Louis Vuitton Goes Floral; Daft Punk Does Playboy; Tom Ford Wants to be a Daddy; Topshop Arrives in US; Apple's Computer Confuses TSA

3.11.2008

By Nick Burns

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Louis Vuitton is getting into the floral business! Well, sort of. The luxury goods company is selling white fabric roses in Japan to honor White Day in Japan—sort of like the White Party but fewer drugs and muscle Marys. But these roses feature the LV monogram on one of the petals . And you thought a dozen red roses were expensive. Maybe something was lost in translation. [Fashionista

]

Playboy tapped Daft Punk, Iggy Pop and The Shins to overhaul the iconic bunny logo for a line of limited edition t-shirts. A Playmate will make an appearance at Bloomingdale's tomorrow to make sure the hornball teenagers fork over their lunch money. [The Cut]

Tom Ford dishes on Gucci, his designs on fatherhood with his boyfriend and death being the ultimate retirement. How can you not love this man? [Fashion Week Daily]

Topshop is coming! Topshop is coming! The first stateside flagship of the British cheap-chic retailer that is sure to give H&M a run for its money will open in SoHo in October. The store is hiring now. If you're a cheap bastard, you can get a discount on the already cheap clothes. [The Cut]

Apple's super slim MacBook Air caused an unexpected delay at the
airport when TSA officials refused to believe that the impossibly small
computer was exactly that. Size queens. [Engadget]

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