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• QVC has tapped Isaac Mizrahi to host a show that's "part pitch, part reality show." The shopping network will air eight hours of "Isaac Mizrahi Live!" a month beginning in December. [WSJ]
Rachel Roy is opening a pop-up shop in Soho in September. [NL]
Tory Burch has sold a stake in her company to a Mexico City-based private equity firm. [NYT]
Marc Jacobs' latest collection of t-shirts take a stand on gay marriage. "I pay my taxes, I want my RIGHTS!" is stamped on the front. [Cut]

• A chat with Michelle Obama's "wardrobe consultant," Ikram Goldman. [SF]
• Speaking of Michelle, she did not chop off this week, in case you were concerned. It was just an uptuck. Oh, and in other political hair news, Jenna Bush is now a brunette. Glad that's been cleared up. [Politics Daily, HuffPo]
• Pics of Betsey Johnson's capsule collection for Opening Ceremony. And a few pics of Alexander Wang's first-ever collection for men. [FWD,]
• Today's saddest celebrity venture: Alicia Silverstone is launching "a cosmetics brush and cosmetics storage line in time for the holidays." [WWD]
• Models often look lifeless. But one Japanese designer is taking it to a new level: She used a robot as a model at her fashion show this week. [Sun]
• Did you know there's a Museum of Counterfeiting in Paris? There is. [LAT]