Fashion News Roundup: The Beckhams Are on the 'Rich List,' DIY Caviar Nail Fails, and Ab Fab's Patsy Fronts a New Marks & Spencer Campaign

The Beckhams Made it on to the Sunday Times 'Rich List': David and Victoria Beckham are... rich? You don't say! America's favorite British transplants ranked #10 in the Times' music (huh?) category, having amassed over $32 million this past year. {Vogue UK} Isabel Marant Knows What Time it is: The designer is selling a limited edition gold watch, which you can only get at her SoHo boutique. {The Cut} Want to Try a DIY Caviar Mani?: The folks over at SHEFinds attempt to recreate the now sold-out Ciaté caviar manicure with a host of materials like sugar sprinkles, seed beads, and actual caviar. {SHEFinds} What's Up With All the 'Curators' in Fashion?: These days, it seems every well-known blogger or media gadfly is curating something, but what does that really mean? Is 'curator' just a modern, fancy word for 'editor?' Vanessa Friedman explores this sudden phenomena. {Material World}
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The Beckhams Made it on to the Sunday Times 'Rich List': David and Victoria Beckham are... rich? You don't say! America's favorite British transplants ranked #10 in the Times' music (huh?) category, having amassed over $32 million this past year. {Vogue UK} Isabel Marant Knows What Time it is: The designer is selling a limited edition gold watch, which you can only get at her SoHo boutique. {The Cut} Want to Try a DIY Caviar Mani?: The folks over at SHEFinds attempt to recreate the now sold-out Ciaté caviar manicure with a host of materials like sugar sprinkles, seed beads, and actual caviar. {SHEFinds} What's Up With All the 'Curators' in Fashion?: These days, it seems every well-known blogger or media gadfly is curating something, but what does that really mean? Is 'curator' just a modern, fancy word for 'editor?' Vanessa Friedman explores this sudden phenomena. {Material World}
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The Beckhams Made it on to the Sunday Times 'Rich List': David and Victoria Beckham are... rich? You don't say! America's favorite British transplants ranked #10 in the Times' music (huh?) category, having amassed over $32 million this past year. {Vogue UK}

Isabel Marant Knows What Time it is: The designer is selling a limited edition gold watch, which you can only get at her SoHo boutique. {The Cut}

Want to Try a DIY Caviar Mani?: The folks over at SHEFinds attempt to recreate the now sold-out Ciaté caviar manicure with a host of materials like sugar sprinkles, seed beads, and actual caviar. {SHEFinds}

What's Up With All the 'Curators' in Fashion?: These days, it seems every well-known blogger or media gadfly is curating something, but what does that really mean? Is 'curator' just a modern, fancy word for 'editor?' Vanessa Friedman explores this sudden phenomena. {Material World}

Why are Designer Accessories so Darn Expensive These Days?: Remember the days when Manolo Blahnik's were deemed über expensive at $400? These days, you'd call that a steal for some designer shoes! How did the prices for designer shoes and bags get so exorbitant, and when will it stop? Refinery 29 investigates. {Refinery 29}

Tracy Reese's Anthropologie Capsule Launches Today: The designer's Anthropologie range might be at the same price points as her main collection, but that doesn't make us covet the neon green and turquoise eyelet overlay dress any less. {Fashionologie}

Is A Simon Doonan Movie in the Works?: We really hope so. The former Barneys creative director told Exposed Zippers; "Confessions of a Window Dresser has been doing the rounds since it came out in 1998. Hopefully it will happen before my teeth are sitting in a mug next to my bed." {Exposed Zippers}

AbFab's Joanna Lumley Fronts Marks & Spencer 'Shwopping' Campaign: To help encourage people to stop throwing their lightly worn clothes in the trash, Marks & Spencer launched a "Shwopping" clothese recyclinginitiative, and Patsy Stone (actress Joanna Lumley) is the spokeswoman. The actress told the Telegraph, "I think young people have been encouraged to buy something, wear it for months and throw it out, particularly if they're not very good at […] mending things. I donate a lot of my clothes to charity because I hate throwing things in the dustbin. It doesn't seem right to me. Hopefully, we will roll up to M&S with something we don't want anymore." {Telegraph}