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Your Morning fashion and beauty report: Michael Jackson still king of style.

June 25, 2010 |  8:54 am
Fans Friday are mourning the death one year ago of pop king Michael Jackson. Jackson was also the king of pop style, and his impact on fashion is still felt. Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore explained how his idiosyncratic flair influenced the fashion world. [LAT] 

Kristen Stewart (in Elie Saab), Robert Pattinson (in Gucci) and Taylor Lautner looked fangtastic Thursday night at the L.A. premier of "Eclipse," the latest Twilight movie, which opens Wednesday. [Wall Street Journal]  

Remember when a good book was just a good book? Now who knows where it will lead? Fresh has teamed with Sony for a new "Eat, Pray, Love" fragrance line based on Elizabeth Gilbert's bestseller. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Meanwhile, YSL reaches back to the past with Belle d'Opium, a modern take on the house's signature scent from he '70s. French actress Melanie Thierry will be the face of the fragrance. [Instyle UK]

You may not recognize their names but if you're interested in fashion, you've seen their work. Photographers Inez and Vinoodh have worked with ateliers Gucci, Pucci, Isabel Marant, Givenchy, YSL...the list goes on and on. And their shoots have appeared in Vogue, Bazaar and all the major glossies. Now the husband-wife team is celebrating 25 years in the business. [FabSugar]

Model Miranda Kerr flashes the diamond engagement ring newly slipped on her finger by fiance Orlando Bloom. [Us]  

Remember a few years ago when the City of Angels sprouted artistically decorated angels all over town? The angels delighted us for awhile, then were auctioned off for a good cause. Chicago did something similar with cows. Now the Big Apple has put its own spin on the idea: 32 fashion designers, including Michael Kors, Donna Karan and Isabel Toledo, have decked out fiberglass mannequins which will be on view till Sept. 3. [The Cut]

--Susan Denley

Photo: Michael Jackson  Credit: Reuters