Fashion News Roundup: The Obama Campaign's Knock-Off Bag, Anna Dello Russo Shills Fake Face Cream in W, and Taylor Tomasi-Hill Models

W's Fake Ads by Steven Meisel: In the mags latest issue, Style Director Edward Enninful created a series of fake ads starring Linda Evangelista, Karen Elson, Joan Rivers, ADR and even Toddlers & Tiaras' Eden Wood modeling various fake clothing and beauty lines. All the edginess, none of the advertising censorship. It's so good. {W} Taylor Tomasi-Hill Models for Block Magazine: The flame-haired Marie Claire editor finally gets a chance to shine somewhere other than street style blogs, showing off the best of the fall collections in a really gorgeous (and lengthy!) spread. {Fashion Gone Rogue} A Gold Sculpture of Kate Moss Doing Yoga Sold For $910,496: I mean, who wouldn't shell out nearly a million for an 18 karat gold Kate Moss looking like a pretzel? {Vogue UK} Watch: Behind-The-Scenes At Lanvin's Spring 2012 Show: Listen to Alber discuss his love of women and watch Karlie Kloss prep herself for the walk down the runway. Plus, up close looks at the ahmazing accessories. {FabSugar}
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W's Fake Ads by Steven Meisel: In the mags latest issue, Style Director Edward Enninful created a series of fake ads starring Linda Evangelista, Karen Elson, Joan Rivers, ADR and even Toddlers & Tiaras' Eden Wood modeling various fake clothing and beauty lines. All the edginess, none of the advertising censorship. It's so good. {W} Taylor Tomasi-Hill Models for Block Magazine: The flame-haired Marie Claire editor finally gets a chance to shine somewhere other than street style blogs, showing off the best of the fall collections in a really gorgeous (and lengthy!) spread. {Fashion Gone Rogue} A Gold Sculpture of Kate Moss Doing Yoga Sold For $910,496: I mean, who wouldn't shell out nearly a million for an 18 karat gold Kate Moss looking like a pretzel? {Vogue UK} Watch: Behind-The-Scenes At Lanvin's Spring 2012 Show: Listen to Alber discuss his love of women and watch Karlie Kloss prep herself for the walk down the runway. Plus, up close looks at the ahmazing accessories. {FabSugar}
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W's Fake Ads by Steven Meisel: In the mags latest issue, Style Director Edward Enninful created a series of fake ads starring Linda Evangelista, Karen Elson, Joan Rivers, ADR and even Toddlers & Tiaras' Eden Wood modeling various fake clothing and beauty lines. All the edginess, none of the advertising censorship. It's so good. {W}

Taylor Tomasi-Hill Models for Block Magazine: The flame-haired Marie Claire editor finally gets a chance to shine somewhere other than street style blogs, showing off the best of the fall collections in a really gorgeous (and lengthy!) spread. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

A Gold Sculpture of Kate Moss Doing Yoga Sold For $910,496: I mean, who wouldn't shell out nearly a million for an 18 karat gold Kate Moss looking like a pretzel? {Vogue UK}

Watch: Behind-The-Scenes At Lanvin's Spring 2012 Show: Listen to Alber discuss his love of women and watch Karlie Kloss prep herself for the walk down the runway. Plus, up close looks at the ahmazing accessories. {FabSugar} Isaac Mizrahi Launching Shoes, Bags and Jewelry: Xcel Brands, who recently acquired the Mizrahi brand (and will phase out ready-to-wear), announced the debut of shoe, bag and jewelry lines by the designer for fall 2012. Given his marketable name, they think this will be the anchor of the Mizrahi name and brand from now on. {WWD}

Gemma Ward's Role In The Great Gatsby Confirmed: She's going to play someone named Catherine, and it doesn't seem like she'll get much screen time. Sad face. {IMDB}

Ray Aghayan Dies at 83: R.I.P. to Bob Mackie's longtime partner, a Hollywood costume designer who dressed the likes of Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross. {WWD}

Obama Campaign Knocks Off Herve Chapelier Bag: It's pretty much an exact replica of the former-It-bag, only with an Obama 2012 logo slapped on the front. Wouldn't you think the President could afford a better creative team than this? {Huffington Post}

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo Started: The Japanese earthquake disrupted their fall shows, but spring 2012 is on as planned, so keep your eyes peeled for what's to come. {WWD}