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Your morning fashion and beauty report: 2010 Met Gala. Tony nominations. Pierre Hardy for Gap.

May 4, 2010 |  9:00 am

The 2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala was last night. [Ministry of Gossip]

This year's theme was "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity." And here are 15 women not included on that list. [Huffington Post]

Lady Gaga performed at the gala, but why wasn't she on the red carpet? [The Cut]

The Met Gala by the numbers. [Fashionista]

Also the 2010 Tony nominations are out. [Culture Monster]

Video: London's Alternative Fashion Week. [Guardian]

May fashion magazine cheat sheet. [Style Section L.A.]

Marilyn Monroe's "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" gown is up for auction. [Daily Express]

How getting a haircut can help oil spills. [Allure]

J.C. Penney goes after mobile shoppers. [WSJ]

Five items to help any guy's wardrobe. [Esquire]

H&M's fall 2010 lookbook. [Refinery 29]

Sneak peak: Pierre Hardy for Gap shoes. [FabSugar]

Wardrobe warehouse: Items with the lowest cost-per-wear. [Guardian]

-- Whitney Friedlander

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Photo: Sienna Miller, in Emilio Pucci, with Jude Law at the Costume Institute Gala. Credit: Larry Busacca / Getty Images