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The week in fashion news


• Details of David Beckham’s Super Bowl commercial for his H&M underwear line have been revealed. You can vote for one of two ads on the retailer’s site; the winner (our money is on the one Becks gets naked for) will run during the game. Butt we digress. Just go look. (NY Daily News)

• Finnish brand Marimekko hooked up with Banana Republic. The resulting 25-piece collab hits stores in May. Brightly patterned maxi dresses, cotton tunics, rompers, full skirts, and accessories will set you back between $40 and $140. (Racked)

• Another week, another Lena Dunham moment. Vogue released a charming video of the actress and its international editor-at-large Hamish Bowles, well, voguing in preparation for her cover shoot. We memorized it through “Edie” (Sedgwick) and plan to bust it out in a club. (Vogue)

• The Paris couture shows wrapped on Thursday, giving us plenty of eye candy to flip through this weekend. Good luck trying to buy an unused feather, crystal, or bead in the French capital for the next few weeks. (Style.com)

• More details are surfacing about the credit card security breach at Neiman Marcus. As many as 1.1 million cards might have been compromised, so if you bought anything there from July 16 to October 20, 2013, you might want to check your bank statement. (WWD)

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