Kit Harington smolders for Jimmy Choo ads

'House of DVF' picked up for another season

Actor Kit Harington of "Game of Thrones" is starring in Jimmy Choo men's ads for a second season. Choo creative director Sandra Choi gushes about Harington's “cool attitude and smoldering sensuality,” which make him "perfectly [embody] the Jimmy Choo man." [WWD]

"The House of DVF," E!'s reality series that revolves around Diane von Furstenberg's atelier, has been greenlighted for a second season. [Entertainment Weekly]

Thank you notes from Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to former Carolina Herrera design director Bill Hamilton are among letters written by the former first lady that are scheduled to go up for auction on Saturday. [WWD]

Los Angeles retailer Kitson is using signs drawn on its store windows to call out Mayor Eric Garcetti, whom it says is refusing to meet with Kitson management to discuss their dissatisfaction with a licensee who operates Kitson stores at Los Angeles International Airport. (Psst, Kitson. The mayor isn't a central player in who runs concessions at L.A.; the Board of Airport Commissioners and Los Angeles World Airports executive director are the key decision makers.) [Racked]

Google Glass sales will end on Monday while the company works on developing a better product. [Los Angeles Times]

Model Cara Delevingne appears in DKNY's women's and lingerie ads, but also in its menswear ads -- dressed in a suit and trying to blend in with the male models in the campaign. [The Cut]

Paris Fashion Week is scheduled to start Jan. 25, but attendance may be affected because of fears after the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo this month. [Page Six]


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