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Kelly Osbourne Teams with HSN to Release New Collection This Fall

Image: FayesVision/

Image: FayesVision/

Back in June, Kelly Osbourne took to Instagram to show off her brand new skull tattoo. In typewriter-style lettering, the ink reads “Stories…” We weren’t sure what it meant back then, but now we have an idea of exactly which “Stories…” Ms. Osbourne was talking about. The E! News presenter is launching a collection in partnership with HSN this fall called Stories…By Kelly Osbourne.

The 13-piece range has already gained some fans from the celeb setWWD notes that Taylor Swift and Ciara have already put in orders for a few items. And looking at the lineup, we can’t blame them. Besides a very appealing polka dot jumpsuit and a plaid dress with floral border detailing down the front to accentuate curves, you’ll find T-shirts and a sweatshirt decorated with a dripping, spray-painted rose graphic (a play on the “English Rose” motif). Also, very cool-looking black and navy blue colorblocked blazers as well as a cropped moto jacket. The line combines Kelly’s ladylike sensibilities with a punk rock edge — for women of many sizes. She pushed to have the range go up to a size 24, and reinforced many of her pieces with tummy-control technology.

This collection is only just the start of what’s to come for Kelly. She mentions that she’s dubbed this collection “Chapter One,” pointing to the possibility for future ranges. In fact, Kelly is working on a holiday collection for HSN with a “hoe hoe hoe” (har har) theme. 

In addition to HSN, the collection will be available on with prices ranging from $55 to $170. Stories…By Kelly Osbourne is due to launch September 25.

Think you’ll be picking anything up?

[via WWD]

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New Necklace Collab Helps Connect Moms and Babies

The Love Links necklace uses 10K gold, sterling silver and chalcedony stone to represent the bond between Mother and Child.

Leaving baby at day care for the first time can be a traumatizing for mom and tots. When Sleepy Owl Pure Baby Care founder Natacha Rey dropped her 18-month-old daughter off for care, there were tears all day. To pacify her daughter (and herself), Rey took off her bracelet and asked her to keep it until she returned. This act inspired her to approach jeweler Erin Tracy with the idea of the Love Links necklace. A collaboration was born.

Made of 10K gold, sterling silver and chalcedony stone, the necklace has a detachable bracelet that moms can give their wee ones to help comfort them while they’re apart. And bonus: Rey and Tracy decided to donate 100 percent of the proceeds to Sunnybrook Hospital Foundation’s Women & Babies Program. 

The necklace is made in Canada, retails for $180 and will be available online through January 2015.

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Link Buzz: Zara’s ‘White Is The New Black’ Tee Pisses Off the Internet, J.Crew to Launch Fragrances

Image: Getty Images

Image: Getty Images

  • People on the Internet are very upset with Zara for producing a T-shirt that reads, “White Is The New Black.” Some are calling out Zara for racial insensitivity. No one knows why the retailer wouldn’t think twice about putting such a potentially controversial phrase on a tee. [The Huffington Post Canada]
  • J.Crew is releasing two new fragrances on Monday. [WWD]
  • Is Jennifer Lawrence really dating Chris Martin, or is the universe playing some kind of elaborate joke on us? [E!]
  • Lady Gaga arrives in Korea rocking another strange beauty look. [Just Jared]
  • Daphne Guinness tapped David LaChapelle to film her latest out-of-this-world music video. [Fashin]
  • The Fifty Shades of Grey Trailer is 1,000 times better recreated with adorable kittens. [Mirror]
  • Steve Madden just bought Dolce Vita. [Fashion Times]
  • So, uh, the U.K. had its first official twerking competition… [Daily Mail]
  • Net-a-Porter was almost called “What’s New, Pussycat?” which would have definitely been unfortunate. [Telegraph]
  • More details continue to trickle out about Rita Ora‘s forthcoming Adidas collaboration yet we’re still sitting here waiting to see all the looks. Oh, Rita, you big tease. [MTV]

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Aritzia Launches Star-Studded Fall Collection

We all know Aritzia is the definition of cool in Canada. The brand remains a perennial favourite among inner-city urbanites, those who have graduated from Urban Outfitters to the finer things in life, while maintaining their trendy panache. Now the store is attracting even cooler customers with its star-studded #FallForUs campaign.

Jamie Chung, Anna Camp, 22 Jump Street‘s Amber Stevens, EstelleBrooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Chelsea PerettiThe Good Wife‘s Jess Weixler and Orange Is the New Black’s flawless Samira Wiley (it’s Poussey, accent à droite!) are just some of the stars photographed wearing their favorite pieces from the new collection.

Aritzia #FallForUs fall campaign

Image via Aritzia

Jamie models a snuggly, wuggly Wilfred Free Aronson Sweater ($145), while Anna keeps things simple in TNA’s Spruce T-Shirt ($40). Samira looks ready to face the Canadian (or Litchfield) cold in her Wodehouse Jacket by Sunday Best ($295) and British singer Estelle puts together the perfect combo with her Wilfred Montpellier Sweater ($165) and camo pants.

Aritzia #FallForUs fall campaign

Image via Aritzia


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Lady Gaga Upsets Japanese Fans with Korean Character-Printed Jumpsuit

Lady Gaga loves to use her wardrobe to get people talking, but one of her recent outfits caused more of a stir than she likely bargained for. The “ARTPOP” singer spent part of this week in Tokyo, frequently updating her Instagram with shots of all her exploits. But one particular image got Gaga’s monsters up in arms. The singer posted a photo of her posing in the city’s Roppongi district, clad in a colorful jumpsuit with the words “color” emblazoned across the front in Korean characters. A couple Japanese commenters saw the outfit and took offense, accusing Gaga of cultural insensitivity, saying that she’s ignorantly conflating Korean and Japanese culture.

Kotaku found a thread on Japanese forum 2ch discussing the gaffe, titled simply “Roppongi Wandering Lady Gaga [in] Japan, in the clothes of Hangul [Korean] characters! South Korea and Japan [are the same to] the Caucasian eye.” Or at least that’s how Google translates it. (more…)

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Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne and Joan Smalls Cover US Vogue’s September Issue (Forum Buzz)

It’s finally here! And the forums were right — the long overdue model cover for U.S. Vogue has actually happened. Not surprisingly, it features Vogue favorites and uber-models Joan SmallsCara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss.

Cover Models of US Vogue September 2014

Image Credit: weibo/hjolin via the tfs forums

Are we excited? Of course we are!

“Hell f***ing yes! So thrilled to see models on the cover of Vogue, was not expecting that at all. And especially happy to see Joan on the cover, I think she’s just wonderful,” exclaimed YoninahAliza.

“I’m so shocked! Hopefully this sells like hotcakes so that Anna will see that models on covers CAN move magazines. I like the breezy and fresh feel of the cover, but I think just Joan and Karlie would have worked much better,” analyzed orchidee.

And LastNight shared: “Perfect!!! Oh my goodness I am so unbelievably happy. These three girls were the most likely out of the current crop of models to be on the very front if US Vogue were to do a model cover and here they are! It looks lovely from that photo and I’m assuming there will be more girls on the fold out. It makes great sense to have a model cover for US Vogue at this time, it feels right. Could not be happier and so glad that all the speculation in the Cover Rumor Thread didn’t amount to nothing.”

Is this the best cover image of the season? Not really, but the fact that U.S. Vogue has finally put young, fresh models on its cover again is reason enough to be deliriously happy about this. Hallelujah!

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