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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Lindsay Lohan's courtroom dress sells out, but her fashion line isn't doing so well

February 11, 2011 |  8:23 am

Lindsay Lohan, now charged with theft of a necklace on top of her substance abuse and other problems, has retail woes, too. Her clothing and accessories line, 6126, has "quietly receded from the shelves of department and specialty stores," Women's Wear Daily reports. [WWD] (Subscription required.) 

But meanwhile the skintight white $575 Glavis minidress, above, that Lohan wore to court Feb. 9 to answer the grand theft charges has sold out online, says a rep for designer Kimberly Ovitz. Not sure whether there is a cause and effect here. [StyleList]

Everybody has been speculating about what Kate Middleton will wear when she weds Britain's Prince William on April 29, but what about the man himself? There's a new clue. The prince has been named a Colonel of the Irish Guards in the British army, Buckingham Palace announced Thursday. So perhaps he'll wed in the ceremonial uniform of the post, a scarlet jacket and black trousers with piping to match. [People]  

Kirsten Dunst will be the new face of Bulgari's fragrance Mon Jasmine Noir. [People]  

Vogue creative director Grace Coddington says her memoir is going to be delayed awhile because her co-writer Jay Felden has to get settled in his new job as editor of Town & Country. [New York Post]

Oscar de la Renta has taken over control of his fragrances from YSL Beauté (which had held the license) with plans to reinvigorate the brand. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Fresh from buying skincare line Ole Henricksen last week, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has acquired another natural luxury line, Nude skincare. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

--Susan Denley

Photo: Lindsay Lohan on her way to court wearing the white minidress. Credit: Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Times.