Audrey News To Know This Week

Behind the scenes with Blake Lively:

Go behind the scenes with S on her latest shoot for lucky, which features editor in chief of the US glossy and an interview with the star herself, delving into her love of fashion and her career. [ETOnline]

Atterley Road now delivers to Aus:

Stocking droolworthy labels like Iro, Petit Bateau, Maison Scotch and Whistles, we could not be more excited that Atterley Road is now delivering down under! Plus they are currently hosting a sale! [Atterley Road]

Even Olivia Palermo recycles her clothes:

Yep that’s right, the last person you would ever expect to rewear a dress, Olivia Palermo, shows us how you can totally reinvent an outfit without having to splash out on a new one! [Stylebistro]

Vanity Fair’s best dressed list leaves out some big names:

Keri Washington took out the top spot for Vanity Fair’s best dressed list, but there was some big names left off the list. Michelle Obama, Marion Cotillard and Diane Kruger were noticably absent plus the readers choice aspect of this year saw fashion blogger Hallie Swanson make the list over them. Thoughts?

Former Tiffany’s VP steals $2.1 million in jewels:

The 46 year old former VP who has been with the company since 1991 thought her crime was the perfect one, until she was caught red handed! [Fashionisa]

Nasty Gal copies another high fashion designer:

Not for the first time has Nasty Gal been called out for taking more than just “inspiration” from high fashion designers like Michael Kors, Alexander Wang and Stella McCartney. The latest is a black and white shift dress from Marc Jacobs which is stitch for stitch identical and selling on the Nasty Gal website. Do you think they should be held accountable? [The Fashion Law]

Katy Perry’s intense Vogue diet:

You may remember the criticised Katy Perry cover for Vogue (below) and now Perry has revealed her three months of extreme dieting, vitamining and lifestyle overhaul for the shoot. Was it worth it? [philly]

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