Lanvin's Opening a Men's Store in N.Y.C. + a Peek at Karl Lagerfeld's Shu Uemura Collection in Today's Style Scraps

Let's hear it for the Lanvin boy: the Parisian fashion house is opening a men's-only store on Madison Ave in September. [Racked]

WWD takes a sneak peek at the holiday collection that Karl Lagerfeld created for Japanese cosmetics line, Shu Uemura. Lagerfeld tells WWD he "wanted to invent my personal vision of a Japanese manga." The line includes four lip colors, two different palettes for eyes and cheeks palettes, a gel eyeliner, two pairs of false eyelashes (pictured above), an eyelash curler, nail colors, a brush kit and a makeup box, all priced between $27 and $368. [WWD]

This sh*t is still happening: check out "Sh*t Fashion Girls Say on the Internet" starring the Man Repeller and, for reasons unknown, "Friday" singer Rebecca Black. And, dammit! We thought it was funny. "Hasthtag: SupesHein." [Fashionista]

Katie Holmes -- who exists in a blissful, sweat-free, central air-conditioned and chauffeured wonderland where one will never know the horrors of the giant fan on the Herald Square F/M platform that blasts hot air and just makes everything worse -- wore black leggings and a leather jacket (layered over a long shirt and what appears to be a tank top!) into 98 degree weather in NYC yesterday.  [TheCut]

Take a peek inside the new Opening Ceremony store in London. [Selectism]

Complex's amazing guide to the 25 ugliest outfits in Project Runway history.

Dear God, make us a bird, so we can fly far, far far away from here and to the A.P.C. store where the new Fall/Winter 2012 collection is available today. [HighSnobette]

Here's Joan Smalls sporting a mohawk for a new Mario Testino-directed short for Mercedes Benz. [Dazed]

So cool! Cross-stitched magazine covers by Inge Jacobsen. [LostAtEMinor]

A 600-year-old bra recovered from a castle in Austria. [ABCNews]

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