• That's the tag line of her new hair extensions line. No, seriously. [bellasugar]
  • Oh! And some Russian teen 'designer' pays Paris to wear her dresses. [Couture In The City]
  • Designer and expectant father Pete Wentz opens Chicago fashion week. Oy. [Off the Rack]
  • Daisy Lowe to be the "Lauren Conrad" of London's Hills? [fashionista]
  • Q&A with everyone's favorite lumberjack fashionistos, Costello-Tagliapietra. [The Fashion Informer]
  • Economy's loss is H&M's gain. [Financial Times]
  • Sadia Morrison, a well-known celebrity publicist and stylist to the stars, has died. She was allegedly murdered. Her clients included Kanye West and 50 Cent. She was 26 years old. [Global Grind]
  • Fashion start-up Soho 119 brings cosmopolitan "lifestyle" to middle America. "We want to dress women in all of their lifestyle needs, with an international point of view, a New York sophistication, a sense of fun, sexiness and modernity." [WWD]
  • Chinese authorities seize Louis Vuitton bags; claim they're "not up to standard." "Last Friday morning, officers with the local industry and commerce authority entered the shop for an apparent spot check. Then salespeople began politely asking customers to leave and reported the incident to the head office. Later, the officers seized nearly all of the bags in the shop, which had been closed during the seizure, according to an anonymous newspaper source." [Sassybella]
  • Designer fragrances sue knockoffs. [WWD]
  • Really fighting the urge to quote My Fair Lady here: Ascot fashions! [Telegraph]
  • Same-sex marriage blitz boosts California retailers! [WWD]
  • New batch of Beckham-in-undies ads. [New York Magazine]
  • Broke? (Yes.) The best at-home pedi. [Allure]
  • Damn! The rumors were false: Hermione Granger not the face of Chanel. [ElleUK]
  • Damien Hirst's latest for Levi's: disappointingly, no sharks/formaldehyde involved. [New York Magazine]