Here's what's happening around the web this morning:
Isabella Blow Auction Cancelled
The early bird catches the McQueen. Christie's has called off its auction of the late Isabella Blow's high fashion wardrobe after a private buyer (rumored to be fellow Alexander McQueen devotee Daphne Guinness) bought the lot.
Pregnant Women Warned Against Flip-Flips, Uggs, Heels
A lot of women will be barefoot and pregnant if podiatrists have their way. A new poll has caused docs to advise mamas-to-be to stop wearing ballet flats (no!), flip-flops (boo!), high heels (sob!) and, er, Uggs (okay, if you insist...).
School Bans Skirts For Students Under 15
A British school is forcing female students to wear trousers until they hit Year 11 (around age 15-16) as short skirts were putting the girls "at risk." Funny, our dad told us the same thing...
American Apparel Accused of Hiring Based on Physical Attractiveness
In news that should surprise absolutely no one, Gawker has exposed looks-based hiring practices at American Apparel, which includes taking head-to-toe photos of job applicants. All that hassle just to fold zebra-print leggings?
Agyness Deyn Launches NAAG Mag
Agyness Deyn's fashion/lifestyle online magazine NAAG has finally debuted. We might give the hair advice a miss though.
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Kylie Minogue Vamps for BlackBook Magazine
Pop diva Kylie Minogue dons a racy cutout swimsuit in a steamy new shoot for the June/July issue of BlackBook. At least she left the handcuffs at home this time.
Parents Outraged At Shops Selling Heels for Three-Year-Olds
Happy now, Suri Cruise? Parents group Mumsnet is taking aim at retailers that sell heels for little girls which "look more suited to a lap-dancing club."