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Natalia and Mariacarla Land Givenchy Campaign; Adam Senn Is a Hit With the Lohans

• Riccardo Tisci chose only models for his spring 2010 Givenchy campaign. Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot Natalia Vodianova and Mariacarla Boscono alongside male models Simon Nessman, Emil Dostovic, and Edward. Do you like it? [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• Lindsay Lohan is reportedly dating Adam Senn, a Dolce & Gabbana model who formerly starred on The City as Allie Crandell’s naughty boyfriend. He met her family over the weekend and they supposedly like him. [NYDN]

• The Martin Margiela suite at Les Sources de Caudalie hotel and spa near Bordeaux, France costs 650 euros and up per night (or $936 at current exchange), and includes a gift signed by the designer. [T Magazine/NYT]

• Teens aren’t spending as much money as they used to. Abercrombie and Hollister are secretly crying right now. [NYT]

Christy Turlington stars in the Bally spring 2010 campaign, shot by Raymond Meier, for the second season in a row. [WWD]

• Kohl’s is still looking for a location in Manhattan, but it might not be 1775 Broadway, as previously anticipated by the retailer. [StyleList]

Vivienne Westwood’s collection of wallpaper for Cole & Son launched this month and ranges from $87 to $298 per roll. [Shopping Blog]

• The company English Laundry is launching a collection inspired by how John Lennon dressed in the sixties. It will also feature the musician’s artwork and imagery, and Macy’s picked it up for spring. [WWD]

Mulberry released a bag in its spring collection named after Alexa Chung. [InStyle UK]

• People are still talking about this: Demi Moore’s lawyers wrote a letter to photographer Anthony Citrano demanding an apology after he made comments that her cover for W was Photoshopped. He refuses to apologize. [Page Six/NYP]

• The lingerie-inspired trend we saw on the spring runways is moving into swimwear with companies like Eres and Anna Maria La Bianca creating swimsuits that look like undergarments. [WWD]

Natalia and Mariacarla Land Givenchy Campaign; Adam Senn Is a Hit With the Lohans