Your eyes aren't deceiving you: This is an all-chocolate version of Karl Lagerfeld's muse of the moment, Baptiste Giabiconi. As part of Lagerfeld's partnership with Magnum, which also saw him create a series of short films starring Giabiconi and Rachel Bilson, the designer conceptualised a full Paris hotel room made of 10.5 tons of Belgian chocolate. In the room, you'll find a chocolate chair, table, rug and bed - topped, of course, with a chocolate Baptiste in white-chocolate briefs.
David and Victoria Beckham have just arrived at London's Westminster Abbey to attend the much anticipated Royal Wedding. Victoria opted for this midnight blue dress with an asymmetric hem from her VB collection teamed with a Phillip Treacy hat.
In the news today, the sky is blue, and Dov Charney is being sued. In the latest of a string of legal battles facing the American Apparel CEO, three women who previously sued him for sexual harassment now have brought a suit for defamation, invation of privacy and impersonating them on the web. The accusers - Irene Morales, Alyssa Ferguson and Tesa Lubans-Dehaven - first filed a $260 million harassment suit in the Brooklyn Supreme Court, but a judge halted the case to determine if it had grounds to go further. (Meanwhile, American Apparel attorneys were arguing that the women were only trying to extort company money.)
The new suit, filed in the Los Angeles Supreme Court, alleges that American Apparel made fake racy blogs about the women. According to the filing, some blog posts included "nude or semi-nude pictures" of Ferguson and Morales and made them appear to have admitted "to an unlawful scheme of extortion." The women further accuse American Apparel of releasing their images to media outlets, up to and including the New York Times.