Fashion News Roundup: Lauren Conrad's Latest Collection For Kohl's, Google's Shopping App, and a New Diana Vreeland Doc

Preview Lauren Conrad's Fall 2011 Line For Kohl's: Filled with floaty blush-toned blouses and pleated skirts, the fall Lauren Conrad for Kohl's line screams LC without the Paper Crown pricetag. {Examiner} Video: Behind-The-Scenes of NYMag's Andrej Pejic Cover: Go behind the photographer's lens of NYMag's fall fashion issue and watch Pejic and other cover stars Issebella Rossellinni and Elettra Wiedemann, China Machado and Shala Monroque do their thang. {The Cut} First Look at Mark Fast For Aldo: Going off the sketch of a fringed wedge sandal, it looks like the collection might not be out until next resort (though there's no official word). We'll wait, since it sounds awesome: Fast described it as "sexy, strong, fierce African fabulousness." {Catwalk Queen}
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Preview Lauren Conrad's Fall 2011 Line For Kohl's: Filled with floaty blush-toned blouses and pleated skirts, the fall Lauren Conrad for Kohl's line screams LC without the Paper Crown pricetag. {Examiner} Video: Behind-The-Scenes of NYMag's Andrej Pejic Cover: Go behind the photographer's lens of NYMag's fall fashion issue and watch Pejic and other cover stars Issebella Rossellinni and Elettra Wiedemann, China Machado and Shala Monroque do their thang. {The Cut} First Look at Mark Fast For Aldo: Going off the sketch of a fringed wedge sandal, it looks like the collection might not be out until next resort (though there's no official word). We'll wait, since it sounds awesome: Fast described it as "sexy, strong, fierce African fabulousness." {Catwalk Queen}
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Preview Lauren Conrad's Fall 2011 Line For Kohl's: Filled with floaty blush-toned blouses and pleated skirts, the fall Lauren Conrad for Kohl's line screams LC without the Paper Crown pricetag. {Examiner}

Video: Behind-The-Scenes of NYMag's Andrej Pejic Cover: Go behind the photographer's lens of NYMag's fall fashion issue and watch Pejic and other cover stars Issebella Rossellinni and Elettra Wiedemann, China Machado and Shala Monroque do their thang. {The Cut}

First Look at Mark Fast For Aldo: Going off the sketch of a fringed wedge sandal, it looks like the collection might not be out until next resort (though there's no official word). We'll wait, since it sounds awesome: Fast described it as "sexy, strong, fierce African fabulousness." {Catwalk Queen}

Google Launches iPad Shopping App: Google Catalogs, which launched today, compiles all your favorite stores' printed pages--like Sephora, Nordstrom, Williams Sonoma and more--into an easy-to-browse app where you can view or even purchase individual pieces, create wishlists and watch videos. {GoogleBlog}

Balenciaga's Lariat Bag Almost Didn't Make It To Production: In an interview with WWD, Nicholas Ghesquiere discusses making accessories a vital part of the Balenciaga brand and reveals that the now-iconic Lariat bag was originally made to give his runway models something to hold and was never intended for production. Then, Kate Moss said she liked it. {Racked}

Lucky's Second FABB Conference Stars Kardashians, DVF and Coco Rocha: At the second annual Fashion And Beauty Blogger Conference, a slew of fashion folk--including the sisters K, Coco Rocha, Diane von Furstenberg, Essie Weingarten and Rebecca Minkoff-- will discuss the business of blogging and dole out eight awards recognizing those at the blogosphere forefront. It kicks off NYFW on September 7, but you can stream it online at luckymag.com/blogconference. {WWD subscription required}

Supermodels of Online Shopping: Just because they don't cover the glossies doesn't mean they aren't recognizable--online apparel models get just as much face time as the editorial supermodels, and might be more powerful; while Gisele is hot, she doesn't inspire me to spend money the way the Shopbop girl does. {SheFinds}

Diana Vreeland's Granddaughter-in-law Made a Documentary and Coffee Table Book About Her: Immordino Vreeland, the legendary editor and Costume Institute curator's granddaughter-in-law, gathered interviews and anecdotes from Vreeland's friends and associates to make a documentary (debuting at the Venice FIlm Festival on September 3) and coffee-table book (in stores October 1) that are sure to be fascinating. {WWD subscription required}