Doonan In The White House, Cutrone's F-Bomb, and Theyskens To Return?

As shown in Cedric Buchet's Elle Italy editorial with Barbara Berger, polka-dots, earth tones, and fox fur will be hot on the beaches this winter.(Fashion Copious)
Vena Cava's Sophie Buhai waxes poetic on her love for old shoes, old people, and brand new art. (Fine Art of Family)
Olivier Theyskens may soon be back in the designing biz. Fingers crossed on this one here. (BlackBook)
Required viewing—Fashion Television gives us a peek into the Victoria Bartlett retrospective exhibition at Milan's Dopolavoro gallery. (FWD)
Simon Doonan will be decorating The White House for Christmas. The Secret Service should prepare themselves for attacks of whimsy. (The Caucus)
The Cut stages an intervention for Rihanna, a sort of "come to Jesus" moment regarding her addiction to oversized shoulders. (The Cut)
Smash-and-grab publicity expert and our favorite cool aunt, Kelly Cutrone stirs up excitement about her upcoming Bravo show "Kell on Earth" by swearing on local morning television. (The Frisky)
The French courts have reduced once great and now bankrupt brand Christian Lacroix to a mere licensing outfit with only 11 employees. At least the Christmas party will be nice and intimate. (Reuters)
Cintra Wilson gets high off huffing man fumes at Brooklyn's Burlap. (NYT)
Trang Huyen wins Bluefly's America's Most Stylish Blogger poll. Congrats, kiddo. (Fly Paper)
La mademoiselle Garance Doré recalls her early days in Paris as a fashion novice. (Garance Doré)
The Give Lady GaGa A Makeover Photoshop Contest is the best blog sweepstakes ever… or at least since their last Karl-based one. (Racked)
We're sure that at some point, the owner Uniform Freak—an online museum of 800 stewardess uniforms—was called "crazy" by his friends and family. We're glad he never took them seriously. (Urlesque)

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