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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Will Lindsay Lohan's troubles help her clothing line? It's possible

July 8, 2010 |  8:49 am

Now that Lindsay Lohan is going to be out of circulation for a while -- after being sentenced to 90 days in jail (which will probably end up being 25) followed by 90 days in substance abuse rehab -- might it actually boost her 6126 clothing line? So say fashion optimists. Nothing like a little notoriety to spice things up. [WWD] 

And fashionistas be warned: When you are getting a manicure for your court date, be careful how you glam it up. Ms. Lohan is drawing fire for the expletive she had written across one of her nails during sentencing. It was a joke, she says. Uh-huh. [Los Angeles Times]

It's not exactly equal opportunity, given all the rigid rules for women, but now Iran is cracking down on men's looks -- specifically, the mullet. It's been banned along with a few other men's hairstyles. [Gawker]

Valentino, the jet-set designer with more than five decades of couture to his credit, launched his archives with a star-studded party at his chateau Wednesday night that drew the likes of celebrity fans Gwyneth Paltrow, Blake Lively, Clair Danes and Jessica Alba. [Telegraph] [WWD] Earlier in the day, the house showed its haute couture line for fall 2010 in Paris. [Telegraph]

What gets between Zoe Saldana and her Calvins? Not much, in her sexy new ads for Calvin Klein undies. [People]

Creative Nail Design, with its new Shellac Hybrid Nail Color manicure, is one of several companies offering a chip-free manicure that lasts for two weeks. [Chicago Tribune] Another alternative is the Minx manicure, which we've explained before. [Los Angeles Times]

Mary J. Blige is extending her line with a sunglass collection that will go on sale at Nordstrom and Bergdorf Goodman this fall. [WWD]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: A look from Lindsay Lohan's 6126 line  Credit: 6126