Now It's Just Getting Weird: People Want Malia And Sasha's Clothes
  • People are desperate to buy Malia Obama's Biscotti Inc. frock; sadly, it's sold out. [WSJ]
  • The same weirdos can probably still find Sasha's black Gerson & Gerson Inc. babydoll, however. [WSJ]
  • Dsquared2's costumes for Usher's tour kinda make him look like Carlton Banks. [FashionWeekDaily]
  • Playboy kicks off its fragrance collection. “We launched four fragrances because we wanted to capture the multiplicity of the Playboy guy.” The colognes are meant to be “emblematic of four American cities where the playboy lifestyle is played to its fullest.” That is: Hollywood; Las Vegas; Malibu, Calif., and Miami." Retirement communities, presumably. [WWD]
  • Katy Perry, the newest fashion icon? Please, no. [VogueUK]
  • Marc Jacobs taps "adorable" It Girl Daisy Lowe for Marc by Marc Jacobs. [WWD]
  • Sneak peek at Stella McCartney's Spring '09! [BlackBook]
  • Breaking: Valentino enjoys Rio. [Style.com]
  • Beyonce takes a risk in Gareth Hugh at MTV Europe Awards; looks bizarre. [Telegraph]
  • Based on this one still, the new Chanel movie is obviously going to be awesome. [Fashionologie]
  • Speaking of cinema: Nick Knight's "Fantasia" is described as "a mesmerising, full-throttle trip around the most sensational sartorial propositions of the past ten years." Yeah, my boyfriend wasn't enticed either. [BoingBoing]
  • Uniqlo gives away a bunch of thermal shirts. They'd probably put it more elegantly. [ElleUK]
  • Allegedly, punters are already lining up for the debut of H&M's Comme des Garcons collaboration. I smell H&M's PR department! [JC Report]
  • Although who knows? Apparently the first Tokyo H&M's opening was a really big deal! [Time]
  • Ann Taylor cuts 260 jobs. [WSJ]
  • The ever-tactful British press declares that student life is giving moddle Lily Cole "spots." Bad moddle, neglecting your looks for education! [Daily Mail]
  • For her new Dior handbag campaign, Marion Cotillard is literally perched on the Eiffel Tower. We get it, Dior: You're French. [WWD]
  • Architect Elena Manferdini is inspired by gowns. "I like to show that there's a correlation between the human body scale and the architectural scale." [LA Times]