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Screw Soccer! David Beckham's Time Spent Sitting Around In Boxer Briefs Pays Off

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  • David Beckham has a new endorsement deal: Armani underwear in the United States! And you were afraid he and Posh might go broke... [Vogue UK]
  • Erin Fetherston for Target: Sorta secretly sorta available for purchase online. [Fashionista]
  • Karl Lagerfeld: "I am a popular figure for Halloween. Last year friends of mine counted 19 copies [of me] they saw at their parties alone... Few [designers] have a very special way of dressing. They are 'classic' or jeans and T-shirt, so what can I take from them? [But] Ralph Lauren like a cowboy could be fun..." [WWD, 1st item]
  • Were you dying to hear more news about Agent Provocateur? Says Maggie Gyllenhaal of posing for the secretive, unassuming lingerie brand: "It was a great experience. But my brother once called me from Heathrow [Airport] to tell me he had passed a giant picture of me in my underwear. I guess I forgot that would happen."[WWD, 3rd item]
  • And! The lingerie line has changed its signature font, because the old one got "imitated to death," and so naturally this occasion calls for a $100 limited-edition coffee table book on the creation of the new font. [FabSugar]
  • Capezio footwear is now the official sponsor of the Radio City Rockettes! It's better than the Spice Girls and Victoria's Secret. [WWD, 3rd item]
  • Former model/former Mrs. Rod Stewart Rachel Hunter was attacked weirdly, though not injured, in a Melbourne, Australia hotel lobby. [News.com.au]
  • New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn has a mouse problem in her country house. Thanks for sharing! [NY Times]
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@SinisterRouge: That kind of thing happens in sports. It sucks, definitely, but worse things happen. Like college basketball players who have recurring foot injuries (and possibly get suspended for part of a season for a drug arrest, but whatever) and probably won't get drafted due to it. AND cost your team a very good shot at going deep in the tournament last year. Damn you, Josh Heytvelt!