Fashion News Roundup: Lanvin's Launching a Children's Line, Lindsay Goes Sheer and Braless For Community Service, and Katy Perry Covers Vanity Fair

Lanvin Is Making Pricey Kids’ Clothes: Lanvin will introduce a 25-piece kid’s clothing line which will hit stores in late November. Unfortunately for Rachel Zoe and her baby boy, it’s for girls only (ages 4-10). The line will reflect Lanvin’s “ultrasophisticated approach”---meaning, ka-ching. {WWD, subscription required} Lindsay Wore a See-Through Top Braless for her First Day of Community Service: She didn’t even bother to throw on an old pair of Ungaro pasties. Perfect outfit for the Women’s Center. {Egotastic} Galliano Hired a New Lawyer: Aurélien Hamelle at Metzner Associés in Paris is Galliano’s new legal representative. The High Court in France will set his trial date on May 12. {WWD, subscription required} Katy Perry Is Covering June's Vanity Fair: She’s wearing red lips, bouncy hair, a champange gown, and spectacular decolletage on the cover. Read the interview--she discusses artichokes as a metaphor. {Vanity Fair}
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Lanvin Is Making Pricey Kids’ Clothes: Lanvin will introduce a 25-piece kid’s clothing line which will hit stores in late November. Unfortunately for Rachel Zoe and her baby boy, it’s for girls only (ages 4-10). The line will reflect Lanvin’s “ultrasophisticated approach”---meaning, ka-ching. {WWD, subscription required} Lindsay Wore a See-Through Top Braless for her First Day of Community Service: She didn’t even bother to throw on an old pair of Ungaro pasties. Perfect outfit for the Women’s Center. {Egotastic} Galliano Hired a New Lawyer: Aurélien Hamelle at Metzner Associés in Paris is Galliano’s new legal representative. The High Court in France will set his trial date on May 12. {WWD, subscription required} Katy Perry Is Covering June's Vanity Fair: She’s wearing red lips, bouncy hair, a champange gown, and spectacular decolletage on the cover. Read the interview--she discusses artichokes as a metaphor. {Vanity Fair}
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Lanvin Is Making Pricey Kids’ Clothes: Lanvin will introduce a 25-piece kid’s clothing line which will hit stores in late November. Unfortunately for Rachel Zoe and her baby boy, it’s for girls only (ages 4-10). The line will reflect Lanvin’s “ultrasophisticated approach”---meaning, ka-ching. {WWD, subscription required}

Lindsay Wore a See-Through Top Braless for her First Day of Community Service: She didn’t even bother to throw on an old pair of Ungaro pasties. Perfect outfit for the Women’s Center. {Egotastic}

Galliano Hired a New Lawyer: Aurélien Hamelle at Metzner Associés in Paris is Galliano’s new legal representative. The High Court in France will set his trial date on May 12. {WWD, subscription required}

Katy Perry Is Covering June's Vanity Fair: She’s wearing red lips, bouncy hair, a champange gown, and spectacular decolletage on the cover. Read the interview--she discusses artichokes as a metaphor. {Vanity Fair} Reem Acra’s Bridal Line Features a New Royal Collection: She accessorized the line with tiaras, and there’s a long-sleeved lace number that is a lovely ode to Kate Middleton’s dress, without being a tacky knockoff. {InStyle}

The New "It" Bags Are Super Expensive But Don’t Look It: The new trend in handbags is towards utilitarian bags that no one recognizes as “designer.” At designer prices. Sweet. {Independent}