Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld, who has helmed the magazine for a decade, just announced she's stepping down from her position to attend to "personal projects." This is major! The entire fashion world wants mommy! *whimper* [WWD]
Krazy Kaiser Karl, on Kate Middleton and Prince William: "For the royals, apparently the royal blood is not in demand any longer." But no matter, because Middleton is "beautiful and elegant," and "chic in a way the position needs." [WWD]
Precocious-in-the-bad-way tween "designer" Cecilia Cassini, who sells $500 dresses, says she took "like, three" sewing classes, but quit because her teacher was "like, rude." We have a feeling one day soon Cassini will be horribly embarrassed of all this.
South Korean training pants brand Good-Nites released an ad that parodies David Beckham's turn for Armani. Because they are not just functional, but fashionable, kiddies! This makes us a little bit uncomfortable because Beckham is so sexxy. [Copyranter]
This is one of the many sultry new images of Megan Fox in her Armani underwear which will greet you when you flick through magazines/drive on the highway/walk through downtown/exist for the foreseeable future. Look! They erased her tattoos. [WWD]
Nicolas Ghesquière picked the intolerably cool Charlotte Gainsbourg to advertise Balenciaga's perfume. Ghesquière calls his friend "one of the most inspiring girls in the world." Gainsbourg said, "I was secretly hoping to be the face of Nicolas' first perfume." [WWD]