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Happy Friday! To finish off yet another bumper week in fashion (was it really almost a week ago that we had the Oscars?) here is today's daily news roundup:

  • That scrumptious elfin, Michelle Williams, stepped out for the London premiere of Oz: The Great and Powerful. The actress, who recently split from Jason Segel (noooo!) looked darling in a Burberry Prorsum bustier dress, made of embroidered peacock feathers. She was joined by her co-stars Mila Kunis in Alexander McQueen, and Rachel Weisz in Michael Kors. Lovely, lovely! [Supplied by Burberry]
  • There is more from Burberry with the announcement that Cara Delevingne has signed on to be the face of their latest fragrance, Burberry Body Tender. While it's no big surprise that the brand recruited London's most talked about model at the moment, I'm not sure I'm digging the name. Erm, Burberry Body Tender? Sounds like what happens after someone punches you in the guts. [Telegraph UK]

  • H&M are finally set to roll out their e-commerce offering to shoppers in the US later this year. Rumour has it the long-awaited online shop will launch in June 2013. [SheFinds]

  • Exciting news for US fans of Rihanna who are desperate to get their mitts on her new River Island collection. Opening Ceremony will start stocking the collection next week. The New York retailer has also curated an exhibition of seven of her best-known outfits to in a special tribute called "RIHtrospective." Talk about rolling out the red carpet. [WWD]

  • Beyoncé Knowles, Salma Hayek and Frida Giannini are lending their faces to Gucci's 'Chime for a Change' campaign. The trio are backing the new global campaign which aims to raise funds and awareness for girls' and women's empowerment. An announcement regarding plans for a worldwide event is set to be made mid-March. [WWD]

  • Natalia Vodianova has designed a new footwear collection for Russian retailer Centro. Comprising of classic heels, priced at £60, in a variety of colours, the line will be exclusively available at Net-A-Porter. Proceeds from each pair of shoes sold will be donated to her charity, the Naked Heart Foundation. [Vogue UK]


Image: Supplied by Burberry