• Remember the Gap "Moose" ad full of little girls? Well, no one can object to this parody, in which "gays make their own version." Seriously, Gap needs to get on the horn! (Thanks, Lara!) [YouTube]
  • Joan Rivers is bringing her brand of abrasive fashion police back to E's Red Carpet! We hope she makes them eat some serious crow. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • A new healthcare bill has proposed a tax on indoor tanning. Look out, DJ Paulie D! [NYTimes]
  • Stetson has revamped their website with a stirring new "American Quilt" theme. Can it do for the 10-gallon what "Rodeo" did for beef? [WWD]
  • The courts have thrown out a forgery case against Chanel by one of its suppliers, and awarded the double-Cs €400,000 for breach of contract. [WSJ]
  • Speaking of counterfeiting: in an effort to combat it, Missoni is rolling out a series of capsule collections that'll stymie thieves. [WWD]
  • Tough fashion is in, says the NYTimes. "Anything more girly, I just see as weak...It's not cool to be demure." [NYT]
  • Niche clothiers are dying fast: the WSJ profiles the recently defunct Napolean Tailors, which catered to "the less-tall man." [WSJ]
  • Says WWD, "Continuing with its theme of couples in love, Zadig & Voltaire will feature paramours Mark Ronson and French actress Josephine de la Baume in its spring campaign." We would have said, "rich scenesters" (the last pairing was Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl), but potato-potahto. [WWD]
  • Fish skin bikinis. Somehow logical, yet...horrifying. [Racked]
  • Okay, so the holidays were a disappointment. Retailers look to the post-holidays! Hey, a chain can dream. [WWD]
  • Charming: Shape offers "Spot Training" with every "Little Black Dress phone app" providing custom fitness advice. [Chronicle]
  • The latest? "Light-infused lipgloss." Sounds painful. [WWD]
  • Iconic Paris boutique Colette is hosting a Marlboro Man-themed photography exhibit by Jim Krant, in connection with Adam Kimmel's Spring 2010 line. How French! [Style.com]