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Surprise, surprise: Sascha Baron Cohen is being sued by a woman who says she was traumatized by his fashion frenzy alter-ego, Bruno. [Vulture

Michael Bastian, a now favored menswear designer, can't afford his own $540 shorts. [NYT]

June 05 2009 9:49 AM
 

With all the fuss Liam Gallagher made about launching his own fashion line, Pretty Green, because the clothing he really wanted to wear he "can't really get," you'd have expected that what he came up with would have something to raise an eyebrow about. As it turns out, now that Pretty Green has hit an online store, it turns out it's really pretty boring. 

June 05 2009 9:47 AM

French Actor Alain Delon was born in 1935. The photo of Delon used in Dior's new ad for their classic fragrance Eau Salvage was taken in 1966, the year the scent launched. Some might call it risky to use a severely out-dated picture for a current ad campaign, but, according to Dior, Delon is a "living myth," and a good myth doesn't age. Kind of the like the enduring Eau Salvage.

June 05 2009 9:45 AM
Rumors are again afloat that Martin Margiela is leaving or has already left his Maison. Eventually, Mr. Margiela, publicity stunts just turn annoyances. [JC Report
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June 01 2009 8:00 PM
Will Ferrell is launching a line of...sunscreen. Goofy? Incredibly. But all the proceeds go towards a charity that gives college scholarships to cancer survivors and amputees. Says Ferrell of the launch: "I've always dreamed of owning a lotion company. And I've always hated cancer." [People Style Watch]

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Sir Paul Smith deserves an award for not only ingenuity but also do-goodmanship for this conceptual trash can, a rabbit -- obviously -- who's ears light up when garbage is thrown into it. Designed for the Super Contemporary Commissions show at London’s Design Museum, the receptacles will be installed for public use in Covent Garden and Holland park and should do well to heighten Londoners interest in throwing things away properly.

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Straight from Amsterdam and gaining its footing after 3 years on the market, Cold Method is a European brand that won't scare you off with typically European prices. Think $500 suits and $300 leather jackets; $130 jeans and $100 knits. Already outfitted at hotspots in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Milan, the understated yet intriguing pieces are now debuting stateside, to what should-be large appeal among the fashion know-alls. 

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