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Nina Ricci Takes Legal Action Against Twilight Fragrance

• After Twilight released a perfume that looked suspiciously similar to Nina Ricci’s, Nina Ricci (owned by Puig) announced today that the label is taking legal action against the Twilight makers. So vampires can get away with bloodsucking, but not trademark infringement? Got it. [Now Smell This]

• The campaign for Burberry’s new unisex fragrance The Beat features boys frolicking in skinny pants. [Fashionisto]

• Cintra Wilson visits the Soho Sephora for this week’s Critical Shopper column. One sales girl tells her she can’t live without dry shampoo because you “never know where you might wake up.” Speak for yourself, sister. [NYT]

• A new study says that people in Denmark, Brazil, and Malaysia are more inclined to spend money on beauty products than people in Great Britain and the United States. That must mean our societies aren’t superficial at all, right? [BellaSugar]

• If you’ve been waiting for the next Blue Satin from Chanel, it’s here: Vendetta, a deep, shimmery purple. [All Lacquered Up]

Nina Ricci Takes Legal Action Against Twilight Fragrance