Lily vs. Kiddies, Courtney vs. Anna, and Lohan vs. Reality

Note to the Disney Corporation, if you're ever looking to recast, Chanel Iman makes one hell of a Minnie Mouse. (Fashionising)
One of our faves, Zero + Maria Cornejo is working on a menswear collection. Bring it on! (WWD)
Peace out to Syms founder, Sy Syms who created the modern New York bargain center and died, quite appropriately, on the last day of the company's 50th-anniversary sale. An educated customer was his best customer. (CityFile)
Did you know that there is a law in Paris banning women from wearing trousers? Someone tell Lady Gaga. (Telegraph UK)
Three cheers for Sophie Theallet—your 2009 CFDA Fashion Fund winner! (WWD)
Courtney Love got beef with Anna Wintour. A must read. (The Cut)
As well, Ms. Love is being sued by designer Dawn Simorangkir after rock-and-roll's favorite sloppy drunk used her now-defunct Twitter feed to accuse her of stealing coke. Simorangkir wants the world to know that she pays for her blow. Please don't sue. (CNN)
On the subject of Chilean marching powder, remember we mentioned how someone had hired Lindsay Lohan to work on their jewelry line? Yeah, turns out that was just more of LiLo's patented speed jive—it ain't happening. (WWD)
Lily Cole knocked down a toddler while ice skating. Models have all the fun. (The Cut)
"I only go to the CFDAs because if I don't go, Anna Wintour calls up and says, 'You have to go because you're part of the American fashion industry, da da da da da,' and you can't say no to her."—Marc Jacobs who is, as of this writing, still a part of the American fashion industry. (Coutorture)

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