Style Notes: Jean Paul Gaultier Takes On Interior Design, Carolina Herrera's Superstar Status

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THR breaks down the day's hottest fashion headlines.

Following the wildly successful collaboration between Jean Paul Gaultier and Coca-Cola, the designer is taking on home décor and accessories with Paris-based fabric specialist Lelievre to debut in September. (WWD)

Miss Dior Marion Cotillard covers Vogue’s August Age Issue while looking anything but aged. Says the Academy Award-winning actress: "I've never been more exhausted. But I’ve never had more energy. This is the paradox of being happy." (Vogue)

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Getting in on the Olympic festivities, Opening Ceremony and Proenza Schouler have collaborated on an exclusive gold PS11, the latter’s signature cross-body bag. Proceeds will support the U.S. teams at the Games. (Refinery29)

Kate Middleton may refuse to cover any magazines, but that won’t stop the publications from putting the fashion icon up front and center. Marie Claire South Africa’s August cover features the Duchess’ head and hands digitally added to the body of a model to create a unique “photoshoot.” (Telegraph)

Carolina Herrera will be honored by Fashion Group International in October, alongside Haider Ackermann, Gareth Pugh and Derek Lam. The seasoned designer will be the recipient of the Superstar Award at the group’s annual Night of Stars Gala. (WWD)

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Valérie Trierweiler made her debut as France's First Lady on Bastille Day, and the blogs are already speculating about her role as a fashion icon following in the footsteps of political fashion figures like Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni and Middleton. (Huffington Post)

Get a first look at the Adidas Originals x Jeremy Scott video look book for autumn/winter 2012. While the vid is distractingly colorful, noticeably missing are the controversial “shackle” sneakers, which were pulled from the collection amid backlash that the shoes had racist connotations. (Highsnobette)