You'd think "wear what you love" would be the most innocuous thing Michelle Obama could say. But in the opinion of one designer, "Five years of raising awareness for New York's Garment Center have been rendered irrelevant" by her words.
"Since Wonder Woman has this amazing strength," explains a spokesperson, everything's oversized. Products range from $14 for fake lashes to $49.50 for "a brush set with its own metallic utility belt," and are expected to generate sales of $20m. [WWD]
Who has a lot of opinions about what Kate Middleton should wear the day she becomes a princess? Designers, that's who! From Karl Lagerfeld, who favors "high boots," to Christian Lacroix, who designed an Elizabethan bodice, everyone has a fantasy.
Sad news for those who were eagerly awaiting our Boob Slings in the mail: JWOWW's clothing line will not go into production, due to a trademark dispute. All customers who pre-ordered Ms. Woww's spangled wares are to be refunded. [Radar]
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]
Stephanie Seymour's divorce from Peter Brant is getting even uglier. After police were called to the couple's home following Seymour's complaint that Brant's security assaulted her, Brant has accused the model of drug use and is seeking sole child custody:
Marc Jacobs is rumored to have signed on to appear on Kept, Logo's gay version of The Real Housewives. An open casting call will be held soon in New York to find other "high-powered (openly gay) playboys." [N.Y. Daily News]