Read About Cynthia Rowley’s Wardrobe; Get Ready for Lots More Daffy’s Stores

• Read what Cynthia Rowley wore every day for a week, during which she went trapeze swinging with her design team, planned her fall 2011 runway show, and attended her 6-year-old daughter’s pageant at school. [NYT]

• New Jersey–based retailer Daffy’s is opening a 28,000-square-foot store in the old New York Times building in Times Square as part of a nationwide expansion plan. [Crains]

• Topshop is selling a jacket that looks like it was, um, inspired by Chanel’s Yeti coats. [Racked]

• The Times profiled 19-year-old debutante Hadley Nagel, whose wardrobe includes a Madame Vionnet gown, Chanel handbags, and many pairs of Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo pumps. Her mother, Susan Nagel, says that this by no means makes her vapid: “There is nothing incongruent about being brilliant and loving fashion, by the way … Reports of John Adams at George Washington’s inauguration show that Adams was dressed in all finery … Talleyrand loved clothes.” [NYT]

• Beverly Johnson, known for being Vogue’s first black cover model, is reportedly upset that her abusive ex Mark Burk is getting his own show on the Golf Channel. [Page Six/NYP]

• Cathy Horyn predicts that designers will focus more on e-commerce and social networking in 2011. [On the Runway/NYT]

Read About Cynthia Rowley’s Wardrobe; Get Ready for Lots More Daffy’s Stores