Fashion News Roundup: Kim Kardashian to Wed in Vera Wang and Louboutins, More Plus-Sized Model Discussions and Lara Stone With Blow-Up Dolls

Kim Kardashian to Wed in Custom Vera Wang and Louboutin: The bride to be was spotted, with a camera crew, meeting with Vera Wang yesterday at her Madison Avenue boutique. Apparently, Kim was also overheard at the west village Christian Louboutin store saying that Christian was, "custom-making her shoes for the wedding, but she wanted to try some on for size." Does she not already own a pair? {Page Six} Plus-Size Model Velvet D'Amour Speaks Out About the Industry and Italian Vogue: The model/actress discusses the trend of putting plus-size models in spreads that reference the rubenesque Renaissance nudes, like the recent ItalianVogue, saying that though it's a step, real progress will only be made when larger models are shown in innovative, clothed fashion editorials, not just in nudes displaying their bodies. {Frockwriter} Adam Lippes For HSN: The designer, who just did a collaboration with Mango, will create a lower-priced (between $55 and $400) capsule collection called Love Adam for the Home Shopping Network that will have old favorites such as fur-accented coats, tailored suits and party dresses in less expensive fabrics. At this rate, HSN is catching up to Target on the collaboration front. {Elle}
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Kim Kardashian to Wed in Custom Vera Wang and Louboutin: The bride to be was spotted, with a camera crew, meeting with Vera Wang yesterday at her Madison Avenue boutique. Apparently, Kim was also overheard at the west village Christian Louboutin store saying that Christian was, "custom-making her shoes for the wedding, but she wanted to try some on for size." Does she not already own a pair? {Page Six} Plus-Size Model Velvet D'Amour Speaks Out About the Industry and Italian Vogue: The model/actress discusses the trend of putting plus-size models in spreads that reference the rubenesque Renaissance nudes, like the recent ItalianVogue, saying that though it's a step, real progress will only be made when larger models are shown in innovative, clothed fashion editorials, not just in nudes displaying their bodies. {Frockwriter} Adam Lippes For HSN: The designer, who just did a collaboration with Mango, will create a lower-priced (between $55 and $400) capsule collection called Love Adam for the Home Shopping Network that will have old favorites such as fur-accented coats, tailored suits and party dresses in less expensive fabrics. At this rate, HSN is catching up to Target on the collaboration front. {Elle}
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Kim Kardashian to Wed in Custom Vera Wang and Louboutin: The bride to be was spotted, with a camera crew, meeting with Vera Wang yesterday at her Madison Avenue boutique. Apparently, Kim was also overheard at the west village Christian Louboutin store saying that Christian was, "custom-making her shoes for the wedding, but she wanted to try some on for size." Does she not already own a pair? {Page Six}

Plus-Size Model Velvet D'Amour Speaks Out About the Industry and Italian Vogue: The model/actress discusses the trend of putting plus-size models in spreads that reference the rubenesque Renaissance nudes, like the recent ItalianVogue, saying that though it's a step, real progress will only be made when larger models are shown in innovative, clothed fashion editorials, not just in nudes displaying their bodies. {Frockwriter}

Adam Lippes For HSN: The designer, who just did a collaboration with Mango, will create a lower-priced (between $55 and $400) capsule collection called Love Adam for the Home Shopping Network that will have old favorites such as fur-accented coats, tailored suits and party dresses in less expensive fabrics. At this rate, HSN is catching up to Target on the collaboration front. {Elle}

Lara Stone Rides Blow-Up Animals: The model cavorts with various inflatable creatures in this colorful, jungle-themed swimwear spread in Interview. {Interview}

Would You Buy This Leather Thank You Bag? Reusable grocery bags are now ubiquitous, which is awesome. But would you throw your produce in a $200 leather bag? Somehow this seems antithetical to the whole eco-chic thing. {The Frisky}