MORE JLO: Another day, another new JLo product category. The ubiquitous Jennifer Lopez has now attached her name to cold-weather accessories, with a line of JLo by Jennifer Lopez hats, gloves and scarves scheduled to make their debut this fall. Lopez’s masterbrand firm, Sweetface Fashions, has signed a licensing deal with Oxnard, Calif.-based August Accessories to produce the line, which will include fabrics and designs that coordinate with the JLo by Jennifer Lopez sportswear offerings. Retail prices are likely to be between $20 and $60, the company said.

SAY CHEESE: Donatella Versace’s daughter, Allegra, is ready for her closeup. Pamela Hanson shot the teenager at the family’s New York town house last Tuesday for Teen Vogue’s October-November Young Hollywood issue.

ROCK OF AGES: Hedi Slimane’s first book of photography, “Berlin,” won’t hit bookstores for another month or so, but already he’s at work on an encore. Turns out the Dior Homme designer, whose slim threads have a knack for winding up on rock stars’ backs, has been documenting the backstage scene at concerts for some time. He said the book will be focused on the backstage “rituals” associated with a live musical performance. Slimane has until November to turn in his final selections, but among backstage subjects he’s already shot are David Bowie, The White Stripes and The Rolling Stones, who have a series of gigs in Paris next week during the couture.

SPRING ROLE: During any given fashion week in Paris, Davé Cheung can usually be found serving up lemon chicken, tangy spare ribs and hot gossip at his signature Chinese restaurant, a magnet for fashion folk for more than two decades. But during the men’s spring shows, which wrapped up this week, Cheung, known simply as Davé (pronounced Dah-vay), turned the tables and strutted the catwalk in a beige cotton jumpsuit for Spanish designer Antonio Miro. But it wasn’t his first spin on the runway. “I did it for Yohji [Yamamoto] a long, long time ago,” he quipped. “But this time I really felt like a shrimp next to all those tall models.”

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