Watson’s Wears, Tucker To Target, And No Knockoffs For The Homeless

"Grrrr!" right back at you, Rihanna. (TFS)
It was Project Runway Day yesterday. Did you remember to call your mother? (Racked)
RIP Jay Reatard. (Commercial Appeal)
Sarah Jessica Parker may join Halston as a creative director. Will success or a repeat of Lohan-Ungaro follow? (The Spiel)
Emma Watson previews her magically ecologically sustainable collection for People Tree. (Times UK)
After "Trashgate", it comes as a shock that New York City itself would rather shred counterfeit goods rather than give them to the homeless. (The Cut)
Giles Deacon "would love to do" a collection based on The Simpsons. This needs to happen. (Style File)
Got a question for Chloë Sevigny? (Elle UK)
And just like that, all the Yohji Yamamoto stories in New York have closed. Hunh? (Racked)
At Jeffery, the salesman showing you the suits by young designer Devon Scott might just be Scott himself. (NYT)
Tucker by Gaby Basora is the newest and perhaps least well known designer to collaborate with the Go International for Target program. (Blackburn and Sweetzer)
Sign of the times--The MTV Store right in the heart of Times Square is going to be an Aeropostale. Finally, you can buy a waffle-weave henley or saggy khakis at the Crossroads Of The World. (Observer)
""When designers and editors choose one fat girl to salivate over, and revel in her avoirdupois, I'm not sure how much it advances the cause of using girls of all sizes in a magazine."--Crystal Renn. (NYT)

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