Your morning fashion and beauty report: Orlando Bloom fronts for Hugo Boss, Target plans a new Harlem-inspired collection, Chanel roars.
While many of us in Southern California have been shivering under July Sky (the June Gloom that's lingered around this year), it is scorching hot on the East Coast. Take a look at what women in Manhattan are wearing to beat the triple-digit heat -- including visiting QE II. [WWD]
Remember that dancing baby back in the early days of the Internet? Cute, but would you have tattooed it on your body for time immemorial? We thought not. But some people have been so wowed by Internet memes they've commemorated them with ink on flesh. I hope my spousal unit doesn't get any ideas about the annoying orange! [Huffington Post]
Orlando Bloom will be the front man for the new Boss Orange fragrance from Hugo Boss, in Europe at least. [People]
The "newest" hem length might be the midi-, not seen since the 1970s, if memory serves. [Telegraph]
Chanel's fall 2011 haute couture show in Paris was staged under a giant golden lion sculpture, and included a collection of elegant A-line and sheath dresses. [Huffington Post]
Target is opening a store in East Harlem and in honor of the occasion will offer Harlem-inspired limited edition collections from Isabel and Ruben Toledo and Stephen Burrows. Pieces will range in price from $4 to $35. They will be on sale in the East Harlem store starting July 26, but not to worry if you're not planning to be in New York. The collections are slated to go on sale online Aug.1. [People] For a peek at the merchandise, check out The Cut.
Surfer girl Anastasia Ashley shares her beachy beauty secrets. [BellaSugar]
Photo: The very boss Orlando Bloom. Credit: Dave Hogan/Getty Images