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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Lindsay Lohan asks for help; jeans show up on the golf course; and another glam red carpet walk for the 'Sex and the City' foursome.

May 28, 2010 |  9:03 am
Gen X makes itself heard: Accustomed to wearing jeans everywhere, they are insisting that stuffy country clubs change their dress codes. Denim takes to the golf course! [Wall Street Journal]

The "Sex and the City" gals shone on the red carpet at the "SATC 2" London premiere Thursday night, where the red carpet was more fun than the movie. They represented for Mugler, McQueen, Narsico Rodriguez, Choo and, of course, Manolo. [Telegraph]

More about Christophe Lemaire, designer for Lacoste, replacing Jean-Paul Gaultier at Hermes. [Wall Street Journal]

An urban vibe, military uniforms and hints of the '70s mark Frida Giannini's Cruise 2011 collection for Gucci. [WWD] 

New Coach fragrance Poppy will hit stores this summer. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Celebrity makeup artist Carmindy, she of "What Not to Wear," is teaming with Glowelle to make a new "beauty" drink. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

I've been a little cranky this morning, but I cheered right up when I saw how cute Zac Efron looked Thursday night cheering on the Lakers in his plaid shirt, green jeans and casual T. [People]

Today's dispatch from the size wars: Plus-size model Crystal Renn denies rumors that she is trying to lose weight. It seems she naturally fluctuates from a 10 to a 14. [People] 

L.A.'s Found By boutique is precise, not pretension, when it comes to vintage. Take a peek inside. [Mondette]

One has to say she is irrepressible: Lindsay Lohan asks Chanel to help glam up her alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet. [OK!]

Cynthia Rowley is launching a line of affordable bridesmaid's dresses, priced under $220. [Racked NY]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Lindsay Lohan at a court appearance with attorney Shawn Chapman Holley Credit: Jae C. Hong / Associated Press