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Fashion: Nancy Shevell wears Stella to marry Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney and new bride Nancy Shevell wave to well-wishers outside their London wedding. Credit: Jonathan Short / Associated Press

Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell married over the weekend and the bride wore Stella McCartney — of course! Oh, and so did the groom. Shevell wore a knee-length, v-neck white dress with fitted, button-up bodice and long sleeves. McCartney wore a dark blue suit, white shirt and light blue tie. Former Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr came in sneakers, T-shirt and blazer, but managed to look pretty dashing anyway. [Chicago Tribune] [Telegraph]

PHOTOS: Paul McCartney weds Nancy Shevell

Laila Ali has signed a multiyear contract to be spokeswoman for activewear brand Marika. [WWD] (subscription required)

The September calendar of designers showing their spring summer ready to wear collections has gotten crowded — so crowded that elbows are starting to fly. Sponsors of fashion weeks in New York and London are mad that Milan's schedule is starting to overlap theirs. Milan won't budge. And Vogue editors are threatening to boyott Milan next year. [WWD]

Tyra Banks' first novel, "Modelland," debuted Sunday at No. 2 on the New York Times' bestseller list in the children's chapter book category. [Cut]

Anderson Cooper added The Row's $39,000 backpack to CNN's "RidicuList," even though he says he likes designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. The price may seem ridiculous, but the backpack did sell out. [Cut]

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Photo: Paul McCartney and new bride Nancy Shevell wave to well-wishers outside their London wedding. Credit: Jonathan Short / Associated Press

 
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