Fashion News Roundup: Lindsay Guilty/Nicole Richie Gilt-y, Diane Kruger Took Six Years To Buy An Hermes, and YSL Gets Banned

Lindsay Pulls A Winona? A $2,500 one-of-a-kind necklace went missing from a Venice, CA jewelry store in late January and *gasp* Lindsay Lohan is under suspicion as the thief. It’s unclear why Lindsay was named as a culprit, but the necklace magically appeared at an LAPD station before police obtained a search warrant to search her home. {People} Diane Kruger Is Not An Impulse Shopper: Continuing our trend of celebrities who don’t spend money (see Keira Knightley yesterday), today we learn that Diane Kruger took six years debating about whether to buy an Hermes Constance bag, which she has wanted her whole life. After she signed with Calvin Klein she decided the time was right. “I truly broke a sweat when I paid for it,” she told Vogue UK. {VogueUK} Glamour Just Got A Little More Glamorous: Anne Christensen is Glamour’s new fashion editor, and her mark will be obvious in the upcoming March issue of the mag (and yep, that’s Diane Kruger on the cover). Bruce Weber shot some editorials and there are 17% more fashion pages (we’re assuming they’re not “Do’s and Dont’s"). The April issue will have 26% more fashion pages than last year’s, WWD reports. A Tumblr and more street style are also in the works. {WWD, subscription required} Nicole Richie Is Gilt-y: Gilt has teamed with Nicole Richie to sell her (full price) lines, House of Harlow 1960 and Winter Kate; it's up on the site now. The sale ends Sunday at midnight. Check out the video interview with Nicole Richie on the site. {Gilt}
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Lindsay Pulls A Winona? A $2,500 one-of-a-kind necklace went missing from a Venice, CA jewelry store in late January and *gasp* Lindsay Lohan is under suspicion as the thief. It’s unclear why Lindsay was named as a culprit, but the necklace magically appeared at an LAPD station before police obtained a search warrant to search her home. {People} Diane Kruger Is Not An Impulse Shopper: Continuing our trend of celebrities who don’t spend money (see Keira Knightley yesterday), today we learn that Diane Kruger took six years debating about whether to buy an Hermes Constance bag, which she has wanted her whole life. After she signed with Calvin Klein she decided the time was right. “I truly broke a sweat when I paid for it,” she told Vogue UK. {VogueUK} Glamour Just Got A Little More Glamorous: Anne Christensen is Glamour’s new fashion editor, and her mark will be obvious in the upcoming March issue of the mag (and yep, that’s Diane Kruger on the cover). Bruce Weber shot some editorials and there are 17% more fashion pages (we’re assuming they’re not “Do’s and Dont’s"). The April issue will have 26% more fashion pages than last year’s, WWD reports. A Tumblr and more street style are also in the works. {WWD, subscription required} Nicole Richie Is Gilt-y: Gilt has teamed with Nicole Richie to sell her (full price) lines, House of Harlow 1960 and Winter Kate; it's up on the site now. The sale ends Sunday at midnight. Check out the video interview with Nicole Richie on the site. {Gilt}
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Lindsay Pulls A Winona? A $2,500 one-of-a-kind necklace went missing from a Venice, CA jewelry store in late January and *gasp* Lindsay Lohan is under suspicion as the thief. It’s unclear why Lindsay was named as a culprit, but the necklace magically appeared at an LAPD station before police obtained a search warrant to search her home. {People}

Diane Kruger Is Not An Impulse Shopper: Continuing our trend of celebrities who don’t spend money (see Keira Knightley yesterday), today we learn that Diane Kruger took six years debating about whether to buy an Hermes Constance bag, which she has wanted her whole life. After she signed with Calvin Klein she decided the time was right. “I truly broke a sweat when I paid for it,” she told Glamour (as reported by Vogue UK). {VogueUK}

Glamour Just Got A Little More Glamorous: Anne Christensen is Glamour’s new fashion editor, and her mark will be obvious in the upcoming March issue of the mag (and yep, that’s Diane Kruger on the cover). Bruce Weber shot some editorials and there are 17% more fashion pages (we’re assuming they’re not “Do’s and Dont’s"). The April issue will have 26% more fashion pages than last year’s, WWD reports. A Tumblr and more street style are also in the works. {WWD, subscription required}

Nicole Richie Is Gilt-y: Gilt has teamed with Nicole Richie to sell her (full price) lines, House of Harlow 1960 and Winter Kate; it's up on the site now. The sale ends Sunday at midnight. Check out the video interview with Nicole Richie on the site. {Gilt}

YSL’s Belle d’Opium Commercial Banned: French actress Melanie Thierry, dressed in a va-va-voom white gown and dancing suggestively, stars in the commercial for YSL’s new fragrance, Belle d’Opium. Thirteen people complained that it was offensive because her actions “simulated drug use,” so it was banned. Thierry says at the end of the ad, “I am your addiction.” The fragrance is called Opium, for heaven’s sake! {Telegraph}

Ashley Smith and DJ Diplo Do T by Alexander Wang: Check out the T by Alexander Wang spring campaign shot by Daniel Jackson and styled by Alastair McKimm. {Fashion Gone Rogue}