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Where's Cavalli H&M Ads; Devil Wears Cocktail; Defending Marc Jacobs Again; Courtney Love Vs. Kate Moss! Catfight!

Do you remember the "Where's Waldo?" books of your youth? Check out the latest image from Roberto Cavalli's ad campaign for his upcoming H&M line--set to hit stores in November. Where's Cavalli? [WWD]

Someone spilled a drink on Vogue editrix Anna Wintour at the V&A gala in London and lived to tell the tale. The Devil Wears Cocktails. [Vogue UK via Jezebel]

How do fashion designers recover after a week of shows, parties, boozing and last minute fittings? The same thing that you and I would do: Sleep or take a vacation. They're just like Us! [Fashion Informer]

Designer Giles Deacon defends Marc Jacobs' tardy show telling NY Times' fashion critic Cathy Horyn that "few people probably knew that Jacobs dressed each model himself that night." Horyn then defends him as well, "If you're responsible for eight collections a year, if you're always under pressure, I suppose you're going to be more sensitive to the things you absolutely can control." Why is everyone so surprised that MJ's show was late? He's always late--fashionably so. [NY Times via Jezebel]

Courtney Love tripped Kate Moss on the red carpet at the V&A Gala last night. Oooh, that would be a drug-fueled cat fight that I'd like to see. I mean, if they were both still doing drugs, that is... which they are not...of course. [Vogue UK via Jezebel]

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