Tiffany to Discontinue Elsa Peretti Line? + Skinny Jeans May Cause Nerve Damage in Today's Style Scraps

Uniqlo will be bringing its kids' line to U.S. stores this fall. [via WWD]

And, speaking of Uniqlo, the brand announced that the world's number-one men's tennis player, Novak Djokovic, has been named its brand ambassador and will wear the line on-and-off the court.  The retailer will also be working to develop high-tech sportswear that the athlete can wear during matches. [via WWD]

Bad news for skinny jean lovers: their restricting fit may cause nerve damage. [via Fashionista/ABC]

Model Sasha Pivovarova recently gave birth to a baby girl named Mia Isis, and shared this mother-daughter picture on Twitter.  Congrats! [via Fashionologie]

For the first time ever, the CFDA Awards will be livestreamed on [via Styleite/WWD]

Louise Gray, a Scottish designer known for her bold prints and bright colors, will be the latest to collaborate with Topshop on a capsule collection.  Hers will feature apparel and make-up. [Telegraph]

Read an interesting article about the secret life of "maiters" a.k.a. "male model catering waiters." [via NY Times]

Elsa Peretti may be ending her licensing agreement with Tiffany's, which means bye bye bean, open heart, starfish and raindrop necklaces, earrings, bracelets and more.  The big question is, what will girls be given for their bat mitvahs now? [via WWD]

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