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Isaac Mizrahi went on Leonard Lopate's radio show yesterday to offer advice on how to be stylish during a recession. His counter-intuitive tips? Go to expensive hairdressers, buy expensive shoes, and "never buy anything that's on sale." [The Moment, WNYC]
♦ Suri Cruise has a pair of one-off, custom-made red Roger Vivier pumps, even though the brand doesn't do children's shoes. Somehow, we have a feeling that no amount of shoes will reduce the therapy in her future. [People]
♦ The fact that Kate Moss rarely does interviews or goes on TV is looking like a wise move considering her appearance on British TV last night, for all the excitement, pretty much blows her mystique. [Fashionologie]

Heidi Klum has settled out of court with Van Cleef & Arpels, which claimed she'd copied their earrings for her jewelry line. Still, Klum being accused of unoriginality is becoming somewhat of a habit. [Luxist]
♦ LVMH, which owns brands like Givenchy, Dior and Moët et Chandon, is doing just fine, mainly thanks to "remarkable" sales of Louis Vuitton. [WWD]
♦ Luxury online stores might be the first to recover from the spending slowdown. [Forbes]
♦ When Cintra Wilson entered Alexander McQueen's meatpacking district store and saw the wondrousness within, all her resolve disappeared. [NYT]