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Maria Sharapova, CFDA celebrate Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Maria Sharapova wears Marc Jacobs to CFDA party
Gwyneth Paltrow takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Modern underwear banned on 'Downton Abbey'


Tennis star Maria Sharapova (clad in a pink dress by Marc Jacobs), the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Porsche co-hosted a cocktail party Wednesday night celebrating the 20th anniversary of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Many fashion industry folks turned out to support the initiative. [WWD]

In other style and fashion news:

Gwyneth Paltrow, wearing a bikini, took the Ice Bucket Challenge, and called out her "consciously uncoupled" husband Chris Martin, fashion designer Stella McCartney and actress Cameron Diaz to pour ice water over themselves, too. [People]

Modern watches, jewelry and underwear have reportedly been banned from the set of "Downton Abbey," just to make sure nothing not-of-the-early-20th-century inadvertently shows up in any scenes (as a water bottle did in a recent publicity photo). [Telegraph]

T magazine's "by the numbers" looks at Vogue and, among other things, finds that editor in chief Anna Wintour has a rumored $200,000-a-year clothing allowance, 93% of the covers in the last five years have featured celebrities and Amber Valletta is Wintour's favorite cover model (she's been on 17 of them). [T magazine]

Sharleen Ernster Lazear has left her position as Guess' chief design officer after 18 months, WWD reports. [WWD]

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