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Olivia Wilde is Avon's new celebrity face

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Actress Olivia Wilde is the new celebrity face of Avon's 10-year-old “Today. Tomorrow. Always.” fragrance collection, the company announced in a news release on Tuesday.

Livia Firth has launched her first Green Carpet Challenge collection, consisting of ethically made dresses from Christopher Bailey for Burberry,  Christopher Kane, Erdem Moralioglu, Roland Moure and Victoria Beckham. Each designer created a gown and a cocktail dress for the collection, which went on sale on Net-a-porter on Tuesday. Net-a-porter reportedly has pledged to donate 20% of sales revenue to a charity that works to prevent the spread of AIDS to children in Africa. [WWD]

Rent the Runway, the website that rents out designer dresses and accessories for special occasions, on Tuesday introduced an assortment of plus-size offerings in sizes 14-22 from designers including Badgley Mischka, Monique L'huilier and Adrianna Pappell. At launch, there are more that 40 styles in the RTR Plus collection, the company announced.

At London Fashion Week, handbag designer Anya Hindmarch put on a memorable show involving bags suspended from wires being lowered from the ceiling while models flew up from the ground to meet them. [The Cut]

Don't try to wear flip-flops in two parks in San Juan Capistrano. They've been banned -- but city officials are bewildered about just how the ban came about. [Los Angeles Times]

J. Crew Chief Executive Mickey Drexler was named to the board of Warby Parker on Tuesday. Drexler was an early investor in the online eyewear brand. [The Cut]

Bloomingdale's has initiated a tagging program to mark frequently worn-and-returned items -- such as prom dresses. If the prominently displayed tag has been removed, the retailer won't accept a return. [Racked]  

Playboy confirmed that model Kate Moss will be its January/February cover girl. [Los Angeles Times]

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