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Your morning fashion and beauty report: 1990s grunge fashion returns. Giorgio Armani and Lady Gaga. Betty White and Donatella Versace

May 6, 2010 |  9:18 am

Jean paul gaultier

Grab your flannel and meet me at Starbucks: The 1990s are back. [The Daily Beast]

Somewhat apropos, Jean Paul Gaultier -- who created Madonna's cone bra -- is delving into home furnishings. [WWD, subscription required]

Decades' Cameron Silver to launch denim label. [WWD, subscription required]

The average woman spends three years of her life shopping. [New York Post]

The best of spring's new style books. [WSJ]

HiStyley! checks out L.A. street style. [Mondette]

Giorgio Armani on dressing Lady Gaga. [Vogue UK]

Video: Dolce & Gabbana male models wrestle and dance. [The Frisky]

She really is having a moment: Betty White and Donatella Versace are now friends? [Huffington Post]

An old Parisian law banning women from wearing pants may finally be lifted. [Telegraph]

No, Roberto Cavalli is not firing his wife/creative director. [Styleite]

Can Patrick Robinson save Gap? [Fashionista]

Seven spring fashion essentials from Pucci's Peter Dundas. [Marie Claire]

Simon Fuller's Fashionair website to shutter. [Fashionista]

What are the most popular brands in L.A.? [Shop It To Me]

The 10 wildest looks from Australian Fashion Week. [FabSugar]

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Photo: Jean Paul Gaultier's Spring / Summer 2010 runway show. Credit: Peter Stigter and Jonas Gustavsson / For The Times