Pizza Hut is releasing a perfume. Seriously. But if it seems like a joke, it's because that's how this all started. In an effort to get people talking about the pizza chain, an advertising agency that works with its Canadian branch posted on Facebook, "Do you love the smell of a box of Pizza Hut pizza being opened? We thought so. If that smell was a perfume, what would it be called?" Happy with the response, they decided to actually produce a limited quantity of Eau de Pizza Hut—which boasts "top notes of freshly baked, hand-tossed dough"—to give away to the company's Facebook fans, but leaving the option open for larger distribution in the future. Although this probably isn't what you were thinking when you wanted to smell good enough to eat. [Fashionista]

In an ongoing effort to help the brand break into high-end fashion, Playboy is launching a series of designer collaborations, starting with Cushnie et Ochs, who were recruited to design a limited-edition bra for the company. The result is this $650 leather harness bra that's not entirely dissimilar to those leashes people put on their wild toddlers. The bra will be available, eventually, at, but for now, the designers, Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs, will host a pop-up lounge Wednesday during Art Basel Miami to celebrate the launch of the new line. [WWD]

Last night, the "bigs" in the fashion industry stepped out for a screening of the documentary In Vogue: The Editor's Eye (which premieres tonight on HBO) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Check out a slideshow of who wore what. [Style Caster]

Here's Kate Upton in a video shoot for Vogue Germany, running around in slow motion, which of course means bouncing boobs. [The Superficial]

Alicia Keys graces the cover of the January 2013 issues of Essence, in which she talks about her "spiritual makeover" and how the SoHo resident made it through Hurricane Sandy. [Essence]

Here's Alessandra Ambrosio rolling around on the beach in a video that looks like a something The Ben Stiller Show would have parodied 20 years ago. [The Life Files]

Apparently, Maybelline produces a limited edition calendar every year to showcase their models. Both the concept and execution of the shots for the newly released 2013 calendar—featuring naked models with their bodies painted to look like New York City "icons and scenes"—are SO America's Next Top Model photo shoot fodder. Naturally, because of the nudity, this would be the challenge that weeded out the religious girls that weren't willing to take off their clothes. [Fashionista]

  • This weekend's launch of the much-hyped collaboration between Target and Neiman Marcus was a total bust, according to Wall Street analysts, with sales falling way short of last year's frenzy over the limited edition line of Missoni products. Part of the problem could be the price points of the 50-piece collection, with many items costing about $100, which is unusually high for the discount retailer. [WSJ]
  • Chris Benz is the latest designer to collaborate with Anthropologie for its "Made in Kind" series, which previously featured looks designed by Karen Walker and Tracy Reese. Benz's 11-piece collection is available now in stores and online. [Glamour]
  • Good news for budget-conscience fashion plates: Asos, the global online retailer has just secured its first U.S. location with a lease in New York City. [WWD]
  • There were some scandalous staff changes at Ford Models last week when the company fired Paul Rowland, who ran the women's division, and his partner, agent Mohammed Fajar. The highly-paid pair were brought on in 2010 in hopes of broadening Ford's roster, but according to sources, they didn't really bring in new business, got in conflicts with models and other staffers, and were "spending money on Diptyque candles and flying back and forth to France." [Page Six]
  • Nails Inc's Bling It On Leather Effect is experiencing a sales boom after Alexa Chung tweeted about its nail polish and decal kit she used for the British Fashion Awards last week. The kits, which don't go on sale for another week, already have a waiting list over 870 orders long. [Refinery29]
  • Hudson Kroenig, the four-year-old son of male model Brad Kroenig is an official model now, working his third runway show for Chanel at last night's Métiers D'Art show in Scotland. [Fashionista]
  • As though you needed more evidence as to how Barbie helped give generations of girls body image issues, the 1965 release of Slumber Party Barbie came with a scale permanently set at 110 lbs and a book called How to Lose Weight, that only bore one piece of advice: "Don't eat." [Refinery29]