Fashion News Roundup: J.Lo's Stylist Denies a Nip Slip, Katy Perry Looks Hot on Interview, and Topshop Opens on the West Coast

Jennifer Lopez and the Nip Slip That Wasn't: Despite Twitter buzz to the contrary, Jennifer Lopez's stylist Mariel Haenn insists that a nip slip Sunday night just wasn't possible for J. Lo. "While the dress did give the illusion of sheer-ness, joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something!" scoffs the stylist, adding that the gown had "special cups" to prevent any slips. {People} Grading the Men: As it turns out, the men didn't get very high accolades at last night's red carpet. Many committed tuxedo sins, like pants that were too long (George Clooney) or a business-like tie with a formal jacket (Antonio Banderas). Passing grades were given to presenters Tom Hanks and Christian Bale. {NYT} Katy Perry Covers Interview: Proving that the best revenge is living well (and looking HOT), Katy Perry channels her inner siren on the upcoming cover of Interview. It's definitely different than we're used to seeing Perry - more sexy and less saccharine. We can't wait for the full spread! {ONTD}
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Jennifer Lopez and the Nip Slip That Wasn't: Despite Twitter buzz to the contrary, Jennifer Lopez's stylist Mariel Haenn insists that a nip slip Sunday night just wasn't possible for J. Lo. "While the dress did give the illusion of sheer-ness, joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something!" scoffs the stylist, adding that the gown had "special cups" to prevent any slips. {People} Grading the Men: As it turns out, the men didn't get very high accolades at last night's red carpet. Many committed tuxedo sins, like pants that were too long (George Clooney) or a business-like tie with a formal jacket (Antonio Banderas). Passing grades were given to presenters Tom Hanks and Christian Bale. {NYT} Katy Perry Covers Interview: Proving that the best revenge is living well (and looking HOT), Katy Perry channels her inner siren on the upcoming cover of Interview. It's definitely different than we're used to seeing Perry - more sexy and less saccharine. We can't wait for the full spread! {ONTD}
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Jennifer Lopez and the Nip Slip That Wasn't: Despite Twitter buzz to the contrary, Jennifer Lopez's stylist Mariel Haenn insists that a nip slip Sunday night just wasn't possible for J. Lo. "While the dress did give the illusion of sheer-ness, joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something!" scoffs the stylist, adding that the gown had "special cups" to prevent any slips. {People}

Grading the Men: As it turns out, the men didn't get very high accolades at last night's red carpet. Many committed tuxedo sins, like pants that were too long (George Clooney) or a business-like tie with a formal jacket (Antonio Banderas). Passing grades were given to presenters Tom Hanks and Christian Bale. {NYT}

Katy Perry Covers Interview: Proving that the best revenge is living well (and looking HOT), Katy Perry channels her inner siren on the upcoming cover of Interview. It's definitely different than we're used to seeing Perry - more sexy and less saccharine. We can't wait for the full spread! {ONTD}

The Dictator Makes His Red Carpet Appearance: If you weren't watching E!'s red carpet coverage last night, you missed one of the best moments of the evening. Sascha Baron Cohen, as his new character "The Dictator," was being interviewed by one Ryan Seacrest; wearing "John Galliano," he dumped Kim Jong Il's "ashes" down the front of Seacrest's tux before being escorted off the red carpet. Seacrest tried to appear good natured about it, positing that the powder was actually pancake mix, but no word on how his Burberry suit fared. {Styleite}

Madonna's Baggage: Her film W.E. might not have grabbed any major awards last night, but attendees of Madonna's Oscar bash didn't go home empty handed. A Gucci artisan from Florence was on site with his tools to hand-emboss Gucci luggage for each "special" party-goer. Sure beats that beer koozie you got at your college roommate's wedding. {NYPost}

Topshop Goes West: Topshop is launching in Las Vegas next month, and Sir Philip Green just announced that Los Angeles will be the next city to welcome the British retailer. They have taken over a 25,000 square foot space at The Grove formerly occupied by Banana Republic. As The Grove is one of the nation's top retail spots, averaging about $1,400 in annual sales per square foot, Topshop is hoping to score big numbers in L.A. West Coasters will be able to get their fix February 2013. {WWD, subscription required}

Dannijo to Sell "Jewelry for Your Feet": Dannijo cofounder Danielle Snyder and her sister Jodie Snyder are launching a line of shoes with footwear brand Matt Bernson. There will be a total of five styles, from $238 to $420, and they will be sold through mattbernson.com, shopbop.com and dannijo.com this August. {WWD, subscription required}