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Fashion News Roundup: Kermit the Frog Wears Brooks Brothers, Versace for H&M Hits Ebay, and Bid on Kate Moss' 'Best Photo Ever'

Kermit the Frog is A Fashionisto: I mean, homeboy rocks custom-made Brooks Brothers tuxedos, and has inspired a pair of Adidas kicks. Could Kermie be fresher than Kanye West? Looks like somebody better watch his throne. {LA Times}

Céline Store in Paris Gets the Kidult Treatment: Style-conscious graffiti artist Kidult tagged "SK8" on the Céline store in a cotton candy pink hue. "SK8" is a direct reference to the brand's Fall 2011 campaign. Subtext. We like! {Styleite}

Versace for H&M is Already on Ebay: Here's a wonderful opportunity to pay significantly more money than you need to for Versace x H&M pieces. Pay $349 for a dress you might have purchased for $200 less. {The Cut}

Forever 21's Spring 2012 Preview: Laser-cut bibs, polka dots and lace. Spring at Forever 21 looks rather cute indeed. {Racked}

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Shocker-- American Apparel Footwear Ads are Sexually Suggestive: Because there isn't enough sex in our shoe ads, American Apparel adds a partially exposed butt to get us excited about footwear again. {Styleite}

Kate Moss' "Best Photo Ever" Up for Auction: Now you can bid on a 1993 black and white photo of Kate Moss, hunched over in her birthday suit, amongst other pics of the supermodel. {Daily Mail}

Karl Largerfeld Has Many iPhones: Some people collect Lladro figurines, Karl Lagerfeld collects iPhones. The designer shows off his stash of four iPhones, each labeled with juggling silhouettes of his likeness. Does he actually use these phones? Sounds like that could get confusing. {Refinery29}

You, Too, Can Own A Pair of Steve Jobs' Glasses: First the turtlenecks, now the 'specs. Eyewear brand Robert Marc is reporting an increasing demand for the iconic round rimless lenses, perfect for aging hippies everywhere. {WSJ}