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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Jerry Weintraub on fashion. Diane von Furstenberg honored. A look back with Carrie Bradshaw. And Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch and Megan Fox dish.

May 18, 2010 |  8:57 am

New York's Fashion Business Incubator provides a helping hand to emerging designers. [Wall Street Journal]

"If I wasn't a film producer, I would have probably gone into fashion," Jerry Weintraub avows on the eve of Tuesday night's soiree at Barneys New York's L.A. outpost celebrating his memoir, which is in its seventh printing. [Wall Street Journal]

Diane von Furstenberg receives the Andre Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award from the Savannah College of Art and Design. [wwd, subscription required]

Isabella Blow's wardrobe, including an archive of Alexander McQueen designs and hats by Philip Treacy, will be sold at auction in September. [wwd]

"Glee's" Matthew Morrison is surprised at all the fuss over his naturally curly coif. [People]

Meanwhile his costar Jane Lynch -- whose character Sue Sylvester torments him endlessly over his locks -- vows she won't be a Bridezilla when she weds. [People]

As we count down to "Sex and the City 2," take a look at 60 Carrie Bradshaw looks from the past. [FabSugar]

More gorgeous looks from Cannes. [FabSugar]

Megan Fox is lovely on the June cover of Allure magazine, but she says she was more of an ugly duckling growing up. [Stylelist]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Megan Fox. Credit: EPA