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Tuesday October 30, 2012 11:58 pm
Items Du Jour: Tilda Inspires Ice Dress, American Apparel’s Insensitive Sale
+ The Kardashian sisters are caught up in a lawsuit over their new cosmetics line Khroma Beauty, which is similar enough in name for Beverly Hills-based Chroma Makeup to go after them legally, claiming that customers will be confused between the two products.
+ Miranda Kerr, named Maxim's Sexiest Woman Alive, is featured in December's issue, photographed by David Slijper.
+ Tila Swinton's character from The Chronicles of Narnia inspired TWELV magazine's editorial "Ice Queen," which showcases a dress made entirely of ice.
+ American Apparel caused an uproar recently when it tried to capitalize on Hurricane Sandy, offering an online sale to East coast shoppers with the code 'SANDYSALE.'
+ Like mother, like daughter: Georgia May Jagger poses for Glamour like her mom Jerry Hall in a recreation of a 1993 shoot.
+ Bridget Bardot inspired Kate Moss' recent shoot for Vanity Fair, which features an interview with the model.
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