Fashion News Roundup: Alber Elbaz Doesn't Use the Internets, America's Worst Dressed Cities, and a Cartoon Supermodel

America's Worst Dressed: GQ rounded up the 40 worst dressed cities in America. They call the poll they used "deeply scientific." Do you live in one of these cities? If so, you should probably move. {GQ} Stenciled Dip Dye, Coming To A Salon Near You: Bleach is a Brit salon that specializes in zany hair color treatments, including bleaching, rainbow dip dying, and even stenciled words. They originated as a stand in London's WAH nails but now have their own place in the Oxford Topshop and are making plans to come stateside. Looks like Lauren Conrad was ahead of the curve after all. {Pop} The First Cartoon Supermodel: UK modeling agency Premier just signed Polly Bean, a character from the satirical comic strip Supermodels to its Special Division. The 20-year-old strip has earned fans like Phillip Treacy and the late Isabella Blow through Bean's witty commentary on the industry. {Vogue UK} Seat Changes At Vogue: Rickie De Sole has been promoted from accessories editor to Filipa Fino's old position of senior accessories editor. Sole's position will be filled by Leith Speer Barton, Anna Wintour's executive assistant. So now the question is, who will be Nuclear Wintour's new Anne Hathaway? {WWD}
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America's Worst Dressed: GQ rounded up the 40 worst dressed cities in America. They call the poll they used "deeply scientific." Do you live in one of these cities? If so, you should probably move. {GQ} Stenciled Dip Dye, Coming To A Salon Near You: Bleach is a Brit salon that specializes in zany hair color treatments, including bleaching, rainbow dip dying, and even stenciled words. They originated as a stand in London's WAH nails but now have their own place in the Oxford Topshop and are making plans to come stateside. Looks like Lauren Conrad was ahead of the curve after all. {Pop} The First Cartoon Supermodel: UK modeling agency Premier just signed Polly Bean, a character from the satirical comic strip Supermodels to its Special Division. The 20-year-old strip has earned fans like Phillip Treacy and the late Isabella Blow through Bean's witty commentary on the industry. {Vogue UK} Seat Changes At Vogue: Rickie De Sole has been promoted from accessories editor to Filipa Fino's old position of senior accessories editor. Sole's position will be filled by Leith Speer Barton, Anna Wintour's executive assistant. So now the question is, who will be Nuclear Wintour's new Anne Hathaway? {WWD}
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America's Worst Dressed: GQ rounded up the 40 worst dressed cities in America. They call the poll they used "deeply scientific." Do you live in one of these cities? If so, you should probably move. {GQ} Stenciled Dip Dye, Coming To A Salon Near You: Bleach is a Brit salon that specializes in zany hair color treatments, including bleaching, rainbow dip dying, and even stenciled words. They originated as a stand in London's WAH nails but now have their own place in the Oxford Topshop and are making plans to come stateside. Looks like Lauren Conrad was ahead of the curve after all. {Pop}

The First Cartoon Supermodel: UK modeling agency Premier just signed Polly Bean, a character from the satirical comic strip Supermodels to its Special Division. The 20-year-old strip has earned fans like Phillip Treacy and the late Isabella Blow through Bean's witty commentary on the industry. {Vogue UK}

Seat Changes At Vogue: Rickie De Sole has been promoted from accessories editor to Filipa Fino's old position of senior accessories editor. Sole's position will be filled by Leith Speer Barton, Anna Wintour's executive assistant. So now the question is, who will be Nuclear Wintour's new Anne Hathaway? {WWD}

Alber Elbaz Doesn't Have An Email But Used he Web For Lanvin Pre-Fall: "I see internets every morning," said the designer. He doesn't use email or surf the web himself, but his boyfriend shows him the best of the net every morning. The images of women glammed up at all times of the day inspired him to create a more elaborate yet consistently wearable look for Lanvin Pre-Fall 2011. {The Cut}

The Return of the Fabergé Egg: For its first collection in over 90 years, the legendary jewelry company created a line of 12 one-of-a-kind couture necklaces with egg-shaped pendants mimicking the iconic Imperial Eggs produced for the Romanov family (think Anastasia). As if they couldn't get any more epic, their first ad campaign was styled by Carine Roitfeld and shot by Mario Testino. {Telegraph}

Sonia Rykiel Selling Minority Stake? As the latest company to consider going public, Sonia Rykiel may sell a minority holding to further expand the brand. Label president Nathalie Rykiel is analyzing her options and recognizes the large potential for investors in Asia and abroad, but hasn't made any decisions, as she isn't sure about moving away from the brand's French roots . {Vogue UK}