Top stories this week: Derek Lam leaves Tod’s, Piers Morgan calls Kate Moss “vile” and Johnny Depp will get Fashion Icon CFDA Award

CFDA Awards nominations are in!
They’re here! Diane Von Furstenberg announced the nominees and honourees of the CFDA Awards 2012… Johnny Depp will be receiving a Fashion Icon award in June, while Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have gained recognition for their work for The Row after getting a Womenswear Designer of the Year nomination. Read more here! 

London Design Museum honours Christian Louboutin 
To honour the Christian Louboutin brand turning 20, the London Design Museum is holding a two-month exhibition in honour of the red-soled pieces of foot candy from May 1st until July 9th. Read more here!

Derek Lam to leave Tod’s
Yet another creative director will be leaving his position… It’s been reported that Derek Lam will be leaving Tod’s after working with the brand for six years, allegedly to focus more of his attention on his eponymous label. Read more here!

Piers Morgan rips into Kate Moss
Former Britain’s Got Talent judge Piers Morgan ripped into Kate Moss this week, branding her “a vile little creature” and “utterly horrific” among other things. Read more here!

Jennifer Lopez covers American Vogue
Jenny from the block is photographed by Mario Testino for American Vogue’s April  ‘shape issue’, wearing a stunning red dress from the Bottega Veneta spring/summer 2012 collection.  Read more here! 

A mini-Saturday is born!
Una Healy from The Saturdays gave birth to a little baby girl this week. She and fiancé Ben Foden decided to give their new arrival a traditional Irish name… Read more here!


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