The Telegraph has a fun incident involving Linzi Stoppard, a British socialite and musician recently busted in the dressing room at H&M. The London violinist was so taken with a Cavalli for H&M dress that when she saw it hanging in another shopper's dressing room, she promptly stormed in and took it for herself. What's really funny, at least to us, is that the dress was priced at $400 - hardly a must-have bargain! In fact, we suspect if Linzi patrolled Net-a-Porter or even most department stores in London, she could find a real Cavalli dress, albeit on sale, for about the same price. Still, the silly story brings up an interesting moral dilemma: Is it ever okay to pillage someone else's shopping loot? When? Think about that, then memorize this face, and if you ever see Ms. Linzi Stoppard - who is, according to her website, "what Dita Von Teese is to ballet" - hold tight to your over-hyped rayon halter gowns, and beware.