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♦ The first looks from Thakoon's Target collection are online, and they're very Talitha Getty. [Nylon]
♦ Stay far away from 52nd and Fifth this evening, unless you want to catch the desire to wear candy-colored velour: Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor are throwing a launch party for Juicy Couture's new store. [Page Six]
♦ It's not only Lindsay Lohan who has seen the potential in leggings: The spring lines from labels like Rodarte and Threeasfour feature printed, cut-out or slashed leggings. [stylefile]
♦ Fashion designer Lisa Perry, lover of all things '60s (and wife of hedge funder Richard), is opening a store in SoHo tomorrow. [The Daily]

♦ Along with many others, Francisco Costa has been living it up in Rio, but he's reluctantly on his way back to New York today. "I wish I could stay... but it's not like fall and pre-fall are going to design themselves." [stylefile]
♦ Colin Firth on working with Tom Ford: "If he turns his hand to this with the brilliance that he's turned his hand to everything else that he's ever done in his life, it'll be a masterpiece." [Vogue UK]
Gemma Ward has been keeping a low profile recently, but even she couldn't resist taking to the street to celebrate on Tuesday night. [Fashionologie]
♦ Lilly Pulitzer's 1960s Palm Beach aesthetic is forever unchanging, as a new Parsons retrospective reveals. [NYT]
♦ No city in the world can compete with the fashion dedication of Tokyoites: In Harajuku, the Comme des Garçons H&M range goes on sale on Saturday, and people are already in line. [JCReport]