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Fashion Roundup: Kate Upton Wow’s on Vogue and New John Lennon inspired Pants

Posted on 13th December 2012 | Fashion Roundup

Former FashionTV ‘Model of the Week’ and Sports Illustrated ‘It Girl’ Kate Upton Wow’s on the cover of Vogue UK. The top model was photographed by Alasdair McLellan, revealing a voluptuous profile. The full January 2013 issue with Upton's first ever British Vogue cover may be viewed on Vogue UK’s site. (Vogue UK)

No Doubt is to design a ‘Ska’ clothing collection for Fred Perry, the British sportswear brand. The collaboration will be out next Spring and is set to feature the full rainbow of reggae colors and vibes. (Styleite)

H&M will launch a new environmentally friendly initiative called iCollect. The idea which will set sail globally in February 2013, will encourage customers to recycle clothes by donating them in iCollect boxes placed near cash wraps in stores. Each bag of clothing will be exchanged for store discounts -- what a great idea! (Racked)

The countdown for the premiere of the new season of ‘Girls’ has begun and is only a month away. The hit show which inspires a new generation of fashionistas, released an official limited-release deluxe digital soundtrack from the show. (Refinery 29)

Benicio del Toro holds a naked woman while wearing a tuxedo on the cover of L'Officiel Hommes Winter cover. Since photographer Andre Saraiva shot the image, the cover has become quite a topic of controversy over the net. Yet there is something touching about del Toro's frozen facial expression, distancing himself from a situation which most guys would find pretty awesome. (Huffington Post

To conclude our list of fashion highlights for this week, is a great video from Racked -- taking Yoko Ono’s new pants designed for Opening Ceremony, out on a test walk! The pants are part of a collection of sexually provocative garments inspired by Ono's late husband, John Lennon. Take a look:



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