Box Lunch: Soriano Defines Fierce, Arden Wall Paints, and The Swiss Army Shoe

pmlinks_071008_dorianleighThe real first supermodel (take that cheryl tiegs, Twiggy, Lisa Fonssagrives, Janice Dickenson, etc.) Dorian Leigh has died at 91. (Papier Doll)
The all-in-one shoe by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy might do well by being one thing less. (We Are The Market)
And who would be vandalizing a Hampton's Ralph Lauren store with lipstick while wearing a headband? Yes, Arden Wohl. Ten points for you. (NYPost via Gawker)
Filippa K's new secondhand store is a forward-thinking experiment in green retailing. (Springwise)
Cut-off shorts? Good. Splatter paint fashions? Good. Splatter-paint cut-off shorts? Not Good. (Fab Sugar)
Detalis has 60 seconds with "Project Runway" winner Christian Soriano, where he reveals that he's written about, "the millions of ways to be fierce." Not surprisingly, writing a book about being fierce is one of the ways to be fierce. (Details)
Iceland is so hot right now, and not because of global warming (though that is a factor). (JC Report)
Earlier today, we linked you some cicada jewelry. Now we've got some tick earrings. We're not exactly fans of Lyme disease. (Todays Zaman)
Carla Bruni wants a baby. We want to help her (was that crass?). (NYMag)

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