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[UPDATED] Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Justin Bieber's new perfume bottle looks familiar; Duchess of Cambridge causes (another) fashion frenzy

June 1, 2011 |  9:00 am


In Britain, the Duchess of Cambridge has created a frenzy for High Street retailers such as Reiss. Just a couple of days after the duchess wore the brand's body-hugging, nude-colored "Shola" shift dress to meet the Obamas, the style went flying off the racks and sold out. Even knockoff versions in British stores are going quickly, indicating that the Shola likely will be seen everywhere this summer. [Daily Telegraph]

Pop star Lily Allen must have been bitten by the fashion bug while posing as the face of Chanel. She has a vintage store in London called Lucy in Disguise, and she's launched a vintage-inspired clothing line by the same name. Think '70s-style jumpsuits, '30s-inspired tea dresses and frilly and full '50s-style skirts. [Vogue UK]

LRG co-founder Jonas Bevacqua was found dead on Monday in his Laguna Beach home. The Irvine-based clothing label fused a West Coast skate lifestyle with streetwear and hip-hop sensibilities, creating a new and influential genre that struck a chord with music and sports stars. [Los Angeles Times] [Updated June 8 at 11:13 a.m. This item originally incorrectly said Bevacqua was found in Laguna Hills.]

Jessica Biel spills her beauty secrets, including the power of Dove soap and the use of a gray eyebrow pencil to fill in her brows. The Revlon spokeswoman is promoting the cosmetics brand's new line of eyelash-growing makeup, called Grow Luscious. [Bella Sugar]

Justin Bieber just unveiled his first women's perfume, called Someday, and the rose-shaped top looks strikingly similar to the bottle for Marc Jacobs' Lola. Apparently, both have fruity floral notes too, but Jacobs isn't phased. Let's see what he thinks when thousands of screaming teens are clamoring for the Bieber bottle. [Style List]

Stretch out that long-weekend tan with a bevy of golden bronzers that add a hint of shimmer to the skin. []

The street-style factor at the Sasquatch music festival in Washington state may have Coachella beat. Concert-goers were slightly more rugged and certainly inspired by the indie vibe of the Pacific Northwest. []



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Photo: The Duchess of Cambridge, wearing the Reiss "Shola" dress, meets First Lady Michelle Obama. Credit: Associated Press