Fashion News Roundup: The Kardashians Get Glam for Their Sears Lingerie Line, Karl Lagerfeld's NYC Apartment Is for Sale Again, and Uniqlo's Tokyo Store Gets Americanized

Kardashians Pose Kasually in Lingerie Ad: Here's the first campaign image from the K-Klan's Intimates kollection at Sears, featuring Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney doing their best sexy-faces in an elaborate doorway wearing stilettos, thigh highs, and not much else -- unless you're counting the liters of hairspray, fake tan, and frosted lipstick that also went into the styling. Those Kardashians... they just keep getting klassier. {E! Online} Ted Baker Luring Customers in With Instagram: This Saturday (3/17), customers of the UK label will be treated to in-store photobooth portraits courtesy of Instagram-- which will then be forwarded to human artists who will reinterpret the pics that inspire them most. The promotion is further proof that everything looks better as an Instagram, and will hopefully inspire someone to create glasses that allow one to view life in Valencia. Valencia's my filter. {Mashable} Karl Lagerfeld's NYC Apartment is Still For Sale, Has Creepy Mannequin: The Kaiser's Gramercy Park pad is still for sale at $5.2 million-- which may sound a bit steep, until you've seen these shots of the gorgeous (and enormous, by Manhattan standards) interior. Though it's been widely assumed that he has never actually resided in this most spacious of spaces, it's really fun to think about Karl going to sleep with a creepy, giant, headless mannequin form watching over him. {Curbed}
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Kardashians Pose Kasually in Lingerie Ad: Here's the first campaign image from the K-Klan's Intimates kollection at Sears, featuring Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney doing their best sexy-faces in an elaborate doorway wearing stilettos, thigh highs, and not much else -- unless you're counting the liters of hairspray, fake tan, and frosted lipstick that also went into the styling. Those Kardashians... they just keep getting klassier. {E! Online} Ted Baker Luring Customers in With Instagram: This Saturday (3/17), customers of the UK label will be treated to in-store photobooth portraits courtesy of Instagram-- which will then be forwarded to human artists who will reinterpret the pics that inspire them most. The promotion is further proof that everything looks better as an Instagram, and will hopefully inspire someone to create glasses that allow one to view life in Valencia. Valencia's my filter. {Mashable} Karl Lagerfeld's NYC Apartment is Still For Sale, Has Creepy Mannequin: The Kaiser's Gramercy Park pad is still for sale at $5.2 million-- which may sound a bit steep, until you've seen these shots of the gorgeous (and enormous, by Manhattan standards) interior. Though it's been widely assumed that he has never actually resided in this most spacious of spaces, it's really fun to think about Karl going to sleep with a creepy, giant, headless mannequin form watching over him. {Curbed}
Photo: Sears

Photo: Sears

Kardashians Pose Kasually in Lingerie Ad: Here's the first campaign image from the K-Klan's Intimates kollection at Sears, featuring Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney doing their best sexy-faces in an elaborate doorway wearing stilettos, thigh highs, and not much else -- unless you're counting the liters of hairspray, fake tan, and frosted lipstick that also went into the styling. Those Kardashians... they just keep getting klassier. {E! Online}

Ted Baker Luring Customers in With Instagram: This Saturday (3/17), customers of the UK label will be treated to in-store photobooth portraits courtesy of Instagram-- which will then be forwarded to human artists who will reinterpret the pics that inspire them most. The promotion is further proof that everything looks better as an Instagram, and will hopefully inspire someone to create glasses that allow one to view life in Valencia. Valencia's my filter. {Mashable}

Karl Lagerfeld's NYC Apartment is Still For Sale, Has Creepy Mannequin: The Kaiser's Gramercy Park pad is still for sale at $5.2 million-- which may sound a bit steep, until you've seen these shots of the gorgeous (and enormous, by Manhattan standards) interior. Though it's been widely assumed that he has never actually resided in this most spacious of spaces, it's really fun to think about Karl going to sleep with a creepy, giant, headless mannequin form watching over him. {Curbed}

The Creator of Capris Dies: Gloria Sachs, the designer credited for bringing capri pants to the US, died on Monday at age 85. While her pants were short, her resume was not: Sachs was also a painter, model, and sculptor who owned a knitting mill in Ireland and received an honorary Ph.D. from Skidmore. {WWD}

Makeup Musical Coming to Broadway: A Broadway musical is in the works about the famous rivalry between beauty industry queens Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, based off the biographical book War Paint by Lindy Woodhead. The juicy read is sure to make an amazing transition to the stage--you just can't make this stuff up! Make... up... get it? {Telegraph}

Uniqlo's Tokyo Flagship is Turning American: In an effort to rebrand its image in its home country of Japan, Uniqlo's new Tokyo flagship store will actually resemble its Fifth Ave spot. Opening next week in Tokyo's Ginza district, the new location will even include English-speaking employees-- who we hope, for the sake of shoppers, are also fluent in Japanese. {NY Mag}

Get Hunger Games Hair: The Hunger Games comes out next week (finally!), which still leaves you with plenty of time to plan your hairstyle for the movie theater. Check out these styles as worn by the movie's stars at the premiere for inspiration-- You might not have a red carpet, but you'll definitely be waiting in line for a long time at the ticket booth! {FabSugar}