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  • Lydia Hearst is no longer just a pretty face, says OK mag, now that she's joined the cast of Gossip Girl. We won't attempt to parse that logic, but focus instead on the delightful news that things are going well with Lydia's boyfriend Matt Rains, Heatherette designer Traver's brother. The couple enjoys "bowling, botanical gardens and walking through Central Park together." How wholesome! [OK]
  • Naomi Campbell guest-edits the Mirror's showbiz column and vents about Kabbalah: "I knew about Kabbalah before Madonna got involved. Kabbalah is not a religion, it's a program. I don't like to get hooked on things like that. It reminds me of AA but just with different words." Well, anything that reminds Campbell of being told not to drink can't be appealing. [Mirror]
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  • Stella McCartney has no idea how to design clothes, but she's a genius at getting them on the right people at the right time, for example Maggie Gyllenhaal at the Batman premiere in a mistake of a satin jumpsuit. [Elle UK]
  • The face of Tom Ford's new White Patchouli fragrance is Erika Badhu; the black-and-white ads will appear in September. [style file]
  • Laura O'Connor has been named the new president and CEO of Zac Posen. [WWD]
  • Bravo has a new show to replace Project Runway, which is going to Lifetime. Fashion House, based on a British series, will film a team living and working together to create a line, giving, we guess, an ANTM/Big Brother twist to the formula. [The Cut]
  • American Apparel has brought back "thermochromatic" t-shirts that change color with your body temperature. What took them so long? [FabSugar]
  • Christy Turlington seems to be giving her moment in the spotlight one last big push. Following forays into predictable aging-model territory (like her skincare line), she recently went to Washington as a CARE "ambassador" to lobby for "maternal health." Just as important: Showing the world you're not past it yet by posing semi-nude in August's W. [Vogue UK]