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Fashion News: 'Twilight' stars wear the right shoes for Grauman's ceremony

November 4, 2011 |  9:25 am

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner
The "Twilight Trio" -- that would be Kristen Stewart Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner -- got their foot and hand prints immortalized in cement in a ceremony Thursday at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Stewart wore Brian Atwood high-heeled pumps for the red carpet, but -- prudent lady -- she slipped into checkered Vans for the footprint. The guys seemed to have the right shoes from the get-go. [Los Angeles Times]

U.S News & World Report took a look at 20 top diets to determine which is the healthiest, and coming out No. 1 was the DASH diet. More formally, the eating program is called Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, and it earned points for being nutritionally sound and including lots of produce. But it was only No. 8 on the list as far as weight loss. In that category, Weight Watchers placed first. [U.S. News & World Report]  

It's tough being a Victoria's Secret angel. Wearing that jeweled underwear can be a pain -- literally -- as former angel Selita Ebanks revealed a few months back. And as far as a personal life goes ... well, the most beautiful women in the world find it hard to date. So says Candice Swanepoel: "When people meet you it's hard to look past our job, what we look like. They are always trying to impress you, you know, like 'come to my mansion blah blah blah.'"  Yeah, sounds like a problem. [StyleList]

Meanwhile, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley says she's not walking in this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (which films Wednesday  and is scheduled to air on CBS on Nov. 29). Too busy working on other things to be an angel this year. [InStyle]

I was laughing so hard at Thursday's episode of "South Park" -- which poked fun at targets including Occupy Wall Street,  the tea party, class warfare, racial divisions and more -- that I didn't realize that Cartman's "Muscle Man Marc" doll was modeled on designer Marc Jacobs. Right down to the Clyde the Frog tattoo. Thanks to The Cut for pointing this out!  

Designer Geren Ford has opened new headquarters, the Annex, in Hollywood, including her first-ever retail space. It's open by appointment only, and one can be made by email. The space is warehouse-y, workshop-y and should be fun. [PopSugar LA]

Former British Vogue creative director Robin Derrick has been hired to assist Harper's Bazaar make itself over. The results are to be revealed in the March 2012 issue. [WWD]

Designer Tom Ford made a personal appearance at Bergdorf Goodman's in NYC to promote his new makeup line, and reportedly sold $52,000 of the stuff to eager customers. [WWD] (Subscription required)


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-- Susan Denley

Photo: Kristen Stewart is flanked by Robert Pattinson, left, and Taylor Lautner as the "Twilight" stars  are honored Thursday at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Credit: Valerie Macon / AFP/Getty Images