Fashion News Roundup: Dash Opened, The Biebs is Shilling Perfume and Scientists are Developing a Real Life Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak

Be Invisible: There may not be a cure for cancer, but scientists are finally on the path to developing a real life Harry Potter invisibility cloak. That's right--real, serious scientific researchers at a British university are spending their days working on a fabric that, depending on light, can render objects (or people!) invisible, because that will be soo awesome. {Mirror UK} Justin Bieber Hearts Girls. And Charity: Apparently, Justin Bieber has a passion for shilling female beauty products. He already has a line of nail polish out, scented dog tags, and now he's developing a women's fragrance. He's partnering with a company called Give Back Brands, which develops celebrity franchised products as a means of raising money for charity. He told WWD, “The idea that I can create an amazing fragrance that I love, and actually give back to a charity that matters to me at the same time, was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.” {WWD}
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Be Invisible: There may not be a cure for cancer, but scientists are finally on the path to developing a real life Harry Potter invisibility cloak. That's right--real, serious scientific researchers at a British university are spending their days working on a fabric that, depending on light, can render objects (or people!) invisible, because that will be soo awesome. {Mirror UK} Justin Bieber Hearts Girls. And Charity: Apparently, Justin Bieber has a passion for shilling female beauty products. He already has a line of nail polish out, scented dog tags, and now he's developing a women's fragrance. He's partnering with a company called Give Back Brands, which develops celebrity franchised products as a means of raising money for charity. He told WWD, “The idea that I can create an amazing fragrance that I love, and actually give back to a charity that matters to me at the same time, was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.” {WWD}
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Be Invisible: There may not be a cure for cancer, but scientists are finally on the path to developing a real life Harry Potter invisibility cloak. That's right--real, serious scientific researchers at a British university are spending their days working on a fabric that, depending on light, can render objects (or people!) invisible, because that will be soo awesome. {Mirror UK}

Justin Bieber Hearts Girls. And Charity: Apparently, Justin Bieber has a passion for shilling female beauty products. He already has a line of nail polish out, scented dog tags, and now he's developing a women's fragrance. He's partnering with a company called Give Back Brands, which develops celebrity franchised products as a means of raising money for charity. He told WWD, “The idea that I can create an amazing fragrance that I love, and actually give back to a charity that matters to me at the same time, was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.” {WWD}

Carey Mulligan Wins: Harper's Bazaar UK has crowned Carey Mulligan as their Best Dressed Woman of 2010, beating out Victoria Beckham, Tilda Swinton, Natalia Vodianova, and even the Prime Minister's wife, SamCam. We heart Carey, who never misses on the red carpet, and fully support HB's decision. {Daily Mail UK}

Swiss Miss: Mary Katrantzou, a buzzed about new designer who showed in London this season, was named winner of the Swiss Textiles Award, beating out Jason Wu, Duro Olowu, Adam Kimmel, Juun J and Damir Doma. Plus, she gets €10,000 worth of Swiss textiles. American designers (Rodarte and Alex Wang) won the award the past two years. {Vogue UK}

A Dash for Dash: Not surprisingly, Wednesday night's Dash opening in SoHO caused huge, ridiculous crowds of fans and paparazzi, resulting in three summonses for disorderly conduct. The good(?) news is Dash New York is officially open for business! {Daily News}