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Here is today's fashion news round-up, ready to be devoured:

  • Although the campaign has been out since 2011, the Advertising Standards Authority has banned a television commercial starring Keira Knightley for Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle fragrance. The promo, which features Knightley clad in nothing more than a bed sheet, aired during a screening of Ice Age 2, and prompted a complaint which deemed it "overtly sexual" for children. I'd say it's simply a case of bad programming. To see what all the fuss is about, check out the commercial, below. [Vogue UK]
  • A bag belonging to Vittorio Missoni, who went missing on January 4, has been discovered on the island of Bonaire in the Caribbean. While further details are yet to be released, the bag does bear Vittorio's name. He, along with his wife, and four others were travelling in a small plane when it disappeared near Venezuela's Los Roques archipelago last month. [WWD]

  • Designers are reportedly refusing to lend Kim Kardashian clothes. Nicola Formichetti, who dressed the reality starlet for an Elle shoot, has explained the "challenge" he faced when calling in clothes for the pregnant 32-year-old. "People wouldn't lend me clothes. But that's fashion snobbery," he reveals. In the end they had to work with what they were given - Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, and Viktor & Rolf. Goodness, how did they bear it? [Daily Mail]

  • Hunky bum Matthew McConaughy is launching a new line of men's wear. And before you ask, no it's not Magic Mike-inspired thongs, unfortch. Called JKL, the collection of sportswear is named after his charity, the Just Keep Livin Foundation, which he founded in 2008 after the death of his father. The foundation aims at teaching children health education. Aww, what a sweetie pie. [WWD]

  • Joining in on the Comic Relief fun is Lara Stone, who has pulled her best funny faces (if that's even possible) for the worthy cause. The model mum-to-be has helped to launch Sainbury's search for the UK's funniest face, in celebration of Red Nose Day. The idea is to buy a red nose, take a silly selfie and upload it to the Sainbury's Facebook page. Sounds like another day on Instagram to me. [Telegraph UK]