Fashion News Roundup: An Interview With Tavi, an American Apparel Commercial Featuring Break Dancing Kids, and a Defense of Our Controversial Sao Paulo Post

Beauty Trucks Are the New Food Trucks: The beauty brand Fresh will be handing out free tubes of their Sugar Lip Treatment from a pink truck in New York City tomorrow and this Saturday. Follow their Twitter (@FreshFounder) to find the truck's exact locale. {Style.com} Tavi Talks Jane Pratt and Summer Wardrobe Plans: The blogger, who just completed her first post for Pratt's new website, xoJane, says that she hates summer dressing but she is, however, excited to wear her swim suit with an astronaut on it. {Stylelist} In Defense Of Our Criticized Sao Paulo Fashion Week Post: Our own Leah Chernikoff has received some backlash from Brazil this week for her post, "The Top Ten Most Outrageous Looks From Sao Paulo Fashion Week"--apparently lots of people didn't see it for what it was: fun and silly. The blog Made in Brazil has come to her defense, citing the many favorable reviews Chernikoff wrote about the designers seen during the week. {Made in Brazil}
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Beauty Trucks Are the New Food Trucks: The beauty brand Fresh will be handing out free tubes of their Sugar Lip Treatment from a pink truck in New York City tomorrow and this Saturday. Follow their Twitter (@FreshFounder) to find the truck's exact locale. {Style.com} Tavi Talks Jane Pratt and Summer Wardrobe Plans: The blogger, who just completed her first post for Pratt's new website, xoJane, says that she hates summer dressing but she is, however, excited to wear her swim suit with an astronaut on it. {Stylelist} In Defense Of Our Criticized Sao Paulo Fashion Week Post: Our own Leah Chernikoff has received some backlash from Brazil this week for her post, "The Top Ten Most Outrageous Looks From Sao Paulo Fashion Week"--apparently lots of people didn't see it for what it was: fun and silly. The blog Made in Brazil has come to her defense, citing the many favorable reviews Chernikoff wrote about the designers seen during the week. {Made in Brazil}
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Beauty Trucks Are the New Food Trucks: The beauty brand Fresh will be handing out free tubes of their Sugar Lip Treatment from a pink truck in New York City tomorrow and this Saturday. Follow their Twitter (@FreshFounder) to find the truck's exact locale. {Style.com}

Tavi Talks Jane Pratt and Summer Wardrobe Plans: The blogger, who just completed her first post for Pratt's new website, xoJane, says that she hates summer dressing but she is, however, excited to wear her swim suit with an astronaut on it. {Stylelist}

In Defense Of Our Criticized Sao Paulo Fashion Week Post: Our own Leah Chernikoff has received some backlash from Brazil this week for her post, "The Top Ten Most Outrageous Looks From Sao Paulo Fashion Week"--apparently lots of people didn't see it for what it was: fun and silly. The blog Made in Brazil has come to her defense, citing the many favorable reviews Chernikoff wrote about the designers seen during the week. {Made in Brazil}

Rachel Zoe's Baby Hits the Red Carpet: Little Skylar, now three-months old, made his red carpet debut last night sporting a white sweater and matching beanie. {US Weekly}

Break-Dancing Kids Star in New American Apparel Commercial: The commercial is a departure from the brand's typical use of scantily clad hipsters. {Styleite}

Lily Allen and Sister Discuss Their Line: Allen and sister Sarah Owen recently launched their first collection for their brand Lucy in Disguise. The collection, which found its name from an old novel, is about "creating a character and playing dress up," says Owen. Allen also dishes on her friendship with Karl Lagerfeld, who she says really isn't intimidating at all. {Grazia}

Sky Ferreira Stars in Trippy StyleCaster Editorial: We've been seeing the it-girl/singer everywhere lately, and at a ripe 18 years old, she's sure to have a long career ahead of her. A true child of the 90's, Ferreira tells the site that she counts the Spice Girls, Kurt Cobain, and Cher Horowitz as her style and musical influences. Head to StyleCaster for behind-the scenes footage of the editorial photographed by Hugh Lippe. {Stylecaster}

Thakoon is Spinning Off His Capsule Lines and Launching E-Commerce: The designer's two capsule collections, Carbon Copy and Addition, were orginally created as companions to his main collection. Due to demand from retailers, Panichgul has decided to expand the lines and reposition them for the contemporary market, reaching a different demographic and more stores. Beginning in mid-July, the designer will also make his RTW collections available to buy online. {WWD, Subscription Required}