Those Are Not Lindsay Lohan's Boobs

  • If you were excited about seeing Lindsay Lohan in Marc Ecko's new campaign, well, too bad: the label used a model for a body double and 'Shopped on Lindsay's face. But who is the masked girl? [Daily Mail]
  • Mary-Kate Olsen: "I still read scripts, and if something great comes along, that's great...but this is my day job. The Row is where I go every day." [People]
  • Richard Hilfiger, Tommy Hilfiger's 20-year-old neck-tattooed rapper son, was busted in Hollywood for weed possession. [TMZ]
  • Eric Wilson just wanted more details about Chelsea Clinton's wedding dress, and a Vera Wang assistant hung up on him! [NYTimes]
  • Persons unknown are spamming Craigslist with casting calls for Christian Siriano modeling gigs that don't exist. Siriano books his models through their agencies. Like nearly all legitimate designers, he does not cast on third-party websites. [Fashionista]
  • Forget Bebe: the Kardashian sisters have a new fashion line coming in 2011. They signed a deal with an Australian company to develop women's ready-to-wear, handbags, belts, wallets and lingerie for release in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Germany, and the U.K. in 2011; luggage, shoes, swimsuits, and children's wear is next. [WWD]
  • Daphne Guinness: "I mourn the demise of people walking down the streets with umbrellas and hats. Reality that reflects reality is a big fat mess. I like to experiment with different fabrics and see what happens. There's one fabric I've been looking for for five years. It's like an LCD screen, but it's supple. You'd be able to play the movie Sunset Boulevard on your T-shirt. The military has the first option on it. I keep asking them, 'Can't you just give me a little bit?'" [WSJ]
  • Barneys New York has been without a C.E.O. for over two years now — but it thinks it maybe has found one. C.E.O.'s are great, guys! You'll love having one. [WWD]
  • Gisele says on her blog, "My intention in making a comment about the importance of breastfeeding has nothing to do with the law. Becoming a new mom has brought a lot of questions, I feel like I am in a constant search for answers on what might be the best for my child. I am sure if I would just be sitting talking about my experiences with other mothers, we would just be sharing opinions. I understand that everyone has their own experience and opinions and I am not here to judge. I believe that bringing a life into this world is the single most important thing a person can undertake, and it can also be the most challenging. I think as mothers we are all just trying our best." [Hollywoodrag]
  • Ralph Lauren is launching a new children's line. The outfits appear in an online storybook featuring adorable child models and watercolor illustrations. [WWD]
  • We were totally at this event and we didn't even see Courtney Love (we were distracted by free booze and Russell Simmons), but boy did she have a mouthful to tell New York about her New York real estate situation. Lately she has been living at the Mercer, but she wants a place in the West Village: "I have been sitting at the hotel that has been my home for like a year now, with, like, four months off to rent a TriBeCa loft from the Portmans — Natalia Vodianova and Lord Portman have this loft in TriBeCa. But I thought we would trade up for a West Village house, because when I landed, I had enough money and financing for a house. And then, I got a lawsuit [Ed: Maybe this one?], and my assets got frozen. All my assets. And so because the Mercer staff are so great, and the owner, they let my family stay there for like, $200,000 worth of staying there. I mean, Über-crazy generous, and at a great rate, until the assets were unfrozen. So that was incredibly nice. And then the assets got unfrozen, and then Frances, like, ran away from home and did that crazy thing she's doing. And now, I'm not looking at the same house." [The Cut]
  • Then they took her photo for What Courtney Wore Today. [The Cut]
  • Prada released a skimpy preliminary earnings statement that said revenues rose 29% in the six months to July 31 over the same period last year. Overall sales rose 41%; the company did not make same-store sales figures available. [WWD]
  • In order to help plug the gaping hole in its 125-day late budget, the New York state legislature moved to temporarily reinstate the 4% sales tax on clothing and footwear that costs less than $110. Governor David Paterson admitted, "It's really going to hurt low-income people." [NYDN]
  • Jack Nicklaus' clothing line will be produced by HMX, the re-organized and re-named men's clothier Hartmarx, which was previously in bankruptcy protection. [WWD]
  • If you, like us, enjoy a great behind-the-scenes peek at fashion, check out this new series on Prabal Gurung's blog where he posts interviews with people with interesting jobs. Like Nicholas Caito, patternmaker. [Prabal Gurung]
  • During a Cartier flash sale held on online luxury discounter HauteLook, Cartier says it bought five watches that were "second-hand" and some of which the brand described as "damaged." (One shipped in a "damaged" box from the brand Baume & Mercier, which, like Cartier, is owned by Richemont.) So Cartier is suing HauteLook, which claims never to sell secondhand merchandise. If HauteLook owns the watches, can't it sell them as it pleases? Scuffed Baume & Mercier box or no? [WWD]
  • A Parisian café called Sweat Shop comes enabled with industrial plainsewers, not wi-fi. Sounds like a great way to while away an afternoon, actually. [CBS]