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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Style at the Daytime Emmys. Michael Jackson's glove sells at auction. Clothes for a fab honeymoon

June 28, 2010 |  9:01 am

Sex sells: Abercrombie & Fitch is bringing back its notorious racy catalogs, which were discontinued in 2007. [Wall Street Journal]

Cult British makeup brand Illamasqua debuts on American soil, at Sephora. [StyleList] 

The New Orleans Museum of Art opens a new exhibit June 30, "Scents and Sensibility," all about the history of perfume. You can catch it through Oct. 24. [BellaSugar]

Dressing for a beach wedding? Say no to flip-flops, yes to sunscreen. [Huffington Post]

Rachael Ray, Marie Osmond and Susan Lucci all wore fancy dresses for the Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday, but Blue Man Group looked -- well, one can't say ordinary -- the same as they always do. Take a look at our sister blog The Envelope. 

Janine Jarman, a finalist on Bravo's "Shear Genius," was married over the weekend in a gown from Jared Gold, and, while some brides change clothes for the reception, she changed her hairstyle. [People]

Dior mounted a one-day-only exhibition of couture gowns -- and lipsticks-- in Paris last week. [WWD]

Fendi offers a new watch that is part timepiece, part mood-ring, and it's patented. [WWD] (Subscription required)

Stylist Rachel Zoe dishes on client Cameron Diaz's style: The star trusts her own instincts. [InStyle]

Planning a Buenos Aires honeymoon? Take a look at 15 great pieces to take along, from bikini to flirty little dress. [FabSugar] 

A crystal glove that Michael Jackson wore on tour in 1984 has fetched $190,000 at auction. [Popeater] 

Dove is seeking "real women" for its latest reality advertising campaign. But not too real. No tattoos, no scars, not too curvy, not too athletic. [The Cut]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: The never-changing look of Blue Man Group. Credit: Chris Pizzello / Associated Press