Fashion News Roundup: Lily Aldridge Tweets First Photo of Baby Dixie Pearl, Miranda Kerr Films Japanese Ad, and Nicki Minaj Dishes on Pink Friday Perfume

Lily Aldridge tweeted this adorable photo of her daughter (and probably future supermodel musician) Dixie Pearl being held in the air by poppa (and Ki
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Lily Aldridge tweeted this adorable photo of her daughter (and probably future supermodel musician) Dixie Pearl being held in the air by poppa (and Ki
Photo: Lily Aldridge

Photo: Lily Aldridge

Lily Aldridge tweeted this adorable photo of her daughter (and probably future supermodel musician) Dixie Pearl being held in the air by poppa (and Kings of Leon frontman) Caleb Followill. Awwwww. {US Weekly}

Good news: Michael Phelps gets to keep that Louis Vuitton ad that, er, doesn't officially exist yet as well as all his gold medals, despite the fact that the LV campaign leaked early, potentially putting Phelps in violation of International Olympic Committee's rules. Phew. {The Cut}

Dear Celebrities: if you do a hilariously weird ad overseas, the Internet will find it (it's not really that hard anymore, guys). Today's discovery? Miranda Kerr shilling Liptons Limone ice tea in Japan - while wearing a yellow Santa suit. {HuffPo}

In all the kerfuffle over Lady Gaga's first perfume, we've totally neglected the fact that Nicki Minaj has her own second scent coming out, called "Pink Friday." The bottle is shaped like Minaj's head, and Minaj says it smells "like angels playing." {ONTD}

For the first time, L'Wren Scott will show at Paris fashion week instead of NYFW, which isn't exactly a surprise given she lives there with boyfriend Mick Jagger. {Vogue UK}

Rich Tong, formerly the Fashion Director at Tumblr, has a mysterious new start-up called Fohr Card. {Observer}

For pre-spring 2013, Nicholas Kirkwood has designed a staggering 106 pairs of shoes. It might take you a while, but check them all out (and start planning your budget!). {Refinery29}

Fashion week is just a few shorts weeks away, and FabSugar wants to prime you with their retrospectives of some of the industry's biggest designers. Up first: Michael Kors. {FabSugar}