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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Kelly Osbourne, Joan Rivers are 'Fashion Police'

September 9, 2010 |  8:55 am

Kelly Kelly Osbourne has taken her share of thumbs-down over her style choices in the past, but now she will have a chance to opine on the taste of others. She is joining Joan Rivers on a new weekly show, "Fashion Police," which debuts Friday at 10:30 p.m. EDT on E! They will be aided by E's resident fashionista Giuliana Rancic and celebrity stylist George Kotsiopoulos. Should be fun to get a weekly chance to review celebrity outfits instead of having to wait for major events like Emmys and Oscars. [People] 

"L'Amour Fou," a documentary premiering Saturday at the Toronto Film Festival, explores the love story of late designer Yves Saint Laurent and his longtime partner, Pierre Bergé.  "I have never met a couple that stuck together for 50 years, through the ups and downs, and I thought it was simply extraordinary," said filmmaker Pierre Thoretton.  "Their love was unconditional. I have never seen anything like it and it still blows me away." [WWD]

Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise were a cuddly couple this week at a New York screening of her new film, "The Romantics," but that's not distracting Holmes from business. Besides launching a new movie, she is hard at work with stylist Jeanne Yang on the Holmes & Yang spring collection. [WWD]

Jessica Simpson launched her new denim line this week with a party featuring friends and family. Sis Ashlee and pal Cacee Cobb modeled; brother-in-law Pete Wentz played DJ; and beau Eric Johnson was on hand. Guests got a look at her Spring 2011 collection and received a pair of jeans as a gift. [People]

Fashion's Night Out, the global shopping event meant to stimulate fashion sales, is happening in New York and L.A. on Friday, but the Brits got a head start with FNO on Wednesday night in London. [WWD]

America's Gap has scored a style coup. To celebrate the opening of its first stores in Italy, Gap will offer a limited capsule collection designed by Valentino. The collection will be available beginning in November in just a handful of stores in London, Paris and Milan. [Telegraph]

Victoria and David Beckham make out in an elevator in a steamy ad for their upcoming his-and-hers fragrance, Intimately Beckham Yours. Voyeurism, anyone? [Daily Mail] 

Estée Lauder's new fragrance, Bloomin' Lovely, is a fresh, fruity floral that seems a bit more youthful than what Lauder usually offers. ( [BellaSugar] 

Could the new "it" accessory be a fan? French firm Duvelleroy hopes to bring back beautiful hand-held fans to complement every wardrobe. [T Magazine]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Kelly Osbourne in a Tony Ward gown at this year's Emmys. Credit: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times