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Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: How to wear a scarf, Michelle McGee gets dumped, the size wars continue and more

March 23, 2010 |  9:00 am
Ava sombora runway
In case you missed it: Aero & Co. on West 3rd Street is closing Sunday (March 28); till then, the deals are sweet [Mondette]

Joseph Ettedgui, founder of the fashion label Joseph, has died in London [Telegraph]

More fashion for the money: Two scarves, 50 ways to wear them [FabSugar]

Models too thin or customers too curvy? Aussie designer Rosemary Masic of Nevenka takes a stand against larger sizes, refusing to "endorse unhealthy living" [StyleList]

One week she's all over the news for her alleged affair with Sandra Bullock's husband, Jesse James, the next Michelle McGee is dumped as the official face of the Angry White Girl line. [Ministry of Gossip]

Sorry, Ava Sambora (pictured): Michael Kors vows not to hire underage models []

Danny Glover to join workers in protest against Hugo Boss' plans to close Ohio factory, off-shore jobs [Daily Express]

Donna Karan makes West Coast appearance, Rodarte tapped to design costumes for new Natalie Portman film "Black Swan" and other tidbits [WWD]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: The March 19, 2010, runway debut of White Trash Beautiful, a clothing line created by Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and musician-designer Nikki Lund, included the runway modeling debut of Ava Sambora, the daughter of Richie Sambora and Heather Locklear. Credit: Christina House / Los Angeles Times

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