Your morning fashion and beauty report: Anna Paquin's wedding dress. 'The Tudors' wins best costume Emmy. And yes, you can repurpose a bridal gown.
This was a wedding you could sink your teeth into: "True Blood" stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer got married Saturday in Malibu. She wore a white halter-neck gown and Neil Lane jewelry; he was in a dark suit. [People]
Designer Joan Bergin and wardrobe supervisor Susan Cave won the Creative Arts Emmy for outstanding costume design for a series Saturday night for their work on "The Tudors." [IFTN] Designer Jenny Beavan and supervisor Alison Beard won for best costumes in a miniseries or movie for "Return to Cranford."
Grace Coddington fascinated us in last year's "The September Issue," and her work as Vogue's creative director fascinates us every month in that bible of fashion. Now -- and might we say finally! -- she is writing her autobiography. [WWD]
The first Fashion Law Institute is scheduled to launch in September at Fordham University. It is intended for lawyers, yes, but also for fashion designers. [Wall Street Journal]
Nordstrom has redesigned its website, adding interactive features, videos and more. [WWD] (Subscription required)
Global Traveler, Rocker Girl, Roaring Twenties and Clean Chic are among this fall's best looks, says Tabitha Simmons, the fashion stylist who is putting together the big Fashion's Night Out fashion show planned in New York in September. [Vogue]
An enormous print of the famous "Dovima with Elephants," showing the willowy model in a Dior gown next to circus elephants, is one of 60 works the Richard Avedon Foundation is putting on the auction block to raise money for a philanthropic effort supporting photography. [WWD]
A limited edition of jewelry by Temple St. Clair for Target will go on sale Aug. 29. [FabSugar]
Kimora Lee Simmons announced via Twitter that she is leaving her role as creative director of Baby Phat. [Styleite]
Laguna Beach designer Reem Khalil, who is showing at the town's Sawdust Festival this summer, can turn a wedding gown into a dress you'll keep using long after the ceremony. [StyleSection LA]
Photo: Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. Credit: Chris Pizzello/Associated Press.