Fashion News Roundup: Sneak Peak at Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Mini Line for Target, Jay-Z's Designing Brooklyn Nets Uniforms and Another Critic Disses Tom Ford

First look at Gwen Stefani's Baby Clothes: Here's a taste of what's to come from Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Mini line for Target, which will hit stores November 13. Sizing will range from 6 months to 16 years, which means we, and possibly Nicki Minaj, may be able to fit into some under-$30 Harajuku tutus. {Celebrity Babies} Jay-Z's Designing Jerseys with Adidas: Jay-Z, prolific hip hop artist, clothing designer and co-owner of the newly named Brooklyn Nets, will proudly be designing the team's new uniform in collaboration with Adidas. {New York Post} Another Critic Dares to Critique Tom Ford: Le Figaro's Virginie Mouzat has recently given her account of Tom Ford's exclusive show during London Fashion Week. Like Lynn Yaeger and Jess Cartner-Morley, Mouzat gave a review that was not exactly glowing. In fact, she literally calls it "an out-of-style Gucci collection from ten years ago" and then goes on to list all of the other designers she thinks Ford copied. {Le Figaro via The Cut}
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First look at Gwen Stefani's Baby Clothes: Here's a taste of what's to come from Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Mini line for Target, which will hit stores November 13. Sizing will range from 6 months to 16 years, which means we, and possibly Nicki Minaj, may be able to fit into some under-$30 Harajuku tutus. {Celebrity Babies} Jay-Z's Designing Jerseys with Adidas: Jay-Z, prolific hip hop artist, clothing designer and co-owner of the newly named Brooklyn Nets, will proudly be designing the team's new uniform in collaboration with Adidas. {New York Post} Another Critic Dares to Critique Tom Ford: Le Figaro's Virginie Mouzat has recently given her account of Tom Ford's exclusive show during London Fashion Week. Like Lynn Yaeger and Jess Cartner-Morley, Mouzat gave a review that was not exactly glowing. In fact, she literally calls it "an out-of-style Gucci collection from ten years ago" and then goes on to list all of the other designers she thinks Ford copied. {Le Figaro via The Cut}
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First look at Gwen Stefani's Baby Clothes: Here's a taste of what's to come from Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Mini line for Target, which will hit stores November 13. Sizing will range from 6 months to 16 years, which means we, and possibly Nicki Minaj, may be able to fit into some under-$30 Harajuku tutus. {Celebrity Babies}

Jay-Z's Designing Jerseys with Adidas: Jay-Z, prolific hip hop artist, clothing designer and co-owner of the newly named Brooklyn Nets, will proudly be designing the team's new uniform in collaboration with Adidas. {New York Post}

Another Critic Dares to Critique Tom Ford: Le Figaro's Virginie Mouzat has recently given her account of Tom Ford's exclusive show during London Fashion Week. Like Lynn Yaeger and Jess Cartner-Morley, Mouzat gave a review that was not exactly glowing. In fact, she literally calls it "an out-of-style Gucci collection from ten years ago" and then goes on to list all of the other designers she thinks Ford copied. {Le Figaro via The Cut}

Toms Ballet Flats? Perennial purveyors of comfy slip-ons are branching out into new territory for fans of the one-for-one charity model who prefer a more feminine silhouette: ballet flats. The flats, which come in wide array of colors and patterns, won't be available until spring 2012 but you can check them out now. {Toms via Glamour}

Eddie Borgo Spring 2012: Check out this first look at Eddie Borgo's spring 2012 collection, which is set to be unveiled at Paris Fashion Week. The CFDA Swarovski award nominee's collection was inspired by Robert Mapplethorpe. {Vogue}

Rebecca Minkoff Had a Baby! The designer of covetable ready-to-wear clothes and accessories must have been cutting it close with New York Fashion Week. She gave birth Sunday to a healthy 6 lb, 14 oz baby boy. Congrats!! {Minkette}