Fashion News Roundup: Rachel Zoe Explains All That Luggage, Hermès is Making Saris, and Steve Jobs Didn't Shop at St. Croix

Miranda Kerr Will Wear the $2.5 Million Bra at the VS Show: The supermodel (and Orlando Bloom's baby mama) will return to the VS catwalk next month, along with performers Kanye and Maroon 5, wearing a bejeweled bra worth $2.5m. I've already pre-ordered a few for myself. {Telegraph} Rachel Zoe Blames Extreme Luggage on Climate, Baby Skyler: Remember that photo of Rachel Zoe's thirteen suitcases as she headed off to various fashion weeks? The Hollywood stylist explains to InStyle that all that baggage was totally necessary: She was packing for several climates! And her baby spits up a lot. Oh ok. {InStyle} Steve Jobs's Turtlenecks Aren't Even by St. Croix: Here's a case of mistaken mock-turtleneck identity that really worked out for St. Croix. Turns out the luxury brand, which reported a 100% sales increase following Steve Jobs's death last week, didn't actually make the Mac genius's famed black shirts after all. Jobs revealed to biographer Walter Isaacson that the shirts were created by Japanese designer Issey Miyake, who was asked to create a uniform for Apple employees. Wonder how this news will impact Mr. Miyake's business? {Styleite via Gawker}
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Miranda Kerr Will Wear the $2.5 Million Bra at the VS Show: The supermodel (and Orlando Bloom's baby mama) will return to the VS catwalk next month, along with performers Kanye and Maroon 5, wearing a bejeweled bra worth $2.5m. I've already pre-ordered a few for myself. {Telegraph} Rachel Zoe Blames Extreme Luggage on Climate, Baby Skyler: Remember that photo of Rachel Zoe's thirteen suitcases as she headed off to various fashion weeks? The Hollywood stylist explains to InStyle that all that baggage was totally necessary: She was packing for several climates! And her baby spits up a lot. Oh ok. {InStyle} Steve Jobs's Turtlenecks Aren't Even by St. Croix: Here's a case of mistaken mock-turtleneck identity that really worked out for St. Croix. Turns out the luxury brand, which reported a 100% sales increase following Steve Jobs's death last week, didn't actually make the Mac genius's famed black shirts after all. Jobs revealed to biographer Walter Isaacson that the shirts were created by Japanese designer Issey Miyake, who was asked to create a uniform for Apple employees. Wonder how this news will impact Mr. Miyake's business? {Styleite via Gawker}
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Miranda Kerr Will Wear the $2.5 Million Bra at the VS Show: The supermodel (and Orlando Bloom's baby mama) will return to the VS catwalk next month, along with performers Kanye and Maroon 5, wearing a bejeweled bra worth $2.5m. I've already pre-ordered a few for myself. {Telegraph}

Rachel Zoe Blames Extreme Luggage on Climate, Baby Skyler: Remember that photo of Rachel Zoe's thirteen suitcases as she headed off to various fashion weeks? The Hollywood stylist explains to InStyle that all that baggage was totally necessary: She was packing for several climates! And her baby spits up a lot. Oh ok. {InStyle}

Steve Jobs's Turtlenecks Aren't Even by St. Croix: Here's a case of mistaken mock-turtleneck identity that really worked out for St. Croix. Turns out the luxury brand, which reported a 100% sales increase following Steve Jobs's death last week, didn't actually make the Mac genius's famed black shirts after all. Jobs revealed to biographer Walter Isaacson that the shirts were created by Japanese designer Issey Miyake, who was asked to create a uniform for Apple employees. Wonder how this news will impact Mr. Miyake's business? {Styleite via Gawker}

Hamish Bowles's X-Factor Audition Revealed...At last! Now we can actually see Hamish's... ahem, Leo's best Britney Spears in action. He doesn't make it very far, but L.A. Reid says he "loves his swagger," and Paula would "love to hang out" with him. Guessing he kept the gold studded shoes anyway. {Vogue}

Hermès Makes Line of Saris for Indian Market: The fashion house is creating a line of limited edition saris inspired by its signature printed silk scarves, to be sold exclusively through its Mumbai store. The Indian high fashion market is considered one of the world's leading emerging forces, currently worth $2.2 billion, and Hermès is one of the few brands to tap into the women's market. {Telegraph}

Kate Moss is "Amazing With Gravy": Kate the Great claims she went through a serious cooking phase and boasts that she can "do a good roast with [her] eyes closed." Just wondering how much of this fab cooking she actually consumes?? {Telegraph}

Urban Outfitters Offends Again: You knew some would find the use of the world "Navajo" to sell mass-produced hipster clothing degrading or disrespectful, but did you know it was technically illegal?? Apparently the Navajo tribe has 12 trademarks on its nation's name - two of which specifically refer to clothing - and they already sent UO a cease and desist order months ago. Guess they'll be renaming that Navajo Print Fabric Wrapped Flask... {Jezebel}