Your morning fashion and beauty report: Kate Bosworth launches online jewelry site. Beth Ditto's Gaultier catwalk stroll gets plenty of attention during Paris Fashion Week.
Actress Kate Bosworth and stylist Cher Coulter have launched an e-commerce site, JewelMint.com which features jewelry designed by the duo. To purchase, consumers must subscribe to the site for a monthly fee of $29.99. Then you can buy one new piece per month (most prices are more than $100.) The site allows you to show off your new jewelry to friends via Facebook and Twitter. [People]
In case you missed it, the quite round Gossip singer Beth Ditto is a fixture on the front rows of fashion shows, but during Paris Fashion Week she took to the catwalk, strutting for John Paul Gaultier. Ditto has a book of fashion tips slated to come out next spring. [Los Angeles Times]
Also during the weekend's events in Paris, celebs including Janet Jackson and Rupert Everett attended designer Karl Lagerfeld's screening of a film commemorating his collaboration with Italian brand Hogan. [WWD]
Oregon state health officials say they have found that even supposedly formaldehyde-free Brazilian Blowout formulations contain small amounts of the dangerous chemical. [BellaSugar] Brazilian Blowout continues to maintain that the formula for the hair-straightening treatment is formaldehyde-free and is conducting its own investigation.
Beleaguered American Apparel won some breathing room from its lender last week in its bankruptcy case and now is scouting for new management. [WWD] (Subscription required.)
-- Susan Denley
Photo: Kate Bosworth. Credit: Carlos Chavez / Los Angeles Times