• American Shoe company Coclico has a pair of knee high boots for sale on Amazon.com that come in the season’s most coveted shade, Kentucky Negro, to match your Latino tan pants from Temperley London.
Coclico makes more than one shoe in this “negro” shade, but on their main website, they refer to the color as “black.” While several apologists have been rationalizing this glaring misnomer, saying “negro means black in Spanish and Portuguese,” the company does not make any shoes in “Southern Redneck.” (Styleite)
• Jennifer Saunders has confirmed to New York Magazine, that she is indeed writing an AbFab movie, to be shot “in a beautiful part of the Riviera. I fancy the south of France in the spring,” she said. The writer/actress is also in the process of writing an AbFab TV Special to celebrate the London Olympics in August of 2012 (Huff Post, NYMag)
• Rumor is spreading through the twitterverse that Beyoncé has already given birth to a baby girl, and her name is Tiana-May Carter. Why the UK Mirror has picked up on this story is beyond me, as the child is clearly going to be named Brooklyn, and will share the last names of both her parents. Duh! Any stan worth her weight in Bohemian/Yaki hair knows this! (UK Mirror)
• If your Target x Missoni order was cancelled, you may be getting the pieces you asked for after all– for free. Target has been sending slighted customers e-mails saying their (very late) orders are on the way, and they will not be charged. (The Cut)