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Prince Charles: Beautician?; Justin Timberlake To Fron Fashion Rocks Concert; Smell This: Love and Luck; Agnyess Deyn Over Stays her Welcome; Adam Lippes Blogs Out; Calvin Klein Returns to NY

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Making waves across the pond is Prince Charles'--yes, that Prince Charles--five piece organic skin treatment set called Highgrove, named after his estate in Gloucestershire. It's already widely sold out across the continent, and we hope it works miracles because God knows Camilla's hurting for one. [WWD]

Annoyingly ubiquitous Justin Timberlake will headline the Conde Nast benefit, Fashion Rocks, on September 5th, which is oh-so-coincidentally the start date of NY Fashion Week. Sounds like someone could use a little lesson in saturation. [Fashionista]

The tattoo-inspired inaugural fragrance launch from Ed Hardy by Christian Audigier was so successful he'll launch a follow up pair of men's and women's fragrances this December. Nothing like a new scent for the holidays to cover up the desperate smell of alcohol and bitterness. [WWD]

While at first they were glad to get some well-received coverage when Agnyess Deyn fronted for one of their songs, bandmates of Five O'clock Heroes are now getting a little tired of being overshadowed by all the attention her one tune, "Who," is getting. The model shadow does loom large indeed. [Contact Music]

As if designing clothes isn't time consuming enough. ADAM designer Adam Lippes will launch a blog on his website, I'm sure it will be great and all, but never forget where your allegiances lie, bitches...[WWD]

To commemorate the brand's 40th anniversary, Calvin Klein will stage a full-scale menswear show next February during New York Fashion Week. Normally shown in Milan, it's about time Mr. Klein shed that hoity-toity attitude and came home. [DNR]


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