Kate Moss Gets Vajazzled, J.Crew Is Even Pricier Abroad, and Taylor Swift Takes Selfies with Carly Simon

Um--let's file this rhinestone "leotard" (and matching pasties) under "Things Only Kate Moss Can Wear"--on the cover of Esquire UK, no less. {Esquire UK} If you think J.Crew is a little bit pricey here in America, be glad you don't live in the UK! Trendy Brits realized the retailer's prices were marked up a whopping 40% across the pond. {The Sunday Times} Katy Perry graces Elle UK's September issue cover in a super-cute Glen plaid Dolce & Gabbana getup. {Elle UK} Prada's wacky and quirky Autumn/Winter campaign film features 3-D models navigating a suspicious, 2-D domestic universe. {Wonderland Magazine}
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Um--let's file this rhinestone "leotard" (and matching pasties) under "Things Only Kate Moss Can Wear"--on the cover of Esquire UK, no less. {Esquire UK} If you think J.Crew is a little bit pricey here in America, be glad you don't live in the UK! Trendy Brits realized the retailer's prices were marked up a whopping 40% across the pond. {The Sunday Times} Katy Perry graces Elle UK's September issue cover in a super-cute Glen plaid Dolce & Gabbana getup. {Elle UK} Prada's wacky and quirky Autumn/Winter campaign film features 3-D models navigating a suspicious, 2-D domestic universe. {Wonderland Magazine}
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Um--let's file this rhinestone "leotard" (and matching pasties) under "Things Only Kate Moss Can Wear"--on the cover of Esquire UK, no less. {Esquire UK}

If you think J.Crew is a little bit pricey here in America, be glad you don't live in the UK! Trendy Brits realized the retailer's prices were marked up a whopping 40% across the pond. {The Sunday Times}

Katy Perry graces Elle UK's September issue cover in a super-cute Glen plaid Dolce & Gabbana getup. {Elle UK}

Prada's wacky and quirky Autumn/Winter campaign film features 3-D models navigating a suspicious, 2-D domestic universe. {Wonderland Magazine}

The Cut hilariously attempts Madonna's insane "macrobiotic" diet, which includes making a tofu cheese and letting it rot three days before eating. No thank you! {The Cut}

Check out Alexander Wang's vision for Balenciaga's new Le Dix bag in CR Fashion Book's latest "Anatomy of a Bag" installment. Le Dix's structured look is a wide departure from the brand's classic motorcycle bag, and we think it's moving in a refreshing new direction. {CR Fashion Book}

Dorothy Taylor Swift is "So Vain" in these selfies with Carly Simon. {SugarScape}

It's not just traditional college that can put you in crippling debt--these scammy beauty schools cost a fortune and don't even help their students pass the licensing exam (aka the main reason you even go to beauty school). {New York Times}

Those obnoxious and sneaky in-stream ads you see on Facebook and Twitter are now popping up on fashion app Pose. How wonderful. {Mashable}

The Spanx Denim Collection is here--and yeah, you will look like you're wearing control-top jeggings. Sorry. {SHEfinds}

Christina Aguilera keeps losing weight and is almost back to her "Dirrty"-era bod! But when you get there, Xtina, please make sure you don't resurrect your outfits from that era. {Us Weekly}

What do you get when you cross an ice cream truck with a flagship store? Henry Holland's new House of Holland "roving flagship"! (Also, isn't it so cute how Brits say "ice cream vans"? Yes. Yes it is.) {Business of Fashion}

In a case of life imitating art, 40 million euros of jewelry was stolen at The Carlton Hotel in Cannes--which is where Alfred Hitchcock filmed To Catch A Thief, a movie about (you guessed it!) a jewel thief. {BBC}

Isn't this lawsuit like 12 years too late? Thomas Pink is accusing Victoria's Secret of copyright infringement over its Pink line. {Telegraph}

Nina Dobrev stepped out in a toned-down Versus Versace redux of that iconic Versace safety-pin dress immortalized by Elizabeth Hurley. {NYLON Blogs}

In possibly the mag's first newsworthy move ever, Redbook will put Kristen Bell on its cover WITH BABY WEIGHT still attached to her body. Imagine, a magazine accepting the ups and downs of the normal course of human life! {HuffPo}