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Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: New iPhone app for fashion advice, how to pick up one of Princess Diana's gowns, Alexander McQueen subject of book retrospective

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Can a few trips to the dentist's office get rid of wrinkles and make you look younger? [Wall Street Journal]

If you need some fashion advice, help is as close as your iPhone with a new app, "Ask a Stylist." Get your fashion questions answered in real time. [Wall Street Journal]

The black taffeta gown Princess Diana wore for her first official appearance will go to the highest bidder in a June auction. [Telegraph]

Last week, All the Rage told you about toilet paper wedding gowns. Now an Iowa teen has beat the high cost of going to the prom with a gown made of gum wrappers. Seriously. [Huffington Post]

The first of what will likely be many books about the late designer Alexander McQueen, "Genius of a Generation," is slated to go on sale in May and will feature 120 photographs tracing his career. [Telegraph]

Designer Jodi Arnold collaborates with The Limited for spring. See the looks. [FabSugar] 

Vichy launches skin-care line especially for post-menopause women [StyleList] 

A Manhattan company is suing Pamela Anderson in a squabble over the name of her Muse clothing line with designer Richie Rich. [New York Post] 

Alice + Olivia is teaming with MAC for a new makeup collection. Think Alice in Wonderland falling down the rabbit hole and meeting a makeup artist. [WWD] 

Slicing? Baliage? Ribbons? Do you speak the new hair lingo? [StyleList]

10 mascara trends for spring. [StyleList]

A sign of the fashionable times: Designer Jason Wu is invited to the White House Correspondents' Assn. dinner. [WWD]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: A look from Alexander McQueen in 2009: the little black dress re-imagined and made of trash bags. Credit: Francois Guillot / AFP/Getty Images 

 
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