Elbaz Tells It Like It Is, Coco at The Multiplex, and More Stam Than You Can Shake A Stick At

Jessica Stam finds her perfect co-star in the latest issue of Numéro Korea—herself. (Fashionising)
Go behind the scenes with signores Dolce & Gabbana with their pre-show diaries. (Fashion Tribes)
We'll give you respect for going vintage. We'll give you respect for doing it DIY. If you make it to DIY vintage, we'll genuflect. (Fashion Incubator)
Victoria Bartlett's VPL line will get a much-deserved retrospective exhibition in Milan starting next week. Here's hoping a local gallery brings it stateside. (Style File)

Coco Avant Chanel
gets a pretty damned good review from America's paper of record. A.O. Scott makes it sound pretty ideal for a post-brunch distraction. (NYT)

We saw Megan Fox on the cover of Nylon and instantly fell asleep. (StyleList)
Cute award for the week goes to the "Max" Where the Wild Things Are bodysuit from Opening Ceremony. (OCNN)
Miuccia Prada makes Cathy Horyn sad. (On the Runway)
"Do you know anyone who wants to be a seamstress? Do you know anyone who wants to be a tailor? I don't, either. But I do know many people who want to be models, and not only models, but supermodels. This is the game today: Be famous, and do it really, really fast."—The suddenly oracular Alber Elbaz telling the God's honest truth to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in Italy. (WWD)
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