CALVIN'S ONCE AND FUTURE GIRL? Christy Turlington may become the new Calvin Klein face--and figure. According to sources, Turlington is expected to appear in Klein's new women's underwear ads, which break early next year. She may eventually be used for Calvin's other lines, as well. Christy and Klein are no strangers: She's appeared in several Klein campaigns over the years, including his high-profile Eternity TV and print efforts. Could it be goodby, Kate?

T-SHIRT PHENOMENON: The Council of Fashion Designers of America sold 10,000 "Fashion Targets Breast Cancer" T-shirts in 12 hours on QVC Oct. 12. Those who helped hawk shirts on the air were Stan Herman, Mary McFadden, Cathy Hardwick, Carey Adina, Karen Harman and Louis Dell'Olio.

IT'S A GIRL: Jennifer George, who's due to have a second child any day now, has come up with a new way to show her spring clothes. Her doctors have advised her not to have a runway show because of the stress involved, so she will create a video for the press. "It will be very conceptual. You'll be able to see the collection as we see it. It's not a runway show, but the video has a story," said David Rubin, partner in Jennifer George. The video will be produced by Dah-Len.
Every press person will have a video waiting in his or her hotel, said Rubin. The 3-to-4-minute video, entitled, "It's a Girl," features model Miranda. "The whole collection is very feminine, very sexy and what she feels the collection is about," said Rubin.
"You'll see lots of clothes, lots of image and lots of attitude," he said.

T&C GETS CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Mary Shanahan, formerly art director of Richard Avedon's studio, has been named creative director of Town & Country, a new post. She reports to editor-in-chief Pamela Fiori. Shanahan will oversee the design of Town & Country and will supervise the art department. Shanahan designed Avedon's autobiography, as well as the retrospective exhibition and catalog. She also designed Avedon's work for The New Yorker.

P.O.V. TO LAUNCH: P.O.V. Magazine, geared to readers between 18 and 32 years old, will be launched next spring. P.O.V.'s founder, 25-year-
old Drew C. Massey, was previously director of Forbes' American Heritage Custom Publishing Group. Financed with seed money from Capital Publishing, 350,000 copies will be distributed by Curtis nationwide on newsstands. W. Randall Jones is Capital Publishing's chief executive officer and founder of Worth.
The magazine will also be positioned for electronic newsstand growth. P.O.V. will address entrepreneurial ventures, corporate advancement and the technological revolution, as well as sex and relationships.

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