CFDA Winners and Losers; Farewell, Agy?

• More on the winners and losers—both at the dinner and on the red carpet—at last night's CFDA Awards. [NYT, FWD, Cut, TDB, Pipeline]
• Not surprisingly, the powers that be at Calvin Klein aren't the least bit displeased by the new controversy surrounding their not-so-new ad campaign for the company's jeans line. [Cut]
• Say it ain't so: Britain's Mirror reports Agyness Deyn is "quitting modeling and New York and coming home to concentrate on her acting career." [Mirror]
• Because he's willing to do whatever it takes to ensure you see his movie when it comes out, Sacha Baron Cohen appears in the buff on GQ's new cover. [GQ]

Vogue UK's Alexandra Shulman is terribly troubled about all the size zero models out there. What's she doing about it? She sent out a "strongly-worded letter" recently, which ought to do the trick, no? [Times UK]
• Stefano Dolce and Domenico Gabbana feel your pain. Or maybe they don't, but they're still cutting prices by 10-20 percent. [Fashionista]
• Prada is doing a bit of financial restructuring to free up cash for an "aggressive store expansion." You've been warned. [Reuters]
• A peek inside Stefano Tonchi's apartment. [The Selby]
Claire Danes has picked Narciso Rodriguez to design her wedding dress. [SW]
• Agnelli heir (and style maven) Lapo Elkann says "in this economic state, style will last and fashion will decrease." Make of that what you will. [Men.Style]
• The Gap is struggling, as you may have heard. Perhaps a new ad agency will turn things around? Or, you know, perhaps not. [AdAge]
• A peek at "Fashion From the Inside Out," the new exhibit at The Museum at FIT honoring designer Isabel Toledo. [Pipeline, Cut]