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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Who is Lady Gaga wearing in 'Alejandro?' Looks from the CMT awards, Net-a-porter branches out

June 10, 2010 |  9:03 am

Country's biggest stars, and some Hollywood royalty, wore a mix of designers at the CMT awards Wednesday night. Red carpet looks included Taylor Swift in Galliano, Leann Rimes in Mara Hoffman, plus Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, Nicole Kidman, Jada Pinkett Smith and even Snooki and The Situation. [People]

Designer Thom Browne is branching into women's wear -- again. [WWD] (Subscription required)

Meanwhile, online retailer Net-a-porter is branching into men's wear, with plans to launch Mr Porter in January.  [Telegraph]

Lady Gaga's new "Alejandro" video features styles from Emporio Armani, Alexander McQueen, Haus of Gaga (of course) and more. [Huffington Post] 

Diane von Furstenberg shares her secrets for hosting a dinner party, such as the one she threw this week for French film director Daniele Thompson: Act like a guest. [WWD] 

Katherine Heigl, en route to London Wednesday for that city's premiere of her new movie, "Killers," tried out a very retro, hairsprayed-to-the-max bouffant, in shades of brown.  [People]

Get an inside look at how Decadestoo lands never-worn designer clothes to sell on consignment and a peek inside the closet of a socialite with too many Chanels in her Malibu vacation home's closets. [Wall Street Journal]

Designers keep rolling out those Cruise '11 collections. From Zac Posen to Balenciaga and Michael Kors, looks are fresh and fun. [FabSugar]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: A men's look from Thom Browne's Fall 2010 collection. We wonder what he'll do for women?

Credit: Peter Stigter and Jonas Gustavsson for the Los Angeles Times