Style Notes: Nicole Richie and Gwyneth Paltrow Team Up, Karl Lagerfeld Announces Plans for a New Store, Paris Jackson Shows Off a Pixie Cut

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Nicole Richie

THR breaks down the day's hottest fashion headlines.

In an Instagram post, Paris Jackson showed off a blonde pixie-cut crop, similar to Miley Cyrus' cut (that inspired Girls creator Lena Dunham to chop off her locks), though Jackson was likely wearing a wig. Jackson tweeted: "That awkward moment when everyone is saying no to doing the right thing ...… if I want to cut my hair and donate it I'd appreciate SOME support." She later posted the photo of herself with the shorter style and captioned it: "How about this one?" [Refinery29]

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has announced plans for a concept shop in Paris' Left Bank district. The store will stock clothing and accessories by several of the fashion labels that Lagerfeld works on including his self-named Karl line and the Karl Lagerfeld Paris collection. The boutique is set to open in February. No word on whether or not it will carry Chanel and Fendi. [Fashion Indie]

Fashionistas Nicole Richie and Gwyneth Paltrow have teamed up. Richie created a limited-edition House of Harlow clutch that's available on Paltrow's GOOP website. Richie says the purse is the "perfect piece to complement everyone's wardrobe.” [New York Magazine]

The New York Post reports that Ryan Lochte dined with Vogue editors last week at the Lion in NYC's West Village followed by drinks with designer Richard Chai. The Olympic gold medalist didn't stay long because he had to catch a flight back to Florida to make an early morning swim practice. [New York Magazine]

Tom Ford unveiled his first accessories shop-in-shop at Harrods in London. The 320-square-foot space, located on the ground floor of the luxury department store, has Ford's handbags (Carey Mulligan and Jennifer Aniston have recently been spotted carrying them), jewelry and small leather goods from his womenswear collection. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Twilight actress Ashley Greene has partnered with Avon's Mark cosmetics to help stop domestic violence. The beauty brand ambassador posed in a new ad for a $24 lipstick and compact set — all proceeds go to M.powerment, an organization that works to end dating abuse. [Bella Sugar]

Taylor Swift told Glamour magazine that John Mayer was "presumptuous" when he claimed her song "Dear John" was about him. The November cover girl also said that she doesn’t divulge much about her personal life in interviews ... just in her song lyrics. [Huffington Post]

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