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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Own a piece of Marilyn Monroe. Is Carrie Bradshaw still our fashion 'It' girl? Gucci launches site for watches

May 5, 2010 |  8:29 am

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Fashion's Night Out, the retail-boosting event spawned by Vogue, will expand to fashion's six nights out this year and start in France. [wwd] (Subscription required) [New York magazine]

Marilyn Monroe's iconic strapless gown from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" is going on the auction block. [StyleList]

Gucci is launching a website dedicated to its fledgling watch biz. [wwd]

Fashion's mood is somber. Does that mean we're not going to succumb to Carrie Bradshaw's style influence when "Sex and the City 2" hits screens? [Telegraph]

A roller-skating party at Top Shop? Rock concert at John Varvatos? Shopping has never been this much fun before. [Wall Street Journal]

The Gap's Old Navy and Banana Republic brands are showing signs of life, but are shoppers sure about Gap itself? [Wall Street Journal]

Opera gloves, feather fans and tennis whites are among 10 comeback-ready looks included in the "American Woman" display. [Huffington Post]

Is this the cutest? Ellen Pompeo's baby girl on an outing in matching hat and sunglasses. Awww. [People]

Now it's Australian Fashion Week. Catch some looks at FabSugar. [FabSugar]

If you're counting the weeks until your wedding, you should think about these four tips for making sure your hair is ready for the big day. [BellaSugar]

-- Susan Denley

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Upper photo: Sarah Jessica Parker in one of Carrie Bradshaw's looks from the first "Sex in the City" movie. Credit: Craig Blankenhorn / Associated Press

Lower photo: Marilyn Monroe in a scene from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Credit: 20th Century Fox

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