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Ungaro—the Parisian fashion house that had the bright idea to make Lindsey Lohan Creative Director back in 2009 and has been rotating through designers ever since—has announced a licensing partnership with Italian company Aeffe. WWD reports that the brand will be relaunching its top line next season with Italian designer Fausto Puglisi at the helm. If Puglisi's name doesn't ring a bell, think back to last year's Super Bowl halftime show: he's the man behind the Greco-Roman cheerleader costumes worn by Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. [WWD]