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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Queen Latifah's effortless glam. Ungaro hires Giles Deacon. See what the stars wore to 'Sex and the City' premiere in NYC

May 25, 2010 |  8:18 am

Queen Latifah has evolved from rap royalty to beloved movie star to arrive at a look of seemingly effortless glamor and grace. [InStyle]

Emanuel Ungaro taps British designer Giles Deacon as its new creative director. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Sarah Jessica Parker wore Valentino, and Cynthia Nixon was in Carolina Herrera at Monday night's New York City Premiere of "Sex and the City 2." But what on Earth was SJP thinking when she changed for the after-party? [New York Post]

Designers turned out in force Monday night to honor nominees for the CFDA Fashion Awards. In the crowd were Jason Wu, Donna Karan, Elie Tahari, Nicole Miller, Thom Browne and more. [WWD]

Talbot's is planning upgrades and outlets. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

How to pick a pair of sunglasses that look just smashing! [FabSugar]

The latest word in premium denim is the "banana cut," introduced by designer Domenico Vacca with styles named after some of his celeb clients, such as The Jeremy (Piven) and The Mickey (Rourke). [StyleList]

In case you missed it: See Marc Jacobs show you exactly how sexy his new men's fragrance, Bang, is as he bares all in ad campaign. Oh, my! [StyleList]  

Consumer Reports rates the best sunscreens. [StyleList]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Queen Latifah. Credit: Donald Miralle / Getty Images