Aurélie Bidermann's fall collection was inspired by nature, and even more so than usual. The designer used real gingko leaves to create her intricate gold necklaces, and bakelite to mimic old ivory. "I'm being ethical," she said of the new technique in her Paris atelier. It sure looked authentic—and very Morocco in the early 1970s. (Bianca Jagger and Talitha Getty served as muses.)
As you may have heard, Naomi Campbell spent her morning testifying at former Liberian president Charles Taylor's war crime trial. She may not know what Liberia is or what diamonds look like unless they are "shiny in a box," but she does know how to dress for a courtroom. The supermodel begrudgingly delivered her testimony in a sweet, cream-colored Alaia number with a sheer cardigan. We think she stayed appropriately conservative, but the outfit reminded us of when Winona Ryder caught flack for wearing a really cute see-through Marc Jacobs dress back in 2002 when she was on trial for shoplifting. It's interesting to see what celebrities (or their stylists?) put together when they know they'll be judged not only on their poor decisions, but their outfits as well. Perhaps real judges aren't paying much attention to whether a potential criminal is wearing Fendi or Moschino, but we definitely are. So, click through for our favorite courtoom fashion moments.