Karl's Black Book... Miami's New Hot Spot... Tory Burch and the Gorillas...

Karl Lagerfeld, whose personal library is the size of a ballroom, has been invited to reinvent the holiday edition of France's "Le Petit Larousse Illustre."

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GOING APE: Bloomingdale’s 59th Street windows went wild on Tuesday. Large photographs of an endangered gorilla named Miza were displayed next to Tory Burch’s new children’s T-shirts as part of the store’s “Gorilla Girls” event. Excited children, with their parents in tow, charged up to the eighth floor to hear author Craig Hatkoff read his new book, “Looking for Miza.” Hatkoff enlisted the help of his friend Burch, who created a limited edition children’s shirt selling exclusively at Bloomingdale’s for $30. While Burch said she currently designs a few looks for little girls, this extracurricular venture doesn’t signal a separate children’s line is in the works. However, it has spurred a newfound interest in endangered wildlife. Burch said she’s planning a trip to Ethiopia next month. “I’m starting to be more interested about what’s really happening over there and how we can help,” she said.

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