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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Catching up with Isaiah Mustafa, why Mariah Carey apparently is in maternity clothes and Maria Sharapova's looks

August 26, 2010 |  8:55 am
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-- There's been no official word about whether Mariah Carey is expecting, but maybe clothes tell the tale. The singer was seen stepping out in what looked like A Pea in The Pod brown, spaghetti strap sundress. [People]

-- This takes the trend marrying art, fashion and commerce to a whole new level: The renowned Martin Scorsese has made a film for Chanel's men's fragrance Bleu de Chanel. [People]

-- Tennis stars Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were to model Nike outfits they'll wear at the U.S. Open next week at a charity event Wednesday night. Sharapova's flirty, mint green number looked fresh in a sneak preview!  [InStyle]

-- Off the court, Sharapova looks great too, and can even look chic and together wearing Philip Lim sequined shorts. The key to a pop like sequined shorts is mixing them with low-key pieces, such as a silk blazer. [FabSugar]

-- Isaiah Mustafa's original Old Spice commercial won a creative arts Emmy and has led to several movie offers for the horse-riding, towel-wearing star. We can't wait to see more of him. (So to speak.) [StyleSectionLA]

-- Rebecca Minkoff will launch a shoe collection next spring. [WWD]

-- Tiffany has been famous for the little blue box forever. Now on Sept. 1., the jewelry staple is launching a line of handbags, all embellished in some way with that robin's egg blue. The bags will be available in a dozen U.S. Tiffany stores. And with prices ranging from $395 to $17,500, they definitely are for the luxury buyer. [Wall Street Journal] 

-- American Apparel's woes are resonating, even across the pond, where pundits are dissecting what went wrong. [Guardian]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Isaiah Mustafa in his award-winning commercial. Credit: Proctor & Gamble

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