Over A Thousand Attend Yves Saint-Laurent Funeral

  • Chic-est funeral in the history of the world: fitting sendoff for YSL. [New York Magazine]
  • And by the way, his mother looks amazing. [Guardian]
  • Lagerfeld's floral tribute to erstwhile rival. [Fashion Week Daily]
  • Apparently God DOES answer all "knee-mails!" Anya Hindmarch, Sigerson-Morrison to design for Target! [New York Magazine]
  • The Lauren Conrad Collection's website could use a proof-reader. Or, you know, stop working on a Medieval printing press. [Lauren Conrad]
  • Not surprising, as apparently LC is a terrible student! And Nick from Project Runway is her teacher! Oh, L.A.…[New York Post]
  • I can't improve on Dodai's subject line: "Black Model Alert!" Always cause for rejoicing! [New York Magazine]
  • As anyone who's ever seen a Gossip show knows, Beth Ditto rocks. And in real life, too! The singer refuses to 'shed pounds' as requested. [Mirror]
  • Sophia Kokosalaki to launch premium denim line.[fabsugar]
  • Obama underpants. Nuff said. [Daily News]
  • Target expands makeup line.[WWD]
  • Gordon Ramsay chops off hair with kitchen knife; distresses hairdresser. [The Sun]
  • Neiman-Marcus profits drop.[WWD]
  • Someone hasn't heard "askliment"; BlackBook deems "tastemaker" worst neologism of all time. [BlackBook]
  • Nordstrom introduces "buy online, pick up in store" feature - but doesn't that defeat the purpose of both? [fabsugar]
  • Suspicious number of dogs in Vogue.[Fashion Week Daily]
  • Mondrian prints ubiquitous. [fashionista]
  • Beauty bloggers, "once snubbed, now coveted," gain industry cred. [WWD]
  • Hilary Swank to make crap film version of crap Jane tell-all. [fashionista]
  • Speaking of Jane Pratt, Gaultier's new scent apparently "sassy!" [WWD]
  • Agyness will be its face. [New York Magazine]
  • In tribute to Helmut Newton, Tophop has re-created the "Newton Machine" photobooth.: "the original 70's concept in a bespoke photographic studio in Topshop Oxford Circus, Manchester and Dublin to allow you to become the subject, stylist and photographer, all in one." [Topshop Style Blog]