Lindsay's Dress Sells Out, Crushing Our Dreams Of Looking Court House Chic

  • The tight, white $575 Kimberly Ovitz minidress that Lindsay Lohan thought would make her look un-guilty for her court date has sold out. [NYDN]
  • Meanwhile, it seems that 6126 — LiLo's vehicle for selling blowjob leggings and assorted apparel — has "quietly disappeared" from all of the department stores that used to stock it. Nordstrom, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus and Henri Bendel all confirmed they have dropped 6126. Lohan's partner in the line, Kirsti Taylor, says: "Major department stores are not our business right now. We're looking for retail partners to represent the entire collection." Taylor gave Women's Wear Daily a list of eight boutiques that she claimed had received orders of 6126 in the past fortnight, but, get this, "Of the four stores based in the U.S., two stopped carrying the brand at least two years ago, one store had closed and the other location's address was not listed." [WWD]

Lindsay's Dress Sells Out, Crushing Our Dreams Of Looking Court House Chic

  • Lady Gaga's full Vogue editorial is online! [Fashionista]
  • Where will Anna Wintour be during fashion week? She says, "I always enjoy the young designers in New York. Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Alexander Wang." [N.Y. Observer]
  • Carine Roitfeld says she has a new project, which is "in fashion, of course," but she's "too superstitious" to talk about it. [Fashionologie]
  • Did you know that all of the models in the Luca Luca show were white? Designer Raul Melgoza explains, "I think sometimes it's important to have diversity, but at the end it's who fits the clothes best, who carries the clothes. Because at the end of the day, we're trying to show the clothes in their best light ... In one season it may be important that it's very ethnically diverse, but if it's not then it's not necessarily a criteria." Styleite quips, "We would have asked if in some seasons black or Asian women shouldn't buy his clothes, but we ran out of time." [Styleite]

Lindsay's Dress Sells Out, Crushing Our Dreams Of Looking Court House Chic

  • It seems Mila Kunis' March W cover was inspired by Black Swan. So creative! [The Life Files]
  • Apparel sales rose 1.9% to $192.73 billion in 2010. However, that's still 3.3% lower than it was in 2008. [WWD]
  • The New York Times invites you to take their "Model I.Q. Test" and prove you "Know Edita Vilkeviciute from Egle Tvirbutaite." [NYT]
  • Town & Country is sexing up its image with a shot of Lauren Santo Domingo sans pants on the cover of the March issue. Outgoing editor-in-chief Stephen Drucker says, "There are many ways to be rich these days. We just wanted to make it feel modern and a little sexier." Finally, young and sexy people are allowed to be rich too! [WWD]

Lindsay's Dress Sells Out, Crushing Our Dreams Of Looking Court House Chic

  • Leona Lewis wore two uh...interesting getups she designed herself to events this week. [Racked]
  • In this video, Sam Shipley, Anne Christensen, and the ladies of Vena Cava discuss whether or not fashion shows should be more exclusive. [N.Y. Mag]
  • Speaking of Vena Cava, designers Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock distributed their show notes in the form of a 'zine titled Zina Cava. [N.Y. Mag]
  • Check out Prabal Gurung's fashion week diary. [Style.com]
  • In the market for "futuristic high performance sportswear"? You'll want to take a look at the new athletic shoe from Emporio Armani EA7 and Reebok. [Dazed Digital]
  • Lily Cole will play a sea creature in Doctor Who. [Digital Spy]
  • Angelina Jolie let Brad Pitt pick the dress she wore to the SAG Awards in 2009. "There's usually a staff of 10 people who all have an opinion. But Brad was very decisive. He's an architect and likes geometric things. He chose the dress that everyone thought was backwards, and it was. He likes boat necks - that's all she wears," says Lubov Azria of BCBGMaxAzria. [This Is London]
  • Blind Item!: "Which privileged designer asked her West Coast exec daddy to call in favors and pay people off this fashion week? Apparently she's even stolen a rival designer's fit models." [Fashionista]
  • Mara Hoffman on the inspiration for her fall collection: "Javier Piñón, whose last body of work, entitled O Babalon, has been an enormous inspiration to me. We constantly inspire one another-and, because we are expecting our first child together, as artists we feel more creatively connected than ever." [Racked]
  • "I hope to do things other than fashion; I wouldn't want to stick with the same thing since I was 12," says Tavi Gevinson. As for her other interests, she says, "Well, sometimes my friends and I plan really elaborate murders at lunch. But we won't act on them." [N.Y. Mag]