Clippings: Karl Lagerfeld Pops Up on Orchard Street Edition

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- Twitter went wild today with Karl Lagerfeld sightings downtown on Orchard Street. Turns out, Kaiser Karl was shooting the new Chanel campaign, which even, at one point, involved getting up on a crane to view a shoot. Careful, Karl! [Refinery29]

- The Hermes sale on West 18th Street, if you haven't been, is absolutely bananas. The wares are decent, the line is astonomical, and folks are getting seriously catty. Apparently, a pregnant woman tried to cut the line, and eventually got in -- even though several people complained. This one sounds like a task for only the die-hards. [Racked NY]

- As with many rumors about Lindsay Lohan, the one about her possibly designing for Ed Hardy has proved false. But hey, when all of a sudden the one about her designing for Ungaro turned out to be true, you can't blame us for starting to pay closer attention to news reports about her. [Twitter/LindsayLohan]

- As always, a style section of a major paper latches onto a trend many moons after the story's officially broken. In this edition, The Wall Street Journal documents the fashion community's passion for Twitter -- specifically targeting Robert Duffy's often scandalous tweets around fashion week, and supermodel Coco Rocha's personal tidbits. [WSJ]

- Tragic news for vintage lovers: Apparently a treasure trove of vintage pieces went up in flames over the weekend when a fire destroyed Malin Landaeus's massive archive. [Racked NY]

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