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Georgia May Jagger Wants to Be an Angel, Gwyneth Paltrow Has a $300-a-Day Diet, and Clothes Made Out of Fish Slime

Mick Jagger's youngest daughter, 21-year-old Georgia May Jagger, has big dreams to expand her modeling horizons to the Victoria Secret catwalk. {Vogue UK} This is what what you'll be wearing in the next 5 years: hagfish slime. It's true, the boundaries in fashion are almost nonexistent these days. {The Guardian} Target screws up big time when it labels its plus-size dresses "Manatee Gray" while its standard dresses are called "Dark Heather Gray." {HuffPo} Before you purchase Gwyneth Paltrow's new cookbook, It's All Good, be warned that it's not all good, unless you're prepared to shell out $300 a day on those recipes. {Yahoo}
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Georgia May Jagger wants to earn her wings--literally. The model is making no secret of the fact that she'd like to work with Victoria's Secret. {Vogue UK}

Gwyneth Paltrow's new cookbook, It's All Good, is really only all good if you're willing to shell out $300 a day on the recipes. I.e., if you're Gwyneth Paltrow. {Yahoo}

Goodbye Lucky and Juicy! Retail conglomerate Fifth & Pacific plans to sell off Lucky Brand and Juicy Couture in order to focus more on Kate Spade. Kate must really be killing it. {WWD, subscription required.}

We have seen the future--and it involves clothing made of hagfish slime. Scientists say the nasty sounding fabric could be the new lycra. {The Guardian}

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