As a Child, Naomi Campbell Thought Bob Marley's Dreads Were "Worms"...

Abby Schreiber + Elizabeth Thompson
In case you questioned our inclusion of Michael Jordan in our round-up of fashionable NBA players, scope this new Nike Air Jordan jacket, appropriately -- and baller-y -- named "Step'n Out." It's like you're wearing a blazer, varsity and leather jacket all in one! Now if only it had a fur collar... [via Nike]

It was sparkles or bust at last night's UNICEF Snowflake Ball in NYC (L-R: Katy Perry, Allison Williams, Selena Gomez). [via Styleite]

"He was such a handsome man. I remember I started crying when I saw his dreadlocks because I thought they were worms. But he was really, really gentle," Naomi Campbell says of meeting Bob Marley as a 7-year old in the new issues of Interview Russia and Interview Germany. [via Fashionista]

Congrats are in order for Stella McCartney who took home 'Designer of the Year' and 'Designer Brand of the Year' at the British Fashion Awards last night. During her acceptance speech she told the crowd that her boss at Chloe once told her, "You will live to regret this. You will fail...never in the history of fashion [has there] been a British fashion house with a woman's name on the label that has ever been truly global," when she announced she was moving back to London to start her own line. Stella -- clearly you get another trophy: the Last Laugh Award of the Night. [via Telegraph]

Jeremy Scott designed this cuckoo winged Smart Car for the auto brand. Their target demo is urban 18-40-year-olds who smoke Bugler hand-rolled cigs and wear drop-crotch pants.  [via WWD]

Kate Middleton has bangs now. That is all. [via Fashionista]

Joan Smalls poses with voguers in the new issue of Vogue Japan. (We love that idea!) [via Fashion Bomb Daily]

Ooh, it's the new Kenzo Fall/Winter '12 campaign starring Xiao Wen! [via High Snobette]

Valentino says too many young designers these days are cutting corners by draping (and not actually designing their looks). [via Fashion Etc.]

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