Bernhard Willhelm to Stage Berlin Show; Simon Doonan on Michelle Obama

Christy's new Bally ad.

Bernhard Willhelm will stage a men's presentation at Berlin Fashion Week in a former railway station. He's German, but normally shows in Paris. [WWD]

• Simon Doonan on Michelle Obama: "Everyone in fashion can see she has that great physicality, where she can wear the most conservative, appropriate of clothes and she's always going to give it that extra sizzle when in fact, she's not wearing anything intrinsically different to what Laura Bush might wear." [British Vogue]

Christy Turlington stars in the new Bally campaign alongside "Spanish Adonis" Oriol Elcacho. The minus-one windchill is fabulous today, isn't it? [British Vogue]

• Selfridges' Ultralounge, which showcases a series of art exhibits, launches February 13. First up is ArtCore, comprised of "visual documentation of the acid house and rave movement, which began in the Eighties. Posters and flyers of vivid yellow smiley faces and dancing robots that promoted clubs such as Hacienda, Raindance and Tribal Gathering will be on display." [WWD]

• Topshop is selling a T-shirt with a painting of Courtney Love's face on it for £40. It's called "Clown Girl." [British Vogue]

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