• The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Christian Louboutin Loses Suit Against YSL, Kate Moss Covers US Vogue’s September 2011 Issue, And Forever 21 Peddles Christianity

    • Christian Louboutin lost his case against YSL for their Resort 2011 red-soled velvet peep toe pumps.

    Now how will we know what people are talking about when they go into a store and ask for “them red bottoms?” I’m already confused. (The Cut)

    Condé Nast is all up in arms, trying to figure out who is behind the @CondeElevator twitter account that’s garnered over 50,000 followers since it launched on Saturday. The account features hilarious quotes heard from inside the Condé Nast elevator, as well as Anna Wintour sightings. A Condé Nast spokesperson says: “We have no idea if this is real or made up and don’t know who is behind it but it certainly suggests that many people care a great deal about what happens at Condé Nast.” When asked whether an effort is under way to uncover who is behind the Twitter account and if the company will allow the account to remain active, the spokeswoman said, “We are still looking into it, so I don’t know what will or won’t happen.” (Racked)

    • For their September issue, actual model Kate Moss covers US Vogue wearing an Alexander McQueen gown from their fall 2011 collection. (Beauty is Diverse)

    • Non model Jennifer Lopez covers Vanity Fair’s September issue. (Business Insider)

    • Unlike Mariah Carey I’m not a huge Hello Kitty fan, but the prints they fashioned in collaboration with Liberty of London are too adorable! You’ll find them starting September 26 at Liberty’s new Margaret Dabb Sole Spa and beauty hall located on the ground floor of the store. Look for them on cosmetics and various toiletries! London readers, go check it out! (Racked)

    • Rachel Kane, the blogger behind WTForever21, notes the pervasive Christian imagery and language in the store’s product. This graphic “pray” shirt, has got to be the most questionable. I love me some Jesus, but there are better ways to show the world you’re a Christian. Can the church say Amen? (HuffPost)


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