Fashion News Roundup: New York Fashion Week's Top Models, Kelly Cutrone Launches Sportswear, and Alice Temperley Breaches Royal Etiquette During Her MBE Ceremony

New York’s Top Models: WWD tallied up the models who booked the most shows for NYFW Fall 2011. They are: Caroline Brasch Nielsen (22 shows); Jacquelyn Jablonski (21 shows); Sigrid Agren (21 shows); Arizona Muse (20 shows); Karmen Pedaru (19 shows) {WWD, subscription required} Kelly Cutrone Is Launching A Clothing Line Channeling Phoebe Cates in Fast Times At Ridgemont High: Kelly Cutrone and Robyn Berkley of People's Revolution are launching a sportswear label called The Electric Love Army, which they describe as “affordable and fun” for the 15-32 year-old set. Cutrone told WWD, “You know that scene in ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ where Phoebe Cates climbs out of the swimming pool and pops her bikini? That’s our girl.” {WWD, subscription required} Alice Temperley Was Made a Member of the Order of the British Empire and Forgot To Curtsy: Alice Temperley was presented with an MBE (which is sort of like a knighthood, but not quite) by Queen Elizabeth. Alice wore a tuxedo to the ceremony and forgot to curtsy to the queen afterward. Oops. {Daily Mail
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New York’s Top Models: WWD tallied up the models who booked the most shows for NYFW Fall 2011. They are: Caroline Brasch Nielsen (22 shows); Jacquelyn Jablonski (21 shows); Sigrid Agren (21 shows); Arizona Muse (20 shows); Karmen Pedaru (19 shows) {WWD, subscription required} Kelly Cutrone Is Launching A Clothing Line Channeling Phoebe Cates in Fast Times At Ridgemont High: Kelly Cutrone and Robyn Berkley of People's Revolution are launching a sportswear label called The Electric Love Army, which they describe as “affordable and fun” for the 15-32 year-old set. Cutrone told WWD, “You know that scene in ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ where Phoebe Cates climbs out of the swimming pool and pops her bikini? That’s our girl.” {WWD, subscription required} Alice Temperley Was Made a Member of the Order of the British Empire and Forgot To Curtsy: Alice Temperley was presented with an MBE (which is sort of like a knighthood, but not quite) by Queen Elizabeth. Alice wore a tuxedo to the ceremony and forgot to curtsy to the queen afterward. Oops. {Daily Mail
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New York’s Top Models: WWD tallied up the models who booked the most shows for NYFW Fall 2011. They are: Caroline Brasch Nielsen (22 shows); Jacquelyn Jablonski (21 shows); Sigrid Agren (21 shows); Arizona Muse (20 shows); Karmen Pedaru (19 shows) {WWD, subscription required}

Kelly Cutrone Is Launching A Clothing Line Channeling Phoebe Cates in Fast Times At Ridgemont High: Kelly Cutrone and Robyn Berkley of People's Revolution are launching a sportswear label called The Electric Love Army, which they describe as “affordable and fun” for the 15-32 year-old set. Cutrone told WWD, “You know that scene in ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ where Phoebe Cates climbs out of the swimming pool and pops her bikini? That’s our girl.” {WWD, subscription required}

Alice Temperley Was Made a Member of the Order of the British Empire and Forgot To Curtsy: Alice Temperley was presented with an MBE (which is sort of like a knighthood, but not quite) by Queen Elizabeth. Alice wore a tuxedo to the ceremony and forgot to curtsy to the queen afterward. Oops. {Daily Mail

Palace Launches Official Royal Wedding Website: Starting today, you can follow the goings-on of the impending royal wedding and view “exclusive” content and pictures of the cute couple. We have to agree with the Guardian that it is “not yet amazingly gripping.” {The Guardian}

Hello Kitty x Vans: Vans and Sanrio collaborated on a line of sneakers which will be available in June. The classic checkerboard pattern will feature Hello Kitty’s serene mouth-less face in the checks. For something a bit less subtle, try the high top in Easter egg colors. {Refinery29}

Women Supposedly Take 10 Days Out Of The Year To Do Their Hair: The girls over at Glamour debate about the amount of time you need to do your hair. Ten days translates to 4 1/2 hours per week, which frankly sounds about right. {The Girls In the Beauty Department}