• The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Jennifer Hudson is A Size 0?, The Kardashians for Sears Kollection Ad Campaign Surfaces, and Betsey Johnson Debuts Too Too Fragrance

    Joy Behar from The View claims Jennifer Hudson is a size 0.

    She said, “I was in a store shopping, looking for a dress and I suddenly say ‘Oh, there’s somebody I know,’ and it was Jennifer Hudson and she was shopping and she said “I know you” […] and then I heard the sales girl say to her ‘You’re a size 0’ and I said to Jennifer ‘How does that feel?’ and she said ‘I feel like they’re talking to someone else.'” I guess Joy’s never heard of vanity sizing. Jennifer Hudson looks great, but size 0? Probably inaccurate. (Necole Bitchie)

    • Here’s a shot from the Sears Kardashian Kollection ad campaign, photographed by Annie Leibovitz. This is probably the only time you will see any of the Kardashians carrying the (barely visible) handbags from this line! Enjoy it, folks! If you dare, you can pre-order pieces from the partially sold-out collection at Sears.com. (Beauty is Diverse)

    • Early yesterday morning, Betsey Johnson held a brunch to debut her brand new fragrance, Too Too. I checked out the scene for The Fashion Bomb! Guests were treated to dance performances, lovely fruit, muffin, and scone platters, as well as chocolate and vanilla cupcakes. Only at a Betsey Johnson event is it appropriate to serve cupcakes before noon. The fragrance will be available in September.

    Joan Smalls is one of the faces of David Yurman‘s Fall 2011 campaign, photographed by Peter Lindbergh. #werq (Fashion Gone Rogue)

    • There weren’t nearly enough precious stone-encrusted 14-karat yellow and white gold fragrance bottles offered from DKNY. This glaring void in the market is now filled thanks to the Golden Delicious Million Dollar Fragrance Bottle designed in collaboration with celebrity jeweler, Martin Katz. Proceeds from the bottle featuring the NYC skyline will go to a global charity. (Luxuryes)

    • Here’s a look at Dwayne Wade’s King Power watch, designed in collaboration with Hublot. $27,500, and not a single diamond in sight. (Miami New Times)


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