Mountain look Italian label Moschino has created the sign-bearers' costumes for the opening ceremony of the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games. The 89 outfits were inspired by the mountains, which provide the backdrop to the event, and are made by hand. Each skirt is matched with a tsarina-style micro-jacket and a pair of white leather gloves. British look Actress Rachel Weisz (far right) is the face of Burberry London's new fragrance campaign. 'We were looking for a real British beauty,' said creative director Christopher Bailey. 'Someone with true elegance and intellect, but also approachable and real at the same time.' Weisz, who is five months pregnant and was named best supporting actress at the Golden Globes, was photographed by Mario Testino. Knuckles rapped Sean Combs (aka P. Diddy, below) has caused controversy again. The rapper-turned-fashion mogul starred in an ad for his new fragrance, but was forced to shoot another image because the first was too sexy for some department stores. Russian there Stella McCartney has chosen Russian tennis player Maria Kirilenko as the new spokesperson for her Adidas line. The 18-year-old player, ranked 25th on the Women's Tennis Association Tour, will wear the line at all upcoming tournaments. The collection will be available in March. Bags of style French luxury brand Louis Vuitton has opened its renovated boutique at the Peninsula. The store will stock the women's ready- to-wear collection. The Peninsula, TST, tel: 8100 1182. The right image Fashion and art book publisher Visionaire will release a book with luxury jewellers Van Cleef & Arpels to celebrate its 100th anniversary. Visionaire 48 Magic explores the magic of moving images in 25 lenticular cards that feature footage from a range of filmmakers and photographers, including Karl Lagerfeld, Wong Kar-wai and Gus Van Sant. Only 3,000 copies will be produced ( www.visionaireworld.com ).