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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Nicole Richie teams with Gilt, David Tutera teams with Sears and YSL's ad is banned

February 2, 2011 |  8:40 am

-- Celebrity wedding planner David Tutera, host of "My Fair Wedding," is launching a line of wedding and engagement rings exclusively at Sears. (And the announcement comes on the eve of National Wedding Ring Day!) [WWD] (subscription required)

Anicole -- The very busy Nicole Richie, right, has teamed with Gilt Groupe for a full-price sale event Thursday featuring Richie's  House of Harlow 1960 and Winter Kate spring collections. [WWD] (subscription required) Gilt Groupe is busy too, having just launched the celebrity designer series our Melissa Magsaysay wrote about last week. [Los Angeles Times]

-- Did you wonder if that J. Crew wedding collection had legs? It seems so. Tori Spelling wore J. Crew last weekend when she was a bridesmaid in a friend's wedding. [People]

-- Young Scottish fashion designer Christopher Kane has won the British Fashion Council/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund prize, a monetary award given -- along with mentoring from the more experienced -- to help talented newcomers. [Telegraph]

-- Los Angeles based Band of Outsiders has opened its first New York showroom. [WWD] (subscription required)

-- A television ad for Yves Saint Laurent's Belle d'Opium fragrance has been banned in the U.K. for simulating -- or at least implying -- drug use. [Telegraph]  

-- Got a bad haircut? Don't despair; there are some steps you can take to fix it -- like going back to the salon or trying clip in extensions till it grows out. [BellaSugar]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Nicole Richie.  Credit: Jason Merritt / Getty Images