Style Notes: Beyoncé's Follow-Up Fragrance, Karl Lagerfeld Does Japanese Manga

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THR breaks down the day's hottest fashion headlines.

Beyoncé is joining the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga in expanding her perfume collection. This time, it’s Midnight Heat Perfume, following the success of her premier fragrance Heat. (MTV Style)

Madonna is not the only Ciccone making headlines. The music icon’s brother and her occasional tour creative director, Christopher Ciccone, will show a collection of footwear called Ciccone Collection, come September at London Fashion Week. (NY Magazine)

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Having successfully collaborated with high end designers like Mulberry and Rodarte, Target recently announced the mother of all collaborations: Target x Neiman Marcus and CFDA, which will feature a 50 piece holiday collection with contributors like Diane von Furstenburg, Tracy Reese, and Prabal Gurung. See the first promotional video released for the collection, revealing glimpses of all the collaborators. (Refinery29)

Following the unveiling of "Mon Shu,” the cartoon character face of Karl Lagerfeld’s upcoming collaboration with Japanese beauty brand Shu Uemura, comes the designer’s plans for the collection which includes eyeliners, false eyelashes, lip colors, and nail varnishes: "I wanted to invent my personal vision of a Japanese manga." (WWD)

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Nina Garcia is adding another title to her fashion résumé: Fashion collection curator for J.C. Penny. The Project Runway judge will contribute to merchandising and trend selection, in addition to making public appearances for the company. (NY Magazine)

In celebration of its Dover Street Market opening in Tokyo, iconic British lifestyle brand Mulberry has debuted a new and exclusive Mulberry 'Maisie' collection, marking the brand’s first collaboration with Dover, a mash-up of market, department store and museum. The three-piece collection features the North South Tote, East West Tote and the Pouch, all available in both Tokyo and London. (Highsnobette)