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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Michelle Obama gives some love to new designer. Rodarte won't get love for 'Black Swan.' And Jennifer Aniston had no love for the 'Rachel.'

January 19, 2011 |  8:52 am

Michelle Obama greeted Chinese President Hu Jintao on Wednesday morning wearing an ensemble from Roksanda Ilincic's fall 2010 collection. It's reportedly the first time the fashion-forward first lady has worn an outfit by the Belgrade-born designer, who studied and works in London. [WWD]

Arachel Remember the "Rachel," the hairstyle made famous by Jennifer Aniston back in her "Friends" days (pictured)? The look was copied by legions of women, but Aniston reveals to Allure magazine that she hated it! [StyleList] 

Rodarte, the Los Angeles-based fashion house that designed ballet costumes for "Black Swan," won't get credit if the film wins for costume design in the many Hollywood awards shows this season. Instead, Amy Westcott will take the credit because she received the "front credit" as costume designer for the film, while Rodarte's Mulleavy sisters, Laura and Kate, only received a back-end credit for the 40 costumes they created. [Fashionista] [Hollywood Reporter]

AnnaLynne McCord wears nothing but purses in new ads for Marc Ecko's handbag line. The campaign launches in March. [People]

For grown-up Hello Kitty fans, the cute little kitten has a new makeup collaboration with Sephora. [BellaSugar]

M Cohen Handmade Designs plans to open a shop at 8362 W. 3rd St. in Los Angeles, according to the "Coming Soon" sign in the store window. Israeli designer Maor Cohen creates men's, women's and unisex jewelry. [Mondette]

We told you last week that mass retailer Target plans to expand into Canada; but now it looks like there's going to be a legal battle over who owns the rights to the name Target up north. There's already a small Canadian chain called Target Apparel. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Bria Murphy, the 21-year-old daughter of Eddie and Nicole Murphy, will be the new face of Dark & Lovely, the leading beauty brand for women of color. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Jennifer Aniston, sporting the "Rachel." Credit: Andrew Eccles / NBC