Olivier Rolls Rough, Goths Rise from Dead, and Aggy Gets Wet

pmlinks-0507Kastyn Reid teaches us all about la dolce vita in the new issue of Vanity Fair Italia. (Trend Land)
When kick'n it by himself, Olivier Theyskens likes to puff cheap stogies and piss in the Seine. That's just how he rolls. (Fashionologie)
Leigh Lezark, Riley Keough, Marie Ange Casta, and lovable, huggable Daisy Lowe are the surprisingly young and hip spokesbodies for Mango. (Nylon)
Uh, oh—the Goths are back. Clove cigarette anyone? (Jezebel)
Who's more stylish, Debonnaire von Bismarck or The Countess of Cawdor? Make your voice heard in Vanity Fair's"2009 Best-Dressed Woman" poll. (Vanityfair.com)
M.I.A., Oprah. Oprah, M.I.A. (Spin)
Fashion designers can tour crowded hotel bars without fear once again. Kiefer Sutherland has turned himself in to be arraigned on charges of assault and possession of a deadly noggin. (NYP)
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Having already promoted every fashion-related product under the sun, the ubiquitous Agyness Deyn must resort to hawking the basic elements of life in order to stay on magazine pages. (The Sun UK)
Judd Apatow can even turn Met Gala into a laddish comedy, provided Paul Rudd is co-starring. (The Cut)