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Urban Outfitters in Trouble for Jewish Star T-Shirt; Victoria Beckham Fêtes New Range Rover

Lindsey Wixson for German <em>Vogue</em>.
Lindsey Wixson for German Vogue. Photo: Terry Richardson for Vogue Germany

The Anti-Defamation League of Philadelphia called Urban Outfitters’s “Jewish Star” T-shirt “extremely distasteful and offensive” and asked that it be removed from stores. [HuffPo]

 Lindsey Wixson pairs cowboy boots with summer attire in a German Vogue spread, photographed by Terry Richardson. [Design Scene]

 Victoria Beckham celebrated her new Range Rover design in Beijing over the weekend. It’s called the “Evoque,” and it costs about $130,000. [Catwalk Queen]

This year’s Scottish Fashion Award nominees include Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders, April Crichton of Sonia Rykiel, and Holly Fulton. The ceremony will be held in Glasglow on June 11. [Daily Front Row]

After saying his Top Model elimination was no big surprise (“I’m friends with Tyra and the producers. There had been a discussion … that something like this would happen.”), Nigel Barker told TMZ, “Good luck to whoever [replaces me]. I would imagine it’s a tricky thing to replace someone who’s going on their 19th season.” [TMZ]

Noted Miss J: “I didn’t even get to runway for my life!” Tear. [Us]

ANTM’s cousin Australia’s Next Top Model reportedly won’t be back this year because the network couldn’t find a “suitable” host. Tyra? [Daily Telegraph]

The third Fashion in Film Festival, “If Looks Could Kill,” will run from May 4 to 13 at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens. [NYT]

Wal-Mart is looking into claims made by the New York Times that executives at Wal-Mart Mexico paid bribes in 2005 to acquire permits in order to build stores south of the border. [WWD]

H&M will open its first store in Latin American come fall, in Mexico City’s shopping mall Centro Santa Fe. [WWD]

Urban Outfitters’ Jewish Star Tee; Beckham’s Car