Fashion News Roundup: ADR Made a Video, D&G Are Being Indicted and The Designer of Kate Middleton's See-Through Dress Speaks

Royal Mistake or Royal History? The designer of this dress that Kate Middleton was wearing in a fashion show when Prince William first saw her, which we have to say is pretty ugly and a bit slutty, might be worth £100,000 at this point, but the designer "probably" won't sell it. "She looked fabulous in my dress and I think she could become a style icon like Princess Diana - so the dress could become part of fashion history," she said. She also said she would love to design Kate's wedding dress. We really hope not. {Daily Mail} eBay Gets Royal: Within a week of Kate and Wills' engagement announcement, the number of Ebay items with the terms "Kate Middleton" and "Prince William" has increased dramatically. If your interest in British royals borders on obsession, there is plenty of memorabilia to be found, including mouse pads, thimbles and wedding ring replicas. {Inside Source} Dress Code: Apparently school isn't the only place where miniskirts can be banned. The city council of Castellammare di Stabia, a sea town close to Naples, has approved a bylaw to ban micro-minis. {WWD subscription required} Turning Japanese: Marc Jacobs is on the cover of Numéro Tokyo's Jan/Feb 2011 issue, dressed modestly in a black shirt and pants. {Fashion Copious}
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Royal Mistake or Royal History? The designer of this dress that Kate Middleton was wearing in a fashion show when Prince William first saw her, which we have to say is pretty ugly and a bit slutty, might be worth £100,000 at this point, but the designer "probably" won't sell it. "She looked fabulous in my dress and I think she could become a style icon like Princess Diana - so the dress could become part of fashion history," she said. She also said she would love to design Kate's wedding dress. We really hope not. {Daily Mail} eBay Gets Royal: Within a week of Kate and Wills' engagement announcement, the number of Ebay items with the terms "Kate Middleton" and "Prince William" has increased dramatically. If your interest in British royals borders on obsession, there is plenty of memorabilia to be found, including mouse pads, thimbles and wedding ring replicas. {Inside Source} Dress Code: Apparently school isn't the only place where miniskirts can be banned. The city council of Castellammare di Stabia, a sea town close to Naples, has approved a bylaw to ban micro-minis. {WWD subscription required} Turning Japanese: Marc Jacobs is on the cover of Numéro Tokyo's Jan/Feb 2011 issue, dressed modestly in a black shirt and pants. {Fashion Copious}
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Royal Mistake or Royal History? The designer of this dress that Kate Middleton was wearing in a fashion show when Prince William first saw her, which we have to say is pretty ugly and a bit slutty, might be worth £100,000 at this point, but the designer "probably" won't sell it. "She looked fabulous in my dress and I think she could become a style icon like Princess Diana - so the dress could become part of fashion history," she said. She also said she would love to design Kate's wedding dress. We really hope not. {Daily Mail}

eBay Gets Royal: Within a week of Kate and Wills' engagement announcement, the number of Ebay items with the terms "Kate Middleton" and "Prince William" has increased dramatically. If your interest in British royals borders on obsession, there is plenty of memorabilia to be found, including mouse pads, thimbles and wedding ring replicas. {Inside Source}

Dress Code: Apparently school isn't the only place where miniskirts can be banned. The city council of Castellammare di Stabia, a sea town close to Naples, has approved a bylaw to ban micro-minis. {WWD subscription required}

Turning Japanese: Marc Jacobs is on the cover of Numéro Tokyo's Jan/Feb 2011 issue, dressed modestly in a black shirt and pants. {Fashion Copious} Anna Dello Russo's SCENT has a VIDEO: ADR shot a promo video for her new fragrance and it's amazing. It features her prancing about in a gown trying on jewelry and HEAD-PIECES and spritzing perfume. The music is Kanye West's "Runaway" (He's one of about 15 people she thanks in the blog post) and somehow we're not surprised that they're friends. {Anna Dello Russo}

Dolce, Dolce, Dolce: Dolce & Gabbana are being indicted today for tax evasion. They've been accused of setting up a holdings company in Luxembourg in order to evade high Italian taxes and, if found guilty, could be liable for up to $1 billion in fines and three years in prison. {Vogue UK}

False Advertising: A Rimmel London ad featuring Georgia Jagger has been banned by the UK's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for being misleading. In the mascara ad, Georgia wears false lashes, which is indicated in fine print, but apparently not clearly enough. {Telegraph UK}