashionista]

Nicole Richie wore not one, not two, but three Marchesa gowns on her wedding day. The designer and reality TV star married longtime boyfriend Joel Madden on Saturday. [People]

Online shoppers rejoice: DSquared‘s online store now ships to Canada. [Twitter]

Blast from the past: A video has surfaced of an 18-year-old Anna Dello Russo shilling ricotta cheese. [Elle UK]

Karl Lagerfeld will appear in a series of ads promoting a special edition Volkswagen. [Racked]

Celebrity stylists are expecting this year’s Golden Globe Awards red carpet to feature an increase in daring dresses on leading ladies. “A lot of the spring collections had vibrant, beautiful colors. Hopefully we will see a lot of that, plus softer silhouettes,” said stylist Jessica Paster. [WWD]

American retailer Marshalls is coming to Canada. The discount retailer will open its first Canadian location in Toronto’s entertainment district. [The Star]

For those who were wondering, it appears that Conan O’Brien’s jeggings came from a street vendor in L.A. Oh and the show’s wardrobe crew had to buy an extra pair to make the legs longer. [Fashionista]

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