Style Notes: Taylor Swift Channels Jackie O, Rashida Jones Loves Her Business Wear

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Country superstar Taylor Swift has signed with IMG for worldwide marketing, endorsements, tour sponsorships and licensing. She continues to be repped by WME in areas including film, television and touring.

THR breaks down the day's hottest fashion headlines.

Damien Hirst was commissioned by David and Victoria Beckham to create artwork for the bedroom of their one-year-old daughter Harper Beckham. (Vogue UK)

Taylor Swift isn't just taking dating advice from the Kennedys, she's also been taking fashion inspiration from the late Jackie O. (E! Online)

Emma Roberts is putting her love for fashion to good use. The actress has designed a back-to-school tote to honor Wave For Change, Neutrogena's campaign to improve education. (BellaSugar)

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Rashida Jones may be a bona fide actress and screenwriter (Celeste and Jesse Forever opens this weekend), but she’s never waivered in her love for business wear as characters from office manager Karen Filippelli on The Office to lawyer Marylin Delpy in The Social Network, which she makes clear in a piece written for the New York Times: T Magazine. (NYTimes: T Magazine)

Acclaimed designer Valentino will be honored with an exhibit at the Somerset House in London this November, featuring 130 of his most iconic couture pieces, including Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece’s wedding dresses. (WWD)

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Unbeknownst to many shoppers and shoe addicts alike, the women behind shoe brand Sigerson Morrison are in the midst of a lawsuit with their former financial backer, Marc Fisher. The New York Times reports on how Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison have been booted from their own company, no longer allowed to even use their own names for any designs. (NYTimes)

Katie Holmes has set the date for her Fashion Week presentation of Holmes & Yang, the brand’s first showing in New York City, for September 8 at a yet-to-be-disclosed location. (NY Magazine)