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B Is For Baby For L.A.M.B.’s Gwen Stefani, Clicquot Uncorks A Food Truck, Topshop’s Glams Up Vegas, And More…


Motherhood has turned Gwen Stefani’s attention to baby fashions. The rock star behind L.A.M.B. has created Harajuku Mini, a clothing line for babies, children, and tweens launching November 13 at Target and on for $3.99 to $29.99. [WWD]

There is a chic truck to fit your craving for just about anything you might want to buy these days, from Korean beef tacos to nail salons on wheels. Now, Veuve Clicquot is rolling out their own gourmet food cart with offerings ranging from currywurst to bubbly. Unfortunately, you’ll have to venture to Berlin to get a toast of Clicquot on-the-go. [Hint]

Models Coco Rocha and Behati Prinsloo have a message to send with the new documentary Letters to Haiti. Rocha and co. traveled to Port-au-Prince with hundreds of letters to raise spirits after the downtrodden country was ravaged by the deadly earthquake. On her blog, the model previews the film. [Oh So Coco]

Topshop is getting all dressed up, Vegas-style. Just in case you forget your sequined party dress at home, the British retailer will have you covered with their new collection, Dress Up, debuting at their flagship store, set to open in Sin City in March. [WWD]

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