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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Project Runway Drama, Rihanna's Reality Show and More From Around the Web

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was set to host Project Runway: All Stars but backed out just weeks before filming to participate in the film Mad Max. Carolyn Murphy will be replacing her for the upcoming season. [New York Post]

Sophie Theallet was named the U.S. divisional winner of the International Woolmark Prize. The designer will face off against other regional winners like Prabal Gurung, Kaufman Franco and Naeem Khan in the international contest. [Vogue UK]

Actress Emily Mortimer is the face of L.K. Bennett's fall collection. Decked out in the U.K. brand, a favorite of Kate and Pippa Middleton, she looks more glam than she normally does on The Newsroom, no? [WWD]

Livia Firth (yep, Colin's wife) designed a sustainable clothing line to be sold on environmentally-conscious site, Yooxygen.com. [Telegraph]

Rihanna is producing and co-hosting a British reality show called Styled to Rock. On the show, Henry Holland, Nicola Roberts (of Brit pop band Girls Aloud) and the Riri's stylist, Lysa Cooper, will serve as mentors to a dozen competing designers. [StyleBistro]

Urban Decay has decided against expanding their product line to China due to the country's animal testing policies. It's unsettling to think that there are still issues over animal testing in the cosmetics industry, but it's great that Urban Decay is so committed to staying 100 percent cruelty-free. [Racked]

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