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Tuesday
Sep282010

Daily D's

Well, hello there news. Inside Anna Wintour's summer home, reality show rumors, the ultimate "heritage" brand, the biggest photoshop disaster to date, Topshop's US expansion continues (not Boston...yet), and plenty more meaty items after the jump.

Katie Grand can do no wrong, even if it isn't highbrow Guardian UK

Claudia Schiffer is planning her own fashion line WWD

Rumor: Style.com to do a reality show Fashionista

My sixth grade obsession, CK One, is moving beyond fragrance and is evolving into a lifestyle brand thanks to the company that licenses Calvin Klein Vogue UK

The secret life of Maybelline's founder Page Six

Model Heidi Mount's husband accused of rape at London Fashion Week Daily Mail UK

LL Bean is where it's at for menswear right now WSJ

Inside the getaways of a few important people at Vogue Curbed

Wal-Mart to Africa NY Times

No one wants to but Anne Hathaway's jewelry, which is on auction because her ex bought the pieces with dirty money NY Post

Lady Gaga to buy a home on the Vineyard. Let the preppy speculations to begin. Why is this in WWD? WWD

The math behind how much each wear is worth an expensive item SheFinds

Creepiest/worst photoshop horror to date Jezebel

The psychology behind fashion's control of the masses Psychology Today

I'm unsure how this is supposed to work but going to go with it'll all end badly - an Orthodox Jew to model on the new ANTM BlackBook

Chicago to get a Topshop. Which may mean Boston could be up at bat for one soon WWD

Jane from Sea of Shoes and her mom are sick of consumption The Cut

Why Gucci succeeds in China Red Luxury

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