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July 23 2014

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3 posts tagged "Oh Lola!"

American Apparel Steps Into the Gloss; Britain’s ASA Says “Oh No” to Oh! Lola; and More…

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Following its takeover of the crotchless-tights market, American Apparel is slowly amping up its beauty offerings, adding a lip gloss line to its nail lacquer collection. [WWD]

Marc Jacobs’ Dakota Fanning–fronted ad for his Oh! Lola fragrance has been banned by Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority for being “sexually provocative.” How Jacobs’ greased-down self-portrait for his men’s scent, Bang, got past them is a mystery to us. [Telegraph]

As we predicted last year when we first caught wind of rumors that Lady Gaga would be launching a signature scent, word on the street is that said eau will be called Monster. [WWD]

Photo: Courtesy of American Apparel

Dakota Goes Short (Kind Of), Snooki Goes Streaking, And More…

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If you’re still marveling over those provocative Dakota Fanning-fronted ads for Marc Jacobs’ Oh, Lola!, get a load of this behind-the-scenes video from the shoot. [People]

Speaking of Fanning, the blond child star-turned-surprisingly well-adjusted adult star has been spotted sporting a pixie cut around the set of her new film, Now Is Good. But Fanning has not in fact pulled an Emma Watson; the new crop is just a really realistic wig. [Daily Mail[

In a move to shed her association with bad tanning habits, Jersey Shore‘s Snooki has taken up a different beauty trend: dip-dyed colored streaks. (She’ll always be all orange glow to us.) [Fashionista]

First a starring role in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, now a starring role in a new Burberry ad. Rosie Huntington-Whitley is the new face of the Brit brand’s forthcoming Burberry Body fragrance. [WWD]

Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs Fragrances

Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is; Serge’s Scented Surge; And More…

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As any beauty junkie is well aware, bold lips are back and still going strong—$92.1 million strong, to be exact. According to new market research, women’s love for lipstick can in fact be quantified—and it’s up 11 percent from last year’s numbers. [WWD]

In a sad bit of news, famed coiffeur Vidal Sassoon has gone public with the news that he has been battling leukemia for the past two years. [Daily Mail]

Serge Gainsbourg has emerged as a somewhat unlikely fragrance muse, as the houses of Dior and Guerlain have both chosen the scandalous chanteur’s smoky voice as the backing tracks for new commercials for Miss Dior and Shalimar, respectively. [Telegraph]

While you’ve presumably already seen the Dakota Fanning-fronted ads for Marc Jacobs’ forthcoming Oh, Lola! perfume, Jacobs’ licensing company, Coty Prestige, officially confirmed Ms. Fanning as the new face of the brand—and subsequently released her Juergen Teller-shot campaign—earlier this past weekend. [People]

Photo: Courtesy of Coty Prestige