Fashion News Roundup: Prince Harry In His Birthday Suit, Nike Stops Midnight Sneaker Releases, and UES Bans Brian Atwood Ad

It was only a matter of time...Prince Harry decided to play "strip billiards" (so that's a thing?) and someone had a phone with a camera (weird!) an
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It was only a matter of time...Prince Harry decided to play "strip billiards" (so that's a thing?) and someone had a phone with a camera (weird!) an
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It was only a matter of time...Prince Harry decided to play "strip billiards" (so that's a thing?) and someone had a phone with a camera (weird!) and took photos and sold them to TMZ (even weirder right!?) probably for buckets of money. So yeah, crown jewels this way if you haven't seen 'em already. {TMZ}

Giles Deacon calls Victoria Beckham "naughty" for tweeting a photo from her fitting for her Olympic Closing Ceremony dress. {Grazia UK}

Sorry Upper East Siders, but you will be deprived of the pleasure of passing this racy Brian Atwood ad every day. The building housing Brian Atwood's store on Madison Avenue banned it on "decency grounds." {Racked}

Nike has deemed midnight shoe releases "too dangerous" to continue having them. This is probably a huge relief for retailers, some of whom have had to call riot police at past releases. {HuffPo}

Axe strikes again with this bizarre and kind of offensive ad for haircare, featuring a disembodied pair of boobs. {Glamour}

In case you didn't feel lazy or unaccomplished today, here's some news sure to take care of that: FLOTUS Michelle Obama is up and at the gym by 4:30 most mornings. No biggie. {Daily Mail}

British Harper's Bazaar has tapped journalist and Coco Chanel biographer Justine Picardie to helm the glossy. {WWD}

If you're anything like us, you miss your weekly dose of Whitney Port from shows like The City and The Hills. Check in with Whit and get a peek into her home as she preps for NYFW. {Refinery29}