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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Mexico state dinner, Wal-Mart and Miley, Courtney Love and Kate Moss

May 20, 2010 |  9:09 am

Mexico state dinner
The Obamas hosted a state dinner for Mexican President Felipe Calderon and his wife Margarita Zavala. More importantly: Who was the best dressed? [Huffington Post]

The evolution of the bob. [InStyle]

Denim brands blend in with the arts. [WWD]

Echo Park's Tavin adds vintage bridal. [Mondette]

Wal-Mart pulls Miley Cyrus' contaminated jewelry from store shelves. [Ministry of Gossip]

Donnatella Versace on her friend Naomi Campbell. [The Daily Beast]

Courtney Love claims to have had affair with Kate Moss. [Vogue UK]

Love the print on your new spring frock? It might have been designed on an iPhone. [WSJ]

Andre Leon Talley warns not to bite the hand that feeds you: You'll take that Vogue cover and you'll like it! [Styleite]

Drugstore makeup giant Proctor & Gamble revs up e-commerce, social media efforts. [Ad Age]

Online poll: Top 10 most iconic dresses of the last 50 years. [Telegraph]

Ten flea market rules to live by. [Full Frontal Fashion, via Glamour]

Designer Chris Benz is now a columnist for Fashionista. [Fashionista]

Man heels: hideous or hip? [Guardian]

More on Glee's Matthew Morrison's curves -- this time we're talking abs, not hair. [People StyleWatch]

-- Whitney Friedlander

Photo: Mexican President Felipe Calderon waves as he and his wife, Margarita Zabala, far right, are greeted by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama before a state dinner. Credit: Paul J. Richards / AFP / Getty Images