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Jessica Biel Designs Handbags For Justin Timberlake

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  • Rumor has it that Jessica Biel's gonna be designing bags for squeeze Justin Timberlake's William Rast line. "Sources say she has already started sketching designs for a limited edition collection. Isn't it a coincidence how much hidden design talent there is in Hollywood? [Daily Express]
  • "In times of uncertainty, I think the wrap dress becomes an even more important friend. It's flattering. And wrapping is a reassuring thing." Why yes, it is, Diane Von Furstenberg! [Newsweek]
  • Naomi Campbell is doing a duet and music video with Indian star Ashkay Kumar - in Hindi. [VogueUK]
  • Apparently Manolo Blahnik can take or leave Sex And The City. He's never seen it! [New York Post]
  • Karl Lagerfeld unveiled the Christmas windows of Paris store Printemps, which feature "a fantasy troupe of articulated puppets named Coco frolicking in a garden of golden flowers." [WWD]
  • "Each puppet is stylishly attired in a modern, almost space age take on the classic quilted Chanel suit and every puppet has Mademoiselle Chanel's iconic blunt fringed bob." [ElleUK]
  • Speaking of moddles named Coco: "Not so long ago, Rocha was just your average Irish-dancing, nature-loving Canadian teenager." [WWD]
  • "The first order of business for the new president will no doubt be to get America to hitch up its pants and give the economy a kick-start. It will be interesting to see if he can also get America to hitch up its pants, period." [NY Times]
  • Breaking! "This week has seen Agyness Deyn on a fashion rollercoaster channelling a different trend or decade every day." [ElleUK]
  • Cosmetics company Carol's Daughter will help address the severe shortage of celeb fragrances with "My Life by Mary J Blige." [WWD]
  • Following K-Mart's example, Sears brings back layaway. Which, sadly, requires far too much foresight for the average holiday shopper.[AdAge]
  • L'Oreal announces winners for the 11th annual L’Oréal-UNESCO Awards for Women in Science. [WWD]
  • Oscar de la Renta's house is really nice. []
  • Jennifer Vendetti may be the one to discover the rest of us! "The New York casting director is known in the industry for her rare eye for finding the imperfect, but captivating, beauty in everyday people." [W]
  • Check it: Hayden Hartnett's line for Target. Dig the umbrella. [Racked]
  • Rachel Bilson's "style obsessions" apparently include Kobo candles, her own line. [Cosmopolitan]
  • These "just douche it" ads are intended/likely to piss off Nike. [AdRants]
  • Fashion darlings Rodarte win Swiss textile award. [WWD]
  • Feminists, Catholics aren't thrilled about Boston College's Victoria's Secret collaboration. [UPI]
  • Newsweek discovers that redefining our fashion priorities, recessionista-style, could be a good thing. [Newsweek]
  • Modelinia, the new all-moddles-all-the-time site, is gearing up. [Fashionista]
  • More on Helmut Lang's bizarre collaboration with Absolut, which is allegedly about "experiencing art" in new ways. Drunk? [BlackBook]
  • New book on secret rebel Geoffrey Beene. "On the outside, the bespectacled, bow-tied Southerner appeared uptight and WASPy, but he was an enthusiastic early adapter of cheap chic (launching his lower-priced Beene Bag sportswear collection in 1971) and the promise of the Internet." We do like our contradictions! [Los Angeles Times]
  • Kohl's and Nordstrom pessimistically cut their outlooks. [Reuters]
  • Ouch, and Abercrombie's really hurting. [The Street]
  • Get me Demarchelier! The legendary lensman started small: "I was 17 and living in Le Havre when my stepfather offered me a camera. I got hooked instantly. I learned the art of photography working in a small shop there, taking passport and wedding photos." [WSJ]
  • Jay McCarroll hates the spotlight. Kinda. "But I guess the more I stand there and the more someone notices and writes, then I can have a beach house...I’m going to get to drinking now, okay?" [Observer]
  • Apparently the hemline index is still relevant in Morocco! [Global Voices]

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You wrote Manolo Blahnik but I read it as Mayim Bialik and I couldn't quite figure out what Blossom had to do with Sex and the City.