Style Scoop: Iman Launches BB Cream for Women of Color, Arizona Muse Stars in Louis Vuitton Film, DVF Designs for Evian

Mononymous supermodel Iman is entering a new arena with her namesake beauty company. Iman Cosmetics is introducing the Skin Tone Evener BB Crème SPF 15 collection to the beauty balm market. What makes this BB cream special? It's one of, if not, the first to cater exclusively to ethnic skin while combating hyper-pigmentation and solving the color-match problem. And the six shades in her latest offering are able to complement 36 distinct skin tones. [WWD]

Italian retailer Marni is launching its first fragrance line with cosmetics company Estee Lauder. And just like the brand's quirky style conveys, the scent will be an “individual” one for the woman who “doesn't follow trends,” according to creative director Consuelo Castiglioni. [GlamBlush]

Counterfeiting isn't cute, and the courts agree. An Illinois judge awarded American retailer Coach $257 million in an online counterfeiting case. The brand was also able to shut down 573 websites that illegally used the Coach name to sell illegitimate merchandise. [Fashionista]

Louis Vuitton is bringing its life to fashion film with the help of Arizona Muse. The 24-year-old model is starring in the house's first fashion video as part of its new multi-media campaign. In L'invitation au voyage, Muse frolics around Paris with the finest that LV has to offer. Can't wait for the November 12 drop? Here's a tease. [Grazia Daily]

First, we had Jil Sander's $290 brown paper bag, and then, Céline's paper bag-inspired clutch emerged for Spring 2013. Now, there's another way the lunch box staple is being reworked: jackets. United Bamboo unveiled its $480, unisex paper bag jacket, for a new meaning on hobo chic. [Racked]

DVF is getting aquatic. Diane von Furstenberg joined Evian alums Jean Paul Gaultier and Christian Lacroix, becoming the first female designer to created a limited-edition bottle for the water company. [GlamChic]