The Situation Previews His Tastefully Bedazzled FashionsS

  • Mike "The Designer" Sorrentino had his buddy Jonny "The Unit" Manfre model a bedazzled wifebeater from his soon-to-be-released "clothing" line. [Facebook]
  • Jackie O's triple-strand of faux pearls is up for auction, and may fetch as much as $55,000. [LATimes]
  • Wanna buy anything from Miley Cyrus' closet? No? What if we told you it was for a good cause? No, it's okay, we understand. [eBay]
  • The textile and chemical industries share the dubious honor of being the worst water polluters in China. It takes as much as 200 tons of water to produce just one ton of fabric, and noxious chemicals used in the dyeing and milling processes often pollute waterways. The National Resources Defense Council started a pilot project with five textile firms in China that has led to the development of ten best practice guidelines that, if followed, would both reduce factories' environmental impact and save them money. Levi's and Gap plan to introduce the best practices to their suppliers within the year. [WWD]
  • Bill Clinton and Christie Brinkley "had a long and intense conversation" at a party on Saturday. [P6]
  • Hermès has released a children's coloring book that costs $130. [DFR]
  • Jean-Paul Gaultier designed a t-shirt to raise awareness for Carla Bruni-Sarkozy's "Born HIV Free" campaign. It will be sold with French Elle magazine. Bruni-Sarkozy's brother, and Gaultier's partner, each died of the disease. [WWD]
  • Kim Kardashian nabbed the September cover of Allure. [Olsen Twin Fan]
  • Lindsay Lohan smokes, lounges, and wears leggings in this Ellen von Unwerth spread from the August issue of Vogue Italia. [Design Scene]
  • Sienna and Savannah Miller, who together run a fashion line called Twenty8Twelve, filmed a video at the Gloucestershire home of the late Isabella Blow. [Vogue UK]
  • Edie Falco digs unisex kids clothing: "It's hard to justify spending a lot of money on kid's clothes because they grow out of them in five minutes. And my kids don't really care what they wear. So I occasionally buy something for my son and he wears it until he grows out of it, and my daughter wears it. I just make sure that it's unisex." [Us]
  • This seems to be Beyoncé's next campaign for House of Dereon. [Revistaquem]
  • Megan Fox actually wears clothing in her latest Armani Jeans ads. [x17]
  • Jamaican model Shena Moulton, who has already walked for Calvin Klein and Louis Vuitton, is in New York for her first real crack at show season. She recently turned 16. "I got a surprise party! And I got my Blackberry phone, and I got my ears pierced! My agent back in Jamaica planned a surprise party with my mom, and my sister was in on it. I was like, 'You're not my sister anymore because you didn't tell me!'" [WWD]
  • As for collections rumors: Marc Jacobs' design team supposedly took an "inspiration" trip to Morocco. [DFR]
  • Fashionista has some suggestions for getting rid of an unsightly $3,000 "It" bag, if that is a problem you are lucky enough to face. To their list — eBay, keep it for a grand-/daughter, and add a webbing strap to make it into a (rather unconvincing) messenger bag — we would add: donate it to a charity. [Fashionista]
  • Australian designer Collette Dinnigan — who made Miranda Kerr's wedding dress — is introducing a lower-priced diffusion line. [WWD]
  • Joanna Sykes, the new creative director of Aquascutum, has announced she will suspend production of her namesake line, Sykes. [Vogue UK]
  • Holly Shackleton has replaced Ben Reardon as the editor of i-D. Reardon departed to head the U.K. edition of GQ Style. [WWD]
  • Fashion prankster Christopher Lee Sauvé is now selling a t-shirt with Naomi Campbell's face on it, which says, "Diamonds are forever." [Christopher Lee Sauvé]
  • Topshop is opening its fourth store in Japan, and its second in Tokyo, this September. [WWD]
  • Turkish jewelry designer Burcu Büyükünal makes wire jewelry that distorts its wearer's face. [Fast Co Design]