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Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Mulberry makes a splash at Coachella. Mary Louise Parker's good looks. And Chelsea Kane's dancing diet.

April 18, 2011 |  8:39 am

Our Booth Moore wrote about the phenomenon of big companies sponsoring parties at the Coachella music festival, which wrapped up Sunday. Even British brand Mulberry hopped across the pond to host a splash party. Eliza Doolittle, Nicole Richie and Alexa Chung were among the attendees. [Telegraph] [Los Angeles Times]

And you can take a look back at the fashionable flock attending the music fest in the desert here.

Aparker Forty-six-year-old beauty Mary Louise Parker attributes her good looks to genes. And no hard partying, drinking or drugs. She eats healthfully and uses sunblock. Her only beauty regret is trying a keratin smoothing hair treatment -- a.k.a. the controversial Brazilian Blowout. It contributed to hair loss, she says. [T magazine]

What keeps Chelsea Kane in top form for "Dancing With the Stars"? Red Bull and a doughnut a day. [People]

Reese Witherspoon wore a white Jason Wu cocktail dress embellished with black beading to pose for publicity shots with "Water for Elephants" co-star Robert Pattinson. [People] For more on the New York premiere of the film, check out our photo gallery. 

If you're planning a wedding, you can save big bucks and be kind of eco-friendly by buying a previously worn (i.e., used) gown. Just be sure to do some due diligence and first ask a lot of questions about use, care, measurements (not just size) and specifically what is included in the price. [SavvySugar] 

Looks we're not ready for: Viveca Fox attended an event at Miami's Vault nightclub, posing on the red carpet in a pink halter and white skinny jeans, ripped at the knees. [The Cut]

When Dylan Lauren marries hedge funder Paul Arrouet, her dogs will be the flower girl and ring bearer. Dressed in couture from her dad, Ralph Lauren, of course. [The Cut] 

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Mary Louise Parker. Credit: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images