Jean Paul Gaultier Debuts Kid Couture, Armani Outfits Team Italy, and Ellen DeGeneres Shows Off Her (Fake) Boobs

Aren't you itching to dress your little bundle of joy in a $1,200 tulle dress? Jean Paul Gaultier debuted a kiddie couture line for spring 2014, inspired by his couture pieces for adults. {Daily Mail} The Italian National Olympics Committee announces it will continue its partnership with Giorgio Armani, who dressed the Italian team at the London 2012 games. Not to be overly patriotic, but Ralph Lauren for Team USA is much cuter. {WWD} If you can afford a Louis Vuitton slip, Carine Roitfeld will show you seven ways to wear it! {CR Fashion Book}
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Aren't you itching to dress your little bundle of joy in a $1,200 tulle dress? Jean Paul Gaultier debuted a kiddie couture line for spring 2014, inspired by his couture pieces for adults. {Daily Mail} The Italian National Olympics Committee announces it will continue its partnership with Giorgio Armani, who dressed the Italian team at the London 2012 games. Not to be overly patriotic, but Ralph Lauren for Team USA is much cuter. {WWD} If you can afford a Louis Vuitton slip, Carine Roitfeld will show you seven ways to wear it! {CR Fashion Book}
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Aren't you itching to dress your little bundle of joy in a $1,200 tulle dress? Jean Paul Gaultier debuted a kiddie couture line for spring 2014, inspired by his couture pieces for adults. {Daily Mail}

The Italian National Olympics Committee announces it will continue its partnership with Giorgio Armani, who dressed the Italian team at the London 2012 games. Not to be overly patriotic, but Ralph Lauren for Team USA is much cuter. {WWD}

If you can afford a Louis Vuitton slip, Carine Roitfeld will show you seven ways to wear it! {CR Fashion Book}

Burberry CEO and designer Christopher Bailey received the Hall of Fame award at WGSN's Fashion Awards. But while Bailey's rise remains unhindered, Victoria Beckham, Raf Simons, and Christian Louboutin lost their titles to younger designers. {Telegraph}

Here's a sight you'll probably never see again: Ellen DeGeneres dressed as Nicki Minaj, sporting a long blonde wig and major faux under-boob. {US Weekly}

The CFDA is finally getting on board with eco-friendly, sustainable design. {NY Times}

Christina Ricci got married last weekend in a custom-made gown by Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci, which she uploaded to Twitter with the hashtag #iloveyouricky. Ugh, we love and long for you too, "Ricky." {Twitter}

Pamela Anderson got a pixie cut, and it looks fabulous. At 46, the Baywatch babe is finally all grown up. {HuffPo}