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Fashion News: 'The Hunger Games' inspires a line of nail polish

November 15, 2011 |  8:28 am

Fans got a look atChloe Morets "The Hunger Games" trailer Monday, and now comes word that the popular teen dystopia series will be immortalized in a nail polish collection. That's right — no pop culture phenomenon is too strange to deserve its own line of nail polish. China Glaze plans to release The Hunger Games collection in February with colors inspired by Katness, District 12, The Seam and more. [Bella Sugar]

Chloe Kardashian Odom presented her half-sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner with a "stylish sisters" award at Sunday's Hollywood Style Awards. Chloe Moretz received the "one to watch" award and Alice Temperley of Temperley London — who designed the emerald green gown Pippa Middleton wore at the royal wedding reception — was named designer of the year. [People]

Miley Cyrus took up the cause of realistic body images over the weekend, tweeting a caution to anyone who calls her fat.  "By calling girls like me fat this is what you're doing to other people," she tweeted, along with a photo of an emaciated woman. She also sent a photo of Marilyn Monroe: "Proof that you can be adored by thousands of men even when your thighs touch."  [The Cut]

Joseph Altuzarra is this year's CFDA/Vogue fashion fund winner. The award, which goes to an emerging designer, comes with $300,000 and lots of mentoring from more established designers. [The Cut]

Disney and cosmetics company Pixi have teamed up for a line of Tinkerbelle makeup, to be on sale at Target next spring. [Racked]

Women's Wear Daily asked a roster of big-name designers for their ideas on fixing the economy. Karl Lagerfeld would require people at a certain income level to shop. Michel Kors suggested stimulating the fashion industry by making clothes that would make the wearer look thinner and younger, thereby eliminating the need to spend money at the cosmetic surgeon's office; and Markus Lupfer was all for requiring manufacturers to create a certain percentage of their wares in their own countries, thereby creating jobs. [WWD (subscription required)]


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Photo: Actress Chloe Moretz was named "one to watch" at the Hollywood Style Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles. Credit: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images