Hockey Player Sean Avery's Vogue Stint To Hit The Silver Screen
  • You know how we said yesterday we were kind of over hockey player Sean Avery's novelty Vogue internship? Yeah, now they might make a movie out of it. Devil Wears Prada meets The Cutting Edge?! [Reuters]
  • Naomi Campbell wants to be a mother. FYI. [Daily Express]
  • Posh's line of gowns is...not too bad. Says Posh: "The collection was inspired by the femininity and sophistication of the midcentury silhouette...I've always been drawn to intricate, seam-detailed designs, as their structure enhances the flattering shape of a woman's silhouette." Silhouette. Just to make it three! [IHT]
  • Whoa whoa whoa. JLo to guest judge at Runway finale?! [NY Mag]
  • Another one bites the dust: Viveca A. Fox is launching a clothing line. [USA Today]
  • NYC Fashion Week Screws London Fashion Week. CFDA mediates. [WWD]
  • Is anyone else incredibly weirded out by all these designers making luxury houses in Dubai? Ferragamo joins the pack. [Elle]
  • Hot on the heels of her bag line, Mischa Barton follows Paris into the world of hair accessories. [WWD]
  • Alice Dellal is the new Kate Moss indeed! "For the socialite model, who boasts high profile friends including James and Elizabeth Jagger and Leah Wood, is pictured in a series of curious photographs with what appears to be drug paraphernalia." [Daily Mail]
  • Braced for disaster, New Orleans retailers heave a sigh of relief, re-open. [WWD]
  • Oddly, the Japanese company that manufactures Sarah Palin's rimless specs is seeing a boost in sales. [Breitbart]
  • Army sells out historic logo to Sears; angers some vets. [Politico]
  • Not only is Kate Moss's new Top Shop collection apparently the best yet...we can get it STATESIDE!!! "Drawing on the rock chick look which has been her signature style ever since she turned 30, Moss's new collection features skinny jeans, fake fur gilets, slouchy knits and a raft of the tea dresses which have proved so popular each season with London's army of Moss-alikes." [Daily Mail]
  • Not surprisingly, Jill Stuart's uber-flowy collection was inspired by ballet. [Elle]
  • Guessing a ballerina didn't inspire the following blooper from her show: "In between the floaty, wannabe off-duty ballerina layers and blush tones (except for the all black outfit worn, appropriately, by Karlie Kloss), one of the models had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction. As in, a really, really bad one that she didn't seem to be aware of, leading her to continue down the runway jiggling away anyway." [Fashionista]
  • Either LiLo's weight is seriously yo-yoing or she's a diva: she asked seamstresses to take in 14 dresses while staying at the Bowery Hotel. [Page Six]