Fashion News Roundup: Balenciaga Gets E-Commerce, Courtney Cox Writes For XOJane and Victoria Beckham's Style Evolution

Victoria Beckham's Style Evolution: In honor of her newborn baby girl, Harper Seven, Vogue UK traces Beckham's sartorial choices from her not-so-posh Spice Girl days to her current, decidedly more tasteful style. {Vogue UK} Balenciaga Launching E-Commerce: Notoriously un-Web-savvy, Nicholas Ghesquière is finally stepping up his site to sell all of the brand's products, including runway ready-to-wear, and become "almost like a daily magazine" with tons of photos and short films by visual artists and photographers conscripted by the designer. Is a blog not far behind? {WWD} Lady Gaga's Second V Column: No purchase necessary to read the latest "From The Desk Of Lady Gaga." This time she talks about... umm... costumes? Fantasy? It doesn't really make a lot of sense or say anything an average drag queen wouldn't, but if you're still intrigued check it out online. {V}
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Victoria Beckham's Style Evolution: In honor of her newborn baby girl, Harper Seven, Vogue UK traces Beckham's sartorial choices from her not-so-posh Spice Girl days to her current, decidedly more tasteful style. {Vogue UK} Balenciaga Launching E-Commerce: Notoriously un-Web-savvy, Nicholas Ghesquière is finally stepping up his site to sell all of the brand's products, including runway ready-to-wear, and become "almost like a daily magazine" with tons of photos and short films by visual artists and photographers conscripted by the designer. Is a blog not far behind? {WWD} Lady Gaga's Second V Column: No purchase necessary to read the latest "From The Desk Of Lady Gaga." This time she talks about... umm... costumes? Fantasy? It doesn't really make a lot of sense or say anything an average drag queen wouldn't, but if you're still intrigued check it out online. {V}
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Victoria Beckham's Style Evolution: In honor of her newborn baby girl, Harper Seven, Vogue UK traces Beckham's sartorial choices from her not-so-posh Spice Girl days to her current, decidedly more tasteful style. {Vogue UK}

Balenciaga Launching E-Commerce: Notoriously un-Web-savvy, Nicholas Ghesquière is finally stepping up his site to sell all of the brand's products, including runway ready-to-wear, and become "almost like a daily magazine" with tons of photos and short films by visual artists and photographers conscripted by the designer. Is a blog not far behind? {WWD}

Lady Gaga's Second V Column: No purchase necessary to read the latest "From The Desk Of Lady Gaga." This time she talks about... umm... costumes? Fantasy? It doesn't really make a lot of sense or say anything an average drag queen wouldn't, but if you're still intrigued check it out online. {V}

Courtney Cox Is XOJane's Newest Columnist: The actress and Jane Pratt are longtime Friends (sorry), and she'll be contributing beauty and home decorating advice to the site starting with an article on two of her favorite products (including a $9 hair color). {XOJane}

Camilla Al Fayed Buys Controlling Stake in Issa: The daughter of ex-Harrods owner Mohammed Al Fayed just bought 51% of the Brazilian brand and will oversee commercial expansion while designer Daniella Helayel will remain as the creative director. Fayed looks to turn it into a "global creative brand" and e-commerce is in the works. Talk about Middleton selling power. {Telegraph}

Loeffler Randall Makes Rain Booties For Club Monaco: And they're super adorable: waterproof lace-up flat boots that are both functional and comfy (cotton lining means no plastic-induced blisters). They debut in October for $165, but only in eight locations: six U.S. stores, five in NYC and one in Jersey, and two Canadian stores (Vancouver and Toronto), so you'll have to travel to snatch a pair. {Racked}

Annie Lennox Gets Her Own Retrospective: With her flaming shaved hair and matching bright lips, the singer/actress has been a style icon for decades--even Boy George cites her as an influence. Starting September 15, you can channel her alluring androgynous look yourself at London's Victoria and Albert Museum with The House of Annie Lennox exhibition, a showcase of photographs by such big names as Richard Avedon and Ellen von Unwerth, among others. {Style.com}