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It is another day which means another summary of what's making headlines. Here is the latest fashion news in brief:

  • Lily Allen is back! After famously calling it quits on her singing career in 2009, the songbird returned to the stage (or runway rather) to perform at Paris Fashion Week last night. The mother-of-two wore a rather unflattering baggy horse print dress at the Etam lingerie show to perform her hit song, 'Smile'. Whatcha make of that then? [Daily Mail]
  • Tilda Swinton has been tapped for a new Chanel campaign by Karl Lagerfeld. The actress fronts advertising for the label's Paris-Edinburgh collection. [WWD]

  • In more Tilda news, she has also been cast in a new music video for David Bowie. She, Bowie and model Andrej Pejic star in the gender-bending clip for the single, The Stars (Are Out Tonight), and uh-huh it's pretty barmy. Watch it below. [Telegraph UK]

  • Celia Birtwell announced she would be teaming up with Uniqlo in January. Now a short film to promote the line has been unveiled. It includes an interview with the iconic designer, and a behind-the-scenes look at the campaign starring Portia Freeman. [Vogue UK]

  • Victoria Beckham has ruled out any immediate plans to show at London Fashion Week. When recently asked whether she would shift from New York Fashion Week she said: "Not yet! I mean, look, never say never, but at the moment things are good for me in America." Boo! [Grazia UK]

  • Alex Bittar and Nicola Formichetti have collaborated again this time on an exclusive line of accessories for Mugler's autumn 2013-14 show, which will be unveiled today in Paris. Pieces are described as having a "retro Sixties vein," to them. So keep your eyes peeled! [WWD]

  • Had your fill of Jennifer Lawrence yet? No? Well after revealing a sneak peek at her new Miss Dior ads earlier this week, now you can ogle the Oscar-winner even more in this making of video for the advertising campaign. I think I'm officially Jen Law-ed out at the moment. [Marie Claire UK]