Tom Ford Wants To Take Barack Obama's Clothes Off

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  • "I think he's a great-looking guy but I think his suits don't fit him very well...I wouldn't say he's badly dressed, but he could sharpen up his look a little better." —Tom Ford on Barack Obama. [Vogue UK]
  • Holy. Fucking. Shit. Comme des Garcons for H&M? Start lining up for this now. [WWD, sub req'd]
  • Jude Law is set to be the face of a yet-to-launch men's fragrance from Dior. It will invariably smell douchey. [Cosmetics News]
  • Your cell phone does not need its own pair of Crocs. [Sassybella]
  • The Murakami-Louis Vuitton show at the Brooklyn Museum is kind of a big "fuck you" to counterfeiters. [WWD, sub req'd]
  • Liz Claiborne CEO WIlliam McComb took a 2% paycut this year, making only $8.9 million for 2007. Poor guy. [Crain's]
  • Word on the street is that Alessandro Dell'Acqua wants to be the new creative head of Malo. [Vogue UK]
  • Two resignations from Harper's Bazaar in under a month? And both of them to go to InStyle? Ouch. [Fashion Week Daily]
  • This just in! Fashion has just discovered a new-fangled contraption that lets people communicate, transmit information, and buy expensive shit with the greatest of ease. It's called the Internet. [WWD, sub req'd]
  • Kate Moss acting? Uh, stick to modeling, tootsie. [Sassybella]
  • Dude, how crazy is it that American Apparel will be selling American-made clothes in China? [LATimes]
  • The new St. Ives campaign focuses around the slogan "Get a happy face." Because loving your wrinkles should be a positive experience, they say. [Brandweek]
  • The Greeks buy more designer clothes than any other country. Who knew? [WWD, sub req'd]
  • Another reason to love Patricia Clarkson: "You will never guess where I bought these earrings: Sears! They came free with a washer and dryer." Love. [WWD, sub req'd]

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@hamburgerhotdog: oh, i love my tevas though. i worked at a summer camp, and they were perfect for those "no jimmy, you can't go in the pond. jimmy! i said no! jimmy! *splash*" moments. wherein you were suddenly ankle deep in pond scum.