Fashion News Roundup: American Apparel Tries To Make Nice, Miss J. Would Spank Lindsay Lohan, and a Toddler Cowgirl Fashion Show

American Apparel Eats Humble Pie: The controversial retailer is apparently trying to reach out to Nancy Upton, the woman who mockingly entered AA's plus-size modeling comp and ended up garnering the most public votes. The retailer, who previously wrote an angry letter to Upton (and crowned a different winner), has once again reached out to the "contestant," offering to fly her to their LA factory to show the actual roles of women in the company. Wonder if Dov will be on hand for an impromptu photo shoot? {NY Daily News} Ridiculously Underaged Models Cap Off NY Fashion Week: Fashion week went out with a sort of creepy bang yesterday, as several six-year-olds dressed like sexy cowgirls gyrated on stage at the Bryant Park Hotel in an event hosted by Real Housewife Kelly Bensimon. The clear star of the show was Eden Wood, a pageant vet who's already won 300 awards. I feel weird now. {NY Post} 160 Years of Bally in 160 Seconds: The classic Swiss brand celebrates its 160 year anniversary with a brief video reflection on its history in culture and advertising. {Bally}
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American Apparel Eats Humble Pie: The controversial retailer is apparently trying to reach out to Nancy Upton, the woman who mockingly entered AA's plus-size modeling comp and ended up garnering the most public votes. The retailer, who previously wrote an angry letter to Upton (and crowned a different winner), has once again reached out to the "contestant," offering to fly her to their LA factory to show the actual roles of women in the company. Wonder if Dov will be on hand for an impromptu photo shoot? {NY Daily News} Ridiculously Underaged Models Cap Off NY Fashion Week: Fashion week went out with a sort of creepy bang yesterday, as several six-year-olds dressed like sexy cowgirls gyrated on stage at the Bryant Park Hotel in an event hosted by Real Housewife Kelly Bensimon. The clear star of the show was Eden Wood, a pageant vet who's already won 300 awards. I feel weird now. {NY Post} 160 Years of Bally in 160 Seconds: The classic Swiss brand celebrates its 160 year anniversary with a brief video reflection on its history in culture and advertising. {Bally}
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American Apparel Eats Humble Pie: The controversial retailer is apparently trying to reach out to Nancy Upton, the woman who mockingly entered AA's plus-size modeling comp and ended up garnering the most public votes. The retailer, who previously wrote an angry letter to Upton (and crowned a different winner), has once again reached out to the "contestant," offering to fly her to their LA factory to show the actual roles of women in the company. Wonder if Dov will be on hand for an impromptu photo shoot? {NY Daily News}

Ridiculously Underaged Models Cap Off NY Fashion Week: Fashion week went out with a sort of creepy bang yesterday, as several six-year-olds dressed like sexy cowgirls gyrated on stage at the Bryant Park Hotel in an event hosted by Real Housewife Kelly Bensimon. The clear star of the show was Eden Wood, a pageant vet who's already won 300 awards. I feel weird now. {NY Post}

160 Years of Bally in 160 Seconds: The classic Swiss brand celebrates its 160 year anniversary with a brief video reflection on its history in culture and advertising. {Bally}

Milan Peeved About Spring 2013 Show Schedule: Next year's New York Fashion Week is scheduled to begin one week later than usual, and the Milanese fashion elite are none too happy. Italian Chamber of Fashion head Mario Boselli called the move "arrogant," fearing that Milan Fashion Week will be "squeezed" between London and Paris. {WWD}

Rachel Zoe Knew She Was A Mother When She Wore Flats: Everyone's fave skinny stylist dishes on unsafe yet aesthetically pleasing baby cribs and a future play date with Baby Beckham. Ba-nanas. {FabSugar}

Miss J. Wants To Spank Lindsay Lohan: Even sitting on a couch was enough for La Lohan, surrounded by a bevy of beefed up security guards, to cause a controversy at Marc Jacobs's party last night. Asked what advice he'd give to the gossip column fave, fellow party-goer and ANTM coach Miss J. Alexander said that he'd "give [Lindsay] a good old-fashioned black woman’s spanking--I'll take her ass out!" Quite the hands-on approach. {The Cut}

No More Spring Shows For Behnaz Sarafpour: The designer, who decided against showing a collection this season, isn't sure if she ever will again saying it's "a lot" for her small company to produce three collections a year. Instead, she will focus on showing two stronger collections--either Spring and Fall or Fall and Resort. {The Cut}