Over a year ago, Skechers, the shoe company notable for taking ideas other shoe companies have and ripping them off, got their ass handed to them for claiming that those weird clam-shaped shoes they were shilling did not, in fact, give you Kim Kardashian's butt. This week, they are finally paying out.
You know those horrible fucking Skechers foot-loafs that, according to the commercials, will transform your lumpy regular-person buns into the magnificent celebrity-buns of Hollywood's fourth-most-famous Brooke? Yeah, those things. Well, now they're not just painfully, obviously stupid, they're also legally stupid.
- Gap, which last week announced it would be switching to a logo it had been trialling, immediately faced vituperative criticism. It first asked customers for better ideas, and then apologized. Now Gap has reverted to its boring old logo. [BBC]
- Twilight clothing is happening — it's only surprising it took so long. The duds go on sale at Nordstrom in October. Selina Khan, on the right, looks like she just doesn't care about Edward or Jacob, bless her heart. [People]
- L.A. boutique Kitson can't give away poor Lauren Conrad's collection. Well, they can, but not to customers. "They're giving away her collection to Caitlin's Closet, a charity that gives girls dresses for their big events, like the prom and homecoming." I have a terrible image of no one choosing her dresses for prom,…