Say Goodbye to Blake Lively's Baby Bump, Alexa Chung Shows Off Her Latest Collab

Plus: Cameron Diaz's wedding dress is still under wraps and Wet Seal is in trouble on social media and at the stock market.
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Plus: Cameron Diaz's wedding dress is still under wraps and Wet Seal is in trouble on social media and at the stock market.
Farewell, baby bump. We hardly knew ye. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images.

Farewell, baby bump. We hardly knew ye. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images.

Blake Lively has given birth! The actress and her husband, Ryan Reynolds, welcomed their first child, reportedly a baby girl, over the holidays. The baby's name is not yet confirmed. Happy as we are for the couple, it feels like we were just starting to enjoy the Preserve founder's red carpet baby bump style. At least we still have Kate Middleton. {Page Six}

Alexa Chung has an impressive resume: model, TV personality, author. But this could be the year that she goes from fashion "it" girl to full-fledged fashion designer. Chung’s first step is her new collaboration with AG Jeans, which she modeled for Vogue.com. The 20-piece denim collection was inspired by her love of British fashion and personal '60s style icons, including Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin. Considering her ballsy attitude when it comes to double denim we’re sure the rest of the collection will be everything we hoped for. {Vogue.com

Congrats to Cameron Diaz, who married former Good Charlotte guitarist Benji Madden on Monday night. The pair were wed in front of 90 guests including Gwenyth PaltrowReese Witherspoon, Madden's twin brother Joel and Nicole Richie. We're very happy for the newlyweds, but what we really want is to see her wedding dress, which has yet to be revealed. {People}

It has become clear that Wet Seal is not doing well. The latest evidence comes on two fronts: the stock market and social media. The struggling teen retailer’s stock was down 16 percent Monday, highlighting the dire need for a buyer or investor to step in and help prevent a bankruptcy. The next onslaught came from former employees who used hashtags like #BoycottWetSeal and #ForgetWetSeal on social media to vent about store closures. Grievances included one-day notices of store closings and failure to pay out unused vacation time. {WWD}