Victoria Beckham to Open First Store, Inez Van Lamsweerde Does Nail Polish, Victoria's Secret's Breastfeeding Drama

Sadly for U.S. fans of Victoria Beckham, her first store will be in London.
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Sadly for U.S. fans of Victoria Beckham, her first store will be in London.
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Victoria Beckham is opening her first standalone store in London next fall. That's 7,000 square feet and three floors of Posh. {Telegraph}

Fashion photog Inez Van Lamsweerde teamed up with Deborah Lippmann to create a "Mad Men"-inspired nail polish in a pretty, cheery pink. Betty would approve. {The Cut}

Aggressive and difficult to wear, hues of "Radiant Orchid" cropped up everywhere on the spring runways. Here's what to do if you hate it. {She Finds}

Hannah Simone of "New Girl" has lit-from-within skin and ridiculously glossy hair. You can look sort of like her with this top bun how-to. {Nylon}

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West haven't picked a date for their wedding yet, but it will be this summer. Is it weird that we're more excited to see what he wears than what she does? {Us Weekly}

Add this to your "Dream Wedding" Pinterest board: six bridal trends for fall 2014. {FabSugar}

LVMH has named the expert panel to help decide the winner of its first LVMH Young Fashion Designer Prize. On the 40-person roster are Carine Roitfeld, Katie Grand, Natalia Vodianova and Natalie Massenet. {WWD}

Miley Cyrus breaks out her high-cut leotard/front thong again for a Bangerz tour rehearsal, this time styled with booty shorts. Thank heavens for booty shorts. {Instagram}

A Victoria's Secret in Austin, Texas told a shopper that she could breastfeed her baby in a nearby alley, rather than in a changing room. The store has since apologized, because they are boob-positive. {Daily Mail}

If you still don't have a leopard coat — or just want to channel Kate Moss this weekend, which is a normal impulse — now is the time to buy, buy, buy. {FabSugar}

Thin women should care about fat activism, too. It's a fight for food sanity. {Huffington Post}