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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Ryan Reynolds, 'Sexiest Man.' JLo and Marc Anthony in deal with Kohl's. Rachel Zoe will soon be wearing maternity clothes.

November 18, 2010 |  8:12 am

People magazine has dubbed Ryan Reynolds the Sexiest Man Alive and it doesn't seem to have anything to do with what he wears (despite the skintight getup he dons in the upcoming "Green Latern"). He jokes that things will change now around his house, when wife Scarlett Johannson (no slouch herself!) commands, "Sexiest man, take out the garbage."  [People]

Celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe confirms what's been the topic of speculation for weeks: she's pregnant. Can incredibly stylish maternity clothes be far behind? We think not! [People]

"Project Runway" star Heidi Klum, 37, tells Self magazine that the ultimate beauty secret for women who are growing older is to have a little meat on the bone. That's right. Too thin isn't in. She says. [People]

But maybe that isn't true for men. Reports are that "men's furnishings" -- one of my favorite phrases -- will feature slimmer fits for spring. [WWD] (Subscription required.) 

Celebrity deal of the day: Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony are expected to announce a deal with Kohl's for a new "lifestyle" collection. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Thanks to BellaSugar for tipping us off to a neat service from Brilliant Beauty and Color Today: its daily hair forecast. You just plug in your hair type and ZIP Code, and the website responds with your local weather forecast and tips on how to wear your hair to suit the conditions. (It's a bit damp and foggy this morning in my little corner of L.A., so for my straight hair, I am to use a light volumizing spray at the root, and eschew all other products.) 

Micaela Beckwith, formerly with ritzy consignment store DecadesToo, has opened her own vintage designer consignment store in Brentwood with two stylist partners, Karuna Tillmon and Miriam Sternoff.  Curate Couture is  stocked with all the recognizable names, from Balenciaga to Zac Posen. [StyleSectionLA]

The Hope Diamond was the guest of honor at a fashionable soiree at Harry Winston on Tuesday. It was only the fifth time the world's most famous gem has left its permanent home at the Smithsonian, and stars including Halle Berry and Leighton Meester came out to pay homage. The occasion included discussion of the new Harry Winston Hope foundation, which will aid educational charities across the globe. [WWD]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Ryan Reynolds.  Credit: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times