DOLCE & GABBANA PUBLICIST ARRESTED
Ali Wise, publicist for the famous Italian design duo, spent last Tuesday night in jail for hacking into the voicemail of interior designer and socialite Nina Freudenberger. Details on why the press agent would be interested in snooping have not been uncovered as of yet. This is not the first of troubling news this past year for the design house.
[Gawker]

A LIGHTER LOAD IN SEPTEMBER
For readers anticipating those glossy pages of the latest fashion eye candy, the bountiful fall issues seem a ways off. But, for publications and high-fashion advertisers, the process is nearly complete and the page number results are emerging. Be prepared for slimmed down versions of the haute handbooks, such as Vogue and Glamour.
[WWD]

TWIGGY AS MUSE
Her waify build, doe eyes, long lashes and pixie cut made her a fashion icon. At 60 years old, the seemingly ageless Twiggy Lawson is the new face of Olay, and has an upcoming photo retrospective in London's National Portrait Gallery.
[Modelinia]

KATE EMBRACES AGING FACE
Former supermodels aren't the only women flaunting their age. Recently, Rachel Wiesz called for a ban on Botox in a Harper's Bazaar U.K. feature. Now, critically acclaimed actress, Kate Winslet tells the U.S. version of the magazine she doesn't like to be "airbrushed."
[E! Online]

COULD AN ANTI-AGING PILL EVER EXIST?
While some accept their crow's-feet, others wish to remain forever youngl A study about a pill that added to the lifespan of mice was just published. But before you go calling every pharmacy in a thousand-mile radius looking for the drug, there is a downside, the longevity pill suppresses the immune system. There was also no mention of looking like a sexy young starlet for eternity. Sigh.
[BNET]

UH...SPEECHLESS...
Its been a week of grand avant-garde gowns in Paris, but this sock monkey dress lacks an appropriate adjective.
[The Frisky]