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  • Carrie Prejean has sunk low. Very low. [TMZ]
  • Photographer Lorenzo Agius on Sienna Miller: "[She] was great, she was easy to get in the bath...She probably would have gone naked but I wouldn't have let her." [WWD]
  • The British ASA has upheld the complaint against the nip-baring American Apparel ad, which they call "offensive and irresponsible" since (although AA says she's 23) the girl looks to be under the legal age of 16. [AdRants]
  • Taylor Momsen came out to rep Clinique and Teen Vogue's Fresh Faces Tour."I love makeup," she said, holding an enormous pair of scissors. We'd noticed. [People]
  • Zac Posen's getting into real estate: the golden boy designer will be decorating "a luxury boutique residence just south of the Flatiron District." [NYPost]
  • Rachel Zoe: not dead, is nauseated. [NYPost]
  • Trade association Greater Washington Fashion Chamber of Commerce is working to establish a copyright-defendin' Fashion Caucus, which is gaining support from some influential lawmakers. [WWD]
  • Glitzy-romantic line Marchesa has introduced a line of glitzy-romantic handbags. [Racked]
  • Sad: Debt-ridden Marc Ecko may have to sell his controlling interest in eponymous Ecko. It's extra-sad when it's eponymous. [NYPost]
  • Speaking of bankruptcy! Annie Leibowitz may be down, but she's...also designing a backpack for Louis Vuitton. [WWD]
  • The thing is, a Tim Burton fashion shoot really isn't that more bizarre than a regular high-fashion shoot! And where is Depp? [Harper's Bazaar]
  • Chicago delegates pulling for a Windy City Olympics will make their pitches in hometown designer threads like Obama faves Mario Pinto and Hart Schaffner Marx. [WWD]
  • H&M's August sales were "disappointing." [FT]
  • In an...odd move, Ed Hardy has moved into the world of hand sanitizer. It fails to wash off the taint of douchiness. [Inventorspot]
  • Warren Buffett's pick: Trand suits. Says the gazillionaire of the Chinese label, "They're comfortable and people tell me they look good...I went 78 years before I got a compliment on my appearance." [WSJ]