Fashion News Roundup: Christian Louboutin Designs for Topless Dancers, Kim Kardashian Replaced by a Dog and Blue Ivy Carter Has a Swarovski Crystal Highchair

Louboutin Making Shoes for Paris Cabaret: Is this what Christian Louboutin was referring to when he said his shoes bring on an "orgasmic situation?" The French footwear designer is set to release a collaboration with Parisian cabaret Crazy Horse, which is well-known for its topless dancers. Wonder if he'll be making matching nipple tassels... {WWD} Skechers Replaces Kim Kardashian with a Dog: We would never have guessed that Kardashian overxposure had reached the beer commercial-loving Superbowl crowd. Skechers has announced that the star of its newest sneaker commercials will be none other than... a cute and cuddly French bulldog. Sorry Kim, looks like this bitch has got the last laugh. Or woof. {People} Annabel Tollman Personifies Underwear in Calvin Klein Webisodes: Calvin Klein Underwear has teamed up with the stylist on a series of webisodes for its new "Naked Glamour" campaign. The three roughly-minute and a half long spots feature Tollman dressing models for a shoot, describing each bra style as the foundation of a character's look: Confident, Sexy, and Strong. Tollman says she "wanted to encapsulate that moment of self-creation that we all go through [when getting dressed]" - seems like a lot of pressure for a bra! {WWD}
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Louboutin Making Shoes for Paris Cabaret: Is this what Christian Louboutin was referring to when he said his shoes bring on an "orgasmic situation?" The French footwear designer is set to release a collaboration with Parisian cabaret Crazy Horse, which is well-known for its topless dancers. Wonder if he'll be making matching nipple tassels... {WWD} Skechers Replaces Kim Kardashian with a Dog: We would never have guessed that Kardashian overxposure had reached the beer commercial-loving Superbowl crowd. Skechers has announced that the star of its newest sneaker commercials will be none other than... a cute and cuddly French bulldog. Sorry Kim, looks like this bitch has got the last laugh. Or woof. {People} Annabel Tollman Personifies Underwear in Calvin Klein Webisodes: Calvin Klein Underwear has teamed up with the stylist on a series of webisodes for its new "Naked Glamour" campaign. The three roughly-minute and a half long spots feature Tollman dressing models for a shoot, describing each bra style as the foundation of a character's look: Confident, Sexy, and Strong. Tollman says she "wanted to encapsulate that moment of self-creation that we all go through [when getting dressed]" - seems like a lot of pressure for a bra! {WWD}
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Louboutin Making Shoes for Paris Cabaret: Is this what Christian Louboutin was referring to when he said his shoes bring on an "orgasmic situation?" The French footwear designer is set to release a collaboration with Parisian cabaret Crazy Horse, which is well-known for its topless dancers. Wonder if he'll be making matching nipple tassels... {WWD}

Skechers Replaces Kim Kardashian with a Dog: We would never have guessed that Kardashian overxposure had reached the beer commercial-loving Superbowl crowd. Skechers has announced that the star of its newest sneaker commercials will be none other than... a cute and cuddly French bulldog. Sorry Kim, looks like this bitch has got the last laugh. Or woof. {People}

Annabel Tollman Personifies Underwear in Calvin Klein Webisodes: Calvin Klein Underwear has teamed up with the stylist on a series of webisodes for its new "Naked Glamour" campaign. The three roughly-minute and a half long spots feature Tollman dressing models for a shoot, describing each bra style as the foundation of a character's look: Confident, Sexy, and Strong. Tollman says she "wanted to encapsulate that moment of self-creation that we all go through [when getting dressed]" - seems like a lot of pressure for a bra! {WWD}

Katy Perry Launching Fake Eyelashes: While other singer-turned-beauty moguls are in legal limbo over their unnaturally luscious lashes, KP is embracing it with her own line of falsies. Her collection for Eylure will be available at Ulta stores in time for Valentine's Day--just don't go batting your Kitty Purry-fied lids at any Russel Brand types. {Fashion Etc}

Noel Gallagher's Extremely Young Daughter is Modeling: The ex-Oasis star's daughter Anais is one of the newest faces to be signed under Select Model Management (which also represents Aggy Deyn and Natasha Poly). The celeb-kin-as-models trend is nothing new, but here's the kicker - Anais is only 11 years old. There's no denying this pre, pre-teen is gorgeous, but here's hoping no Thylane-esque controversy comes from this little girl's new career. {Telegraph}

Baby Bling for Blue Ivy: Baby Blue doesn't even know her own name yet, but the rest of the world is sure saying a lot about her. The latest reports say that new parents Beysus and Jay have already spent upwards of $1.5M on Lil' B, including the purchase of a $15,000 highchair covered in Swarovski crystals. I'm just praying those crystals are glued on there well, since small parts are choking hazards for babies. {NY Mag}

Vintage Louis Vuitton Nail Polish, Yours for Only $595! Racked found some seriously ancient Louis Vuitton nail polish selling (or maybe not...) online for $595. God willing the site offers free shipping and a good return policy, because those lacquers are most likely no longer in liquid form. {Racked}

Yay, It's Awards Show Season! Which means seeing A-list celebs in lots of pretty dresses all the time. Check out some of the best dressed starlets in their cocktail-finest at Forevermark and InStyle's kick-off soiree last night in La La Land. {FabSugar}

UK Design of the Year Nominees Announced: Alexander McQueen is double-nominated for Sarah Burton's Royal Wedding dress and the 'Savage Beauty' retrospective exhibit at the Met Museum. Other nods for the 5th Annual Brit-based awards go to Phoebe Philo of Céline, Mary Katrantzou, and Vivienne Westwood. Winners will be announced April 24 in London. {Telegraph}