Joan Rivers is the subject of new book by daughter Melissa

Melissa Rivers' book on growing up with Joan Rivers is due in May

Melissa Rivers has written a book about growing up with her mother, the late comedian and "Fashion Police" host Joan Rivers. "The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief and Manipulation" is due out from Crown Archetype on May 5, the publisher announced. [People]

Nike plans to bring back Hare Jordan this spring, a product line that pairs  inspirations from basketball legend Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny that originally launched in 1992. Jordan and Bugs famously starred together in the 1996 film "Space Jam." [WWD]

Women's clothing retailer Chico's is nearing a sale to Sycamore Partners, a private equity firm that also owns controlling interest in Aeropostale, Talbots, Coldwater Creek, Jones New York and more. [NYT]

Designer Karl Lagerfeld plans to launch a kids' line in 2016. [WWD]

Helen Mirren's first television ad for L'Oreal Paris U.K. is out, and Kathleen Hou at the Cut deems it wonderful. [The Cut]

Pantone released its top color picks for fall. Color of the year marsala made the list, as did olive, sage, golden yellow, rose, dusty orange and other hues reminiscent of the 1970s. [Racked]

Golden Globes winner Gina Rodriguez of "Jane the Virgin" is slated to wear this year's Red Carpet Green Dress gown to the Oscars, and "American Sniper's" Jake McDorman is to wear the challenge's winning tux. [Los Angeles Times]

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