• As a new celebrity mom, there are two easy ways to capitalize off your wee one: you can either write a book about new motherhood, or you can start a kid’s clothing line. It seems Kim Kardashian has chosen the latter, according to friend and noted stylist Lloyd Klein. Klein told Confidenti@l in L.A. that Kim has already put plans in motion to launch a children’s range, noting that her daughter, North, would make “a great poster child.” We don’t know whether or not Kim will plaster her daughter’s face all over the product, but I think Klein should pump the brakes. The kid can’t even crawl yet, is it really time to be thinking about turning her undoubted kuteness into kold hard Kardashian kash? (NYDN)
• There comes a time in every top model’s career when they absolutely must make an impression as a serious thespian– that time is at hand for one Cara Delevingne. Sources tell the Daily Mail that the model has been cast in Kids in Love, a flick about rich, young partying London youngsters who do lots of drugs, possibly with one token black or Muslim friend in the mix. One can imagine that such a role might not be much of a challenge for a young, wealthy buzzy model from London. Take it from the Mail‘s secret source, who said: “some aspects of the storyline will not be a particularly big stretch for Cara.” In other news: water is wet, ducks quack, and Lil’ Wayne has cavities. (WWD)
• Marc Jacobs‘s beauty collection with Sephora is set to drop this Friday, and to accommodate the rush of fashionistas and beauty buffs looking to get their hands on his jams and jellies, the designer is converting his store at 385 Bleecker street into a shop that will exclusively sell his cosmetics range. A passerby took this snap of the store window announcing the impending arrival of the renovated boutique. Sounds like the perfect place for me to cop a few of those lippies I’ve been eyeing! Any Bombers or Bombshells in NYC plan on stopping by? (Shophound)
• Sarah Jessica Parker covers September’s Harper’s Bazaar, and gives us a little tea on her forthcoming collaboration with Manolo Blahnik in the accompanying article, penned by Cathy Horyn. “Expect feminine shapes, plenty of low heels, and unusual color combinations like navy and mocha,” wrote the celebrated critic. The surprisingly affordable collection will be available at Nordstrom with prices ranging from $250 to $450. I’m interested to see what SJP has come up with! (Harper’s Bazaar)
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