Kiki For Miu Miu: We're Not Buying It

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  • Kirsten Dunst looks almost as evil in these Miu Miu ads as we somehow believe she actually is. [Sassybella]
  • The latest ads for British lingerie label Agent Provocateur features model Vahina Giocante playing "a bored housewife drawn into a love affair with a reform school tomboy." Um, based on this image, she doesn't look so tomboyish to us! [Vogue UK]
  • First no black models, now no black customers: ck Calvin Klein Beauty Collection cosmetics for Caucasians only. [BellaSugar]
  • This is what diplomatic disputes look like in Western Europe: The mayor of Paris v. H&M [WWD, sub req'd]
  • Donna Karan: Still trying to cure cancer through yoga with her Urban Zen initiative. [NYMag]
  • Ooh, images from the Jovovich-Hawk for Target line. Yeaaaah, jury's still out. [Sassybella]
  • Elle fashion director/ em>Project Runway judge Nina Garcia is no stranger to shilling for Blackberry, but now she's shilling a pink Blackberry. [Fashion Week Daily]
  • This year, the Make-A-Wish Foundation fulfilled the dreams of a teenage girl named Yali, who had always longed to collaborate with Kate Spade in designing a handbag. "This was the most inspirational and gratifying experience of my life," says Yali. Um, so how's Yali holding up? What's her affliction? What's the prognosis? Yeah, they don't say. But Kate Spade ooh! [Fashion Week Daily]
  • Diane von Furstenberg is now designing shoes. "My shoes are not just pretty accessories; they are functional and serve a purpose." Shoes? A purpose other than retail therapy? Shock. [Fashion Week Daily]
  • Here's a handy place to hide your ill-gotten subprime mortgage hedge fund gains: a $18,000 belt. [UPI]
  • Alexandre de Paris, Elizabeth Taylor's favorite hairstylist, passed away over the weekend at the age of 85. [Independent]



I have exactly two pieces from the Go International stuff. One is a hoodie from the Proenza Scouler line. The other is a skirt from Luella's line that I bought on major discount because I like the fabric and plan to turn it into a pillow. I stick with Isaac Mizrahi.

I looked at some of the Erin Fetherston dresses but they were so juvenile! And not in a 24-year-old-tapping-into-my-inner-child way but in a designed-for-a-child-but-made-for-an-adult kind of way. I don't really want to look like Wendy from Peter Pan.

@TruculentandUnreliable: I looked at the Vera Wang stuff and thought, I could get this for the same price on sale at J.Crew (first markdown, even!) and it would be a bajillion times better. But I do have two pairs of modal pj pants from her collections.