Fashion News Round Up: The Royal Wedding Gets a Fragrance, Doutzen Kroes Lands an Acting Gig, and Dolce & Gabbana are Bieber Fans

Smell Like Royalty: A Hamburg perfumer claims that the royal family commissioned her to create the official wedding fragrances--one called Catherine that has notes of magnolia and rose, and one called William that's sporty and direct. The cheesy packaging includes a locket with a photo of the couple. {BellaSugar} Daphne Guiness Will Get Ready For the Met Ball in the Barney's Windows: To coincide with the Met Gala in May, Guiness has collaborated with Barney's for a six-week long window display that will include pieces from her collection of Isabella Blow's wardrobe as well as from her own, a short film, and performance art, a.k.a Guiness preparing for the Gala in the Madison Ave windows. {Vogue} Susie Bubble's Guide to Online Shopping: The blogger breaks down and critiques the e-commerce sites of major brands like Alexander Wang and Burberry for those of you wondering whether you should brave the April rain or shop in your pajamas. {Style Bubble}
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Smell Like Royalty: A Hamburg perfumer claims that the royal family commissioned her to create the official wedding fragrances--one called Catherine that has notes of magnolia and rose, and one called William that's sporty and direct. The cheesy packaging includes a locket with a photo of the couple. {BellaSugar} Daphne Guiness Will Get Ready For the Met Ball in the Barney's Windows: To coincide with the Met Gala in May, Guiness has collaborated with Barney's for a six-week long window display that will include pieces from her collection of Isabella Blow's wardrobe as well as from her own, a short film, and performance art, a.k.a Guiness preparing for the Gala in the Madison Ave windows. {Vogue} Susie Bubble's Guide to Online Shopping: The blogger breaks down and critiques the e-commerce sites of major brands like Alexander Wang and Burberry for those of you wondering whether you should brave the April rain or shop in your pajamas. {Style Bubble}
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Smell Like Royalty: A Hamburg perfumer claims that the royal family commissioned her to create the official wedding fragrances--one called Catherine that has notes of magnolia and rose, and one called William that's sporty and direct. The cheesy packaging includes a locket with a photo of the couple. {BellaSugar}

Daphne Guiness Will Get Ready For the Met Ball in the Barneys Windows: To coincide with the Met Gala in May, Guiness has collaborated with Barneys for a six-week long window display that will include pieces from her collection of Isabella Blow's wardrobe as well as from her own, a short film, and performance art, a.k.a Guiness preparing for the Gala in the Madison Ave windows. {Vogue}

Susie Bubble's Guide to Online Shopping: The blogger breaks down and critiques the e-commerce sites of major brands like Alexander Wang and Burberry for those of you wondering whether you should brave the April rain or shop in your pajamas. {Style Bubble}

Doutzen Kroes to Hit the Big Screen in 3D: The model has landed a role in a Dutch film called Nova Zembla about an explorer who gets into a shipwreck. {Modelinia}

Jennifer Garner, Former Scrunchie Designer: The Arthur actress told David Letterman that to make money in college she sewed her own scrunchies and hawked them in the dorms. {People StyleWatch}

Dolce & Gabbana are Victims of Bieber Fever: The designers, who are fascinated by the pint-sized pop star's wide range of fans, are throwing the Biebs a party after his concert in Milan this weekend. {Vogue UK}

Cynthia Rowley Rebrands Her Menswear Line: The line is named Mr. Powers for her husband, gallerist Bill Powers and will available online and in select stores this summer. The collection will not feature any bottoms, because Rowley believes that everything on men looks better paired with jeans. {WWD, subscription required}

Retailers Make Fitting Rooms Less Scary: In an effort to increase sales, many retailers like Anthropologie and The Gap are redesigning their dungeon-like dressing rooms to look and feel like a customer's walk-in closet. Expect flattering lighting, comfy lounge chairs, and racks of camisoles to make shoppers look slimmer in the brand's garments. {WSJ}