Fashion News Roundup: Kate Middleton Wore a Coat Dress from an Out-of-Business Brand, Andrej Pejic Models a Bandage Bathing Suit, and Liv Tyler Will Sing INXS for Givenchy

Sex and the City Perfume Exists: And it is the fragrance most confiscated by customs officers. Of 138 commercial perfume shipments the Customs and Border Protection's Intellectual Property Rights “National Targeting and Analysis Group” monitored in Los Angeles, 52 were busted for the phony SATC scent. Who knew? {WWD subscription required} Andrej Pejic Was on a Roof in New York: The gorgeous model was spotted shooting with photographer Sebastien Micke for an unknown project. One of the outfits is a very skimpy bandage-style bathing suit. So stunning that it makes us want to stop complaining about having small boobs. {Telegraph UK} Liv Tyler to Sing INXS Song for Givenchy: The actress will do a sultry rendition of '80s rock band INXS's "Need You Tonight," for the launch of the Very Irrésistible Givenchy Electric Rose fragrance. {WWD subscription required}
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Sex and the City Perfume Exists: And it is the fragrance most confiscated by customs officers. Of 138 commercial perfume shipments the Customs and Border Protection's Intellectual Property Rights “National Targeting and Analysis Group” monitored in Los Angeles, 52 were busted for the phony SATC scent. Who knew? {WWD subscription required} Andrej Pejic Was on a Roof in New York: The gorgeous model was spotted shooting with photographer Sebastien Micke for an unknown project. One of the outfits is a very skimpy bandage-style bathing suit. So stunning that it makes us want to stop complaining about having small boobs. {Telegraph UK} Liv Tyler to Sing INXS Song for Givenchy: The actress will do a sultry rendition of '80s rock band INXS's "Need You Tonight," for the launch of the Very Irrésistible Givenchy Electric Rose fragrance. {WWD subscription required}
Photo: Telegraph

Photo: Telegraph

Sex and the City Perfume Exists: And it is the fragrance most confiscated by customs officers. Of 138 commercial perfume shipments the Customs and Border Protection's Intellectual Property Rights “National Targeting and Analysis Group” monitored in Los Angeles, 52 were busted for the phony SATC scent. Who knew? {WWD subscription required}

Andrej Pejic Was on a Roof in New York: The gorgeous model was spotted shooting with photographer Sebastien Micke for an unknown project. One of the outfits is a very skimpy bandage-style bathing suit. So stunning that it makes us want to stop complaining about having small boobs. {Telegraph UK}

Liv Tyler to Sing INXS Song for Givenchy: The actress will do a sultry rendition of '80s rock band INXS's "Need You Tonight," for the launch of the Very Irrésistible Givenchy Electric Rose fragrance. {WWD subscription required}

Rebecca Minkoff Launches Digital Campaign: The ads, already up on the Rebecca Minkoff website, feature Agyness Deyn, whom the designer hails as a "modern-day muse." {WWD subscription required}

Behnaz Sarafpour to Introduce Daytime Dress Collection: Answering the cries of her customers, Benhaz Sarafpour is releasing a (relatively) more affordable line of day dresses. The collection consists of eight different silhouettes, each offered in three colorways. Price points range from $400 to $700, which still sounds like a lot for a day dress to us. {WWD subscription required}

Kate Middleton Wore a Coat Dress from a Now-Defunct Brand: The Duchess stepped out (sans hubby) in a gray coat dress by high street designer Jesire, which no longer exists. She must have really shopped her closet for that one. {Grazia}

Karolina Kurkova Opens Up About her Thyroid Problems:The supermodel described her affliction, saying, "I was 24 and going through menopause - that was one of my side-effects, I thought I was going crazy. I was having panic attacks every minute and I didn't know what was happening, because I've been a healthy person." Terrible! We're glad she's feeling better. {Vogue UK}

Abercrombie & Fitch, Victoria's Secret Are America's Most Popular Stores: It could be washboard abs of the shirtless in-store male models, or the floor-to-ceiling images of Adrianna Lima's boobs perched in a "Very Sexy" bra, but the two stores are ranked first and second on the Customer Loyalty Engagement Index. The retailers boast a stellar shopping experience, store reputation, merchandise assortments and good value. {WWD subscription required}

Why is Fashion Language Peppered With so Many Meaningless Phrases?: In the fashion world, words like "drecktitude" somehow make sense, but how exactly, do made-up words and random phrases like "I die" actually describe a garment? Amy Odell explores why fashion folk use so many colorful (mostly nonsensical) phrases to describe their feelings about clothes. It's certainly a mayjah read. {The Cut}