Fashion News Roundup: The Situation's Fashion Debut, Hermes Goes Hipster, Plus D&G's Film Trailer

A Fashion Situation: Recently debuted on The Situation's Facebook page, a first look from Mike Sorrentino's collab with brilliantly-named casualwear brand DILLIGAF, which, naturally, stands for "Do I Look Like I Give a Fuck?" A new member of this gang of nickname geniuses, The Unit, models the Ed Hardy-esque tank. {Racked} Harley does Hermes: Trying to figure out a new way to wear your Hermes scarf? Well, Hermes just launched J'aime Mon Carre (I love my scarf), basically a street style blog, but with a bunch of cool girls you've probably seen before (Harley Viera Newton, etc.) all wearing limited edition Hermes scarves in different ways. Unfortunately, the scarves will only be available at Colette in Paris come September. {Nylon} Will shape-ups really shape you up? According to the American Council on Exercise, "simply no evidence to support the claims that these shoes will help wearers exercise more intensely, burn more calories or improve muscle strength and tone." Skechers disagrees. Have you tried them? Do they work? {Huffington Post}
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A Fashion Situation: Recently debuted on The Situation's Facebook page, a first look from Mike Sorrentino's collab with brilliantly-named casualwear brand DILLIGAF, which, naturally, stands for "Do I Look Like I Give a Fuck?" A new member of this gang of nickname geniuses, The Unit, models the Ed Hardy-esque tank. {Racked} Harley does Hermes: Trying to figure out a new way to wear your Hermes scarf? Well, Hermes just launched J'aime Mon Carre (I love my scarf), basically a street style blog, but with a bunch of cool girls you've probably seen before (Harley Viera Newton, etc.) all wearing limited edition Hermes scarves in different ways. Unfortunately, the scarves will only be available at Colette in Paris come September. {Nylon} Will shape-ups really shape you up? According to the American Council on Exercise, "simply no evidence to support the claims that these shoes will help wearers exercise more intensely, burn more calories or improve muscle strength and tone." Skechers disagrees. Have you tried them? Do they work? {Huffington Post}
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A Fashion Situation: Recently debuted on The Situation's Facebook page, a first look from Mike Sorrentino's collab with brilliantly-named casualwear brand DILLIGAF, which, naturally, stands for "Do I Look Like I Give a Fuck?" A new member of this gang of nickname geniuses, The Unit, models the Ed Hardy-esque tank. {Racked}

Harley does Hermes: Trying to figure out a new way to wear your Hermes scarf? Well, Hermes just launched J'aime Mon Carre (I love my scarf), basically a street style blog, but with a bunch of cool girls you've probably seen before (Harley Viera Newton, etc.) all wearing limited edition Hermes scarves in different ways. Unfortunately, the scarves will only be available at Colette in Paris come September. {Nylon}

Will shape-ups really shape you up? According to the American Council on Exercise, "simply no evidence to support the claims that these shoes will help wearers exercise more intensely, burn more calories or improve muscle strength and tone." Skechers disagrees. Have you tried them? Do they work? {Huffington Post}

Dolce, Dolce, Dolce: Following in Tom Ford's footsteps, Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce have a feature film due out this September titled "Quando, Quando, Quando." The trailer for the black & white R-rated film is out now. {T Magazine} Sienna goes to Blow's: In another fusion of fashion and film, Sienna and Savannah Miller made a film of Twenty8Twelve's Fall 2011 collection. It was filmed at Isabella Blow's house and features Sienna herself alongside Sara Blomqvist. {Vogue UK}