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In style news this week, from left: Aerin Lauder, Vera Wang and Reese Witherspoon. Photos: courtesy of Estée Lauder | Getty (2)

Slept on your fashion news this week? No worries. We've got you covered. All you need to know, below.

-Cosmetics heiress and Estee Lauder exec Aerin Lauder plans to launch a lifestyle brand that will include accessories, jewelry, home goods and beauty. The collections will hit shelves early next year. [StyleList]

-Dolce & Gabbana are off the hook. The design duo evaded tax-related convictions this week when, after years of legal proceedings, it was announced that trials won't go forward. [Telegraph]

-Vera Wang has relaunched her Lavender Label as a capsule collection of evening dresses. [WWD]

-The Gordon Ramsay of the fashion world? Elle creative director Joe Zee launched "All on the Line," a new Sundance TV series, in which he dispenses advice to struggling designers. [StyleList]

-Carrie Underwood, Nicole Kidman, Celine Dion and Reese Witherspoon were amongst the fashionable flock at the the ACM Awards, where there were stunners and stinkers alike on the red carpet. [StyleList]

-For those who dislike their wrinkles but also hate injecting poison into their faces: scientists discovered that they can freeze crow's feet away, a non-toxic alternative to Botox. [StyleList]

-Uniqlo announced spring-summer design collaborations with Charlotte Ronson, Costello Tagliapietra and Vena Cava. Get ready to go shopping! [StyleList]

-Why were all the American Idol gals channeling Gwen Stefani this week? Because the crimson-lipped singer/designer guest-styled them, that's why. [StyleList]

-In sad news for rocker chic, Balmain designer Christophe Decarnin left the label this week. Rumors abound that he suffered a mental breakdown. [HuffPo]