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

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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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