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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Taylor-Burton love affair still lighting up fashion covers. Kim Cattrall changes her hairdo. Saint Laurent, Alexander Wang show resort collections

Elizabeth Get a sneak peek at the resort 2011 collection Yves Saint Laurent will show in New York on Thursday. [WWD]

And you can see what Alexander Wang has to offer too. [WWD]

Shorts are coming on strong, retailers say as they report double-digit increases in sales. I kind of hope it doesn't mean a return to 1970s-style hot pants. [WWD] (Subscription required)

Dame Elizabeth Taylor, one of the great beauties of all time, graces the cover of Vanity Fair's July issue in a swimsuit shot that must hail from sometime in the 1960s and a headline declaring "Greatest Romance of the Century." In the accompanying interview, she shares some excerpts from Richard Burton's love letters. [People]

Stars like Halle Berry, Megan Fox, Brian Austin Greene and Audrina Partridge are hitting the beach. See what they are wearing, if you need some inspiration of your own. [People]

All these "Sex and the City 2" premieres are getting pretty ho-hum. But there was breaking news at the Tokyo red-carpet event Tuesday: Kim Cattrell was wearing a bob. Gasp! [Huffington Post] 

How many pairs of shoes are too many? It's a question men and women have been, um, debating for years. Even celebrity couples, apparently. Orlando Bloom is caught fussing at his gorgeous girlfriend Miranda Kerr after a too-long day of shopping at Bergdorf Goodman's. [New York Post]

If you're still disappointed over not finding her limited-edition shoes at Target this spring, turn your attention to summer clothes: Twelfth St. by Cynthia Vincent is offering a range of warm-weather styles in cool candy colors. [FabSugar] 

Bridal and eveningwear designer Angel Sanchez is launching a new contemporary line, Sanchez. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Can one bar of soap really do it all, even if it is named the Wonderbar? [StyleList]

Five sunny summer beauty finds for under $20. [BellaSugar]

L.A.-based Rodarte teams with Knoll Deluxe to design drapery fabric. [Racked NY] 

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor in "Cleopatra."

 
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