Fashion News Roundup: Rihanna Possibly Planning a Clothing Line, Donald Trump Hopes his Fragrance is a "Success", and Grace Coddington's Memoir Not Gossipy

Rihanna Wants Her Own Fashion Line: Is Rihanna headed to rih-tail? The stylish singer told Ryan Seacrest that, following the success of her Armani capsule collection, she's considering designing her own line and is working with designers and companies that she respects. While Rih has always been big on collaborating with other artists, we're hoping she steers clear of one in particular for this project... coughKanyecough. {MTV Style} Donald Trump Wants You to Smell Like (His) Success: Former Presidential hopeful The Donald has announced his latest run for your money: Success by Trump, the follow up to 2004's Donald Trump the Fragrance. First of all, WTF? Donald Trump had a fragrance before this? Secondly, shouldn't he be hawking some miraculously stiffening hairspray instead? {WWD} CFDA and eBay Say You Can't Fake Fashion: The CFDA and eBay have once again joined forces to fight evil-- aka, designer counterfeits. Seventy-five iconic designers, including DVF, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren, have created customized tote bags emblazoned with the effort's slogan, "You Can't Fake Fashion," which will be available for purchase March 20. {She Finds}
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Rihanna Wants Her Own Fashion Line: Is Rihanna headed to rih-tail? The stylish singer told Ryan Seacrest that, following the success of her Armani capsule collection, she's considering designing her own line and is working with designers and companies that she respects. While Rih has always been big on collaborating with other artists, we're hoping she steers clear of one in particular for this project... coughKanyecough. {MTV Style} Donald Trump Wants You to Smell Like (His) Success: Former Presidential hopeful The Donald has announced his latest run for your money: Success by Trump, the follow up to 2004's Donald Trump the Fragrance. First of all, WTF? Donald Trump had a fragrance before this? Secondly, shouldn't he be hawking some miraculously stiffening hairspray instead? {WWD} CFDA and eBay Say You Can't Fake Fashion: The CFDA and eBay have once again joined forces to fight evil-- aka, designer counterfeits. Seventy-five iconic designers, including DVF, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren, have created customized tote bags emblazoned with the effort's slogan, "You Can't Fake Fashion," which will be available for purchase March 20. {She Finds}
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Rihanna Wants Her Own Fashion Line: Is Rihanna headed to rih-tail? The stylish singer told Ryan Seacrest that, following the success of her Armani capsule collection, she's considering designing her own line and is working with designers and companies that she respects. While Rih has always been big on collaborating with other artists, we're hoping she steers clear of one in particular for this project... coughKanyecough. {MTV Style}

Donald Trump Wants You to Smell Like (His) Success: Former Presidential hopeful The Donald has announced his latest run for your money: Success by Trump, the follow up to 2004's Donald Trump the Fragrance. First of all, WTF? Donald Trump had a fragrance before this? Secondly, shouldn't he be hawking some miraculously stiffening hairspray instead? {WWD}

CFDA and eBay Say You Can't Fake Fashion: The CFDA and eBay have once again joined forces to fight evil-- aka, designer counterfeits. Seventy-five iconic designers, including DVF, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren, have created customized tote bags emblazoned with the effort's slogan, "You Can't Fake Fashion," which will be available for purchase March 20. {She Finds}

Guests Get Glasses at Brad Goreski's Party: Kate Spade hosted a dinner for its executive stylist and certified cutie-pie Brad Goreski last night in LA, and, in addition to receiving Kate Spade goody bags, all the guests (including Jessica Alba, Mandy Moore, and Minka Kelly) got adorbs little stick props of Brad's signature specs. And it was spec-tacular and spec-ial (sorry we couldn't resist.) Though, of course, no one could quite compete with the real Brad's hot pink suit. {Racked}

Grace Coddington's Memoir Isn't Gossipy: Ginger goddess Grace's memoir, which was sold to Random House for $1.2 mil and hits shelves in November, will be more of a "record" than a tell-all. According to Ms. Coddington, her book won't have secret stories and is "not gossipy." Basically meaning, no dirt on Anna. To which we say (in our best Stephanie Tanner voice), "Puh-lease." {NY Mag}

Karl Lagerfeld Unveils Karl.com: Ever wondered who is Karl Lagerfeld's favorite optician? Or where Lord Chanel buys his paper? Or how about what he thinks of to-do lists? The answer to the latter: “If someone gives me a to-do list, I say ‘Thank you, this is nice.’ One needs things to throw in the wastebasket.” Brilliant. You can find all these gems and more (plus browse look books and shop online) at the Kaiser's latest e-deavor, Karl.com, which recently went live and is slated to expand further in the near future. {WWD}

Alessanda Ambrosio Planning Post-Natal Comeback Already: The Victoria's Secret Angel isn't even due for another two months, but she's already got several post-pregnancy gigs lined up-- including the opening of the new VS store in London, happening in July. Which means she'll have approximately six weeks to snap back into lingerie model-form, while simultaneously caring for a newborn. Just another reason (ok, maybe the only reason) we're glad we aren't professional models. {NY Mag}

Cropped Pants Are Cropping Up: Thanks to day-light savings, the days are finally getting longer-- but that doesn't mean your pants should! Check out some of spring's best cropped pants, and let your ankles see the lovely light of day. {FabSugar}