DVF's Comic Book, Jessica's Enviable Pad

Diane von Furstenberg has not only designed a collection inspired by Wonder Woman, she's also authored a comic book featuring superheroines Diva, Viva and Fifa. [WWD, DVF]
Backstage at Marc Jacobs' Louis Vuitton Paris show, the models flipped up their skirts to show Cathy Horyn an important detail: lace underwear monogrammed with LV. [On the Runway]
Jessica Stam's East Village apartment, designed by Rafael de Cardenas, is sickeningly fabulous for a 22-year-old. [Jezebel]

Vivienne Westwood's camp is now denying that Kate Winslet is confirmed to play the designer in a biopic: "The script has not even been finished yet, let alone casting." [Fashionologie]
Cynthia Rowley has created a cocktail dress based on the art of Kara Walker, and Faran Krentcil is not at all impressed. [Fashionista]
Legendary Brit designer and Dior creative director John Galliano will be the keynote speaker at this year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund gala at Skylight Studios on November 17th. [WWD]
Weird legal wranglings mean that Project Runway probably won't be on Lifetime, but the show may end up on NBC. [The Cut]
Isabelle McNally is the face of streetwear label Obesity + Speed's monochrome spring collection. [Nylon]
After two years without a licensee, Rochas has a deal with an Italian company and will unveil a ready-to-wear collection in March. [WWD]