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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Keith Richards looks the part at book party, Angelina Jolie looks the part at premiere, 'Black Swan' reminds us of other ballet looks

December 7, 2010 |  8:45 am

-- Keith Richards looked like the aging rock god he is at a party thrown by Louis Vuitton at the Gramercy Park Hotel in honor of his autobiography, "Life." There was the eyeliner, the bandana holding back the graying mane and the skull-bedecked scarf tossed around his neck. His wife, former model Patti Hansen, says she still hasn't read the book all the way through, because after 30 years of marriage, "you kind of figure you know the story." [WWD]

-- Angelina Jolie looked radiant at Monday night's New York premiere of her new film, "The Tourist," dressed in a long-sleeve white gown, slit almost to the hip, from Atelier Versace. Brad Pitt looked decidedly more casual in a sweater, scarf and the stubble that seems to be mandatory for male stars. [People]

-- In honor of the ballet film "Black Swan" (pictured above), Fashionista has posted its top 10 picks for best ballet-inspired fashion pictorials. Work from mags including Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar and InStyle is included and a couple feature stars, such as Julianne Moore channeling a Degas ballerina in Harper's in May 2008 and Zoe Saldana en pointe in InStyle in April 2008.

-- Prada's Miuccia Prada boosted her art-world credentials on Monday night when she presented the award to the winner of the 2010 Turner Prize at the Tate Britain in London. The fashion designer is a collector of contemporary art. [Telegraph] 

-- Lauren Luke, one of YouTube's best known beauty advisors, has a book and a cosmetics line under her belt. Now she's about to launch an ap for iPads, iPods and iPhones. [BellaSugar]

-- Stocking stuffer idea, via StyleSectionLa: a cute pair of fingerless gloves. They seem to be, er, All the Rage. Why? Because you can wear them while texting, of course!

-- Susan Denley

Photo: "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky on the set with star Natalie Portman. Credit: Niko Tavernise / Fox Searchlight