Adam Levine's Perfume Bottles Aren't Shaped Like His Torso, Regrettably

Max Kessler

Adam Levine -- who, if you recall, tweeted in 2011 "I also would like to put an official ban on celebrity fragrances. Punishable by death from this point forward." -- officially has his own fragrances for men and women. We know that he would probably be sued by Jean Paul Gaultier if the bottles were modeled after his own torso, but why oh why couldn't they be modeled after his torso?? [via Fashionista]

Here's a sketch of Beyoncé's Superbowl outfit by Ruben Singer. He also reaffirmed that the Knowles are "so respectful, it's almost painful."

And if you needed more Bey looking fashion-ey in your life, check out this amaaazing video for her UK tour directed by Jonas Akerlund. [via Selectism]

Patrick Li -- the new creative director of T magazine under Deborah Needleman -- described the new T as being like "Azzedine Alaïa. It's super-restrained, but there's something very directional about it, in a very subtle way, I guess. Or not so subtle sometimes." The new issue comes out on the 17th and with a description like that, we can't wait to see it.  [via The Cut]

This morning, WWD tweeted: "John Galliano attends a Paris court hearing into his suit against former employer Christian Dior Couture." So far there haven't been many details released about the case, but there have been rumors that Galliano is suing Dior for almost $19 million. [via Fashionista

For all of those who covet Oscar de la Renta but can't afford it: ODLR is doing a capsule collection for The Outnet. The clothes in the collection feature the same patterns, fabrics and manufacturing techniques as the main line, but cost between $325 and $1295. [via fashionologie]

We love a good bag inspired by food, and this Charlotte Olympia croissant bag is no exception. [via High Snobette]

On the even less expensive end of things, we're lovin' this Maison Martin Margiela-inspired cap by 40 oz. NYC.

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