Fashion News Roundup: Whitney Port Wants Charity, Gwyneth Paltrow Inspired Hugo Boss, and Aggy Deyn Stars in Doc Martens Film

Whitney Port, author/fashion designer/reality star, is looking for a little help from the internet to pay for her show at fashion week. Donating to he
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Whitney Port, author/fashion designer/reality star, is looking for a little help from the internet to pay for her show at fashion week. Donating to he
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Whitney Port, author/fashion designer/reality star, is looking for a little help from the internet to pay for her show at fashion week. Donating to her includes some interesting rewards like 'thank you' tweets. The only problem--well besides the fact that a fashion show ain't no charity? Whitney Port is supposedly already rich off the $20,000 per episode she made from her time on MTV. Interesting. {Jezebel}

The girls formerly behind the label Sigerson Morrison reveal what really happened in the messy debacle that lead to the loss of their namesake company to mega-corporation Marc Fisher. It's juicy. {The New York Times}

Not everyone is happy about the newly launched Victoria's Secret store on Bond St. in London. Located next to Olympic park, the American staple is said to be distracting and 'raunchy' to the average passerby. {HuffPo} Newlywed model Agyness Deyn stars in a short film for Doc Martens featuring her debut collection for the brand. Not going to lie, it's a little weird and creepy. {Telegraph UK}

Here is a slideshow that reminds us why models are people too: they fall asleep at fashion shows. Of course, they still look absolutely amazing when they are about to pass out with curling irons attached to their heads. {Complex}

Hugo Boss has launched a new fragrance, Boss Nuit Pour Femme, with Gwyneth Paltrow in mind. {WWD}

Spanx have apparently become a trend among teenage girls who *gasp* want to look good?! Here's the catch: they are designed for older women and could be causing some health issues. {HuffPo}

Lacoste joins the ranks as one of six brands to reach ten million 'likes' on Facebook...and we thought we were popular. {WWD}

Francois Nars has declared that skincare is even more important than make-up, so the launch of his skincare line comes at an appropriate time. You can find it exclusively at Saks. {SheFinds}