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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Cool World Cup stuff. Zoe Saldana, Lea Michele and Nicole Ritchie are among the most 'Glamourous' of women. Lourdes Ciccone snags a mag cover.

June 9, 2010 |  9:06 am

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The hostess dilemma: What can you wear when you're darting in and out of the kitchen but still want to look festive? [Wall Street Journal]

Sometimes it's not what you wear, it's how you play the game. Polo Ralph Lauren breaks new ground by offering a tennis clinic online. [WWD] (Subscription required) 

The Styleblogger, Dan Trepanier, has been named Esquire's "Best Dressed Real Man in America," so listen and learn: He recommends five stylish gifts for Father's Day. [Huffington Post]

Chloe Sevigny and Opening Ceremony revealed the latest fruits of their collaboration Tuesday night: five dresses in five prints. [WWD]  (Subscription required.)

Rumor has it that designers Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone might have split up as lifemates ... but here at All the Rage we don't want the gossipy details (even though they are juicy). We're just wondering: Will it affect the clothes? [Huffington Post]

It was only a matter of time: Lourdes Ciccone (aka daughter of Madonna) snags her first magazine cover. [Fashion Copious] 

The folks at Cool Hunting have put together a pretty cool roundup of "creative projects" -- from products to events, from socks to a "Footbowl" shaped like a smushed soccer ball -- inspired by the World Cup. [Cool Hunting]  

Stars from music, film, TV, fashion and more were honored at the Glamour Awards. Among the honorees: "Avatar's" Zoe Saldana, "Glee's" Lea Michele, Lilly Allen, Nicole Richie (snagging "Entrepreneur of the Year" in the fashion category), Isabel Marant (Fashion Designer of the Year) and Glamour's woman of the year, Cheryl Cole. [Telegraph]

Gucci is launching a kids' line. [StyleList]

Diana dress The black taffeta dress that helped push a 19-year-old, newly engaged Lady Diana Spencer from school teacher to glamour queen sold at auction Tuesday for 192,000 British pounds ($276,426 American). [Telegraph]

Want a little beauty pick-me-up after endless hours of museum-browsing? London's Victoria and Albert has started commissioning fragrances to go with their exhibits and to sell in the museum's gift shop. [BellaSugar]

We've been telling you about the trend toward mass-market wedding dresses, but how are brides-to-be reacting? Well, the new J. Crew bridal boutique in NYC is already booked a month in advance for fittings. [The Cut]

-- Susan Denley

Photos: Top, Zoe Saldana, Credit: Al Seib/Los Angeles Times;

Bottom: Designer Elizabeth Emanuel with the dress she designed for Lady Diana Spencer that sold at auction Tuesday. Credit: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP

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