Tavi For Darfur, Garance Television, and Westwood Wallpaper

Lily Allen continues her slow, inevitable transformation into a Wild Thing in the pages of Harper's Bazaar Russia. (Fashionising)
Exceptionally British person, Vivienne Westwood, created a new wallpaper line. Perfect for a guest bathroom or nursery! (WWD)
The New York Times suddenly notices that, sometimes, girls like it rough. (NYT)
Similarly, Eric Wilson pens the long-awaited Times version of the "Rise of The Fashion Blogger" trend piece. (NYT)
In response, Gawker declares some sort of Jihad on fashion-blogger trend pieces and the front-row fashion bloggerati—which is just like them to do. (Gawker)
As if to test the power of her fashion-blogger powers, Tavi turns away from style and offers a passionate post on Darfur for POP . (THE POP)
Also, Garance Dor&eacute: may be on her way to the small screen. (BlackBook)
Hermès makes a bid for the growing Chinese luxury market. (Disney Rollergirl)
European models are also flocking to China, where they are in hot demand. (WP)
Mark Ronson and ladylove Josephine de la Baume engage in some PDA in Olivier Zahm's new campaign shots for Zadig & Voltaire. (WWD)
We wonder, are these Horst Diekgerdes shots of Madisyn Ritland in Vogue Germany the 16th beach-side editorial of the winter season, or the 17th? (Fashion Gone Rogue)

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