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Jean Paul Gaultier’s New Diet Coke Bottle Revealed; Lila Moss Has Fashion Playdates

Erin Wasson for <em>S Moda</em>.
Erin Wasson for S Moda. Photo: Eric Guillemain/S Moda

• Jean Paul Gaultier’s third and “highly anticipated” Diet Coke bottle design has been revealed. It has tattoos of sorts printed on it. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• Kate Moss’s daughter, Lila, stages fashion shoots during her playdates. Iris Law (daughter of Sadie Frost and Jude Law) told Amuse magazine: “My god-sister, Lila, and I have got into the habit of creating little photo shoots every time we see each other. I enjoy this, because it’s everything I love in one go: it’s creative, it makes you think. It’s fashion.” [Telegraph UK]

• Erin Wasson, who acts in the surely Oscars-bound Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, covers the most recent issue of S Moda, photographed by Eric Guillemain. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• After shutting down her lines in 2009, Veronique Branquinho is relaunching her brand, beginning with a spring 2013 women’s ready-to-wear show during Paris Fashion Week in September. [WWD]

• Louis Vuitton is opening seven pop-up shops in for its collaboration with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. One will be inside Vuitton’s Soho boutique. [WWD]

• Girls’s stars Zosia Mamet and Allison Williams appear in editorials for Bullett and Canada’s Fashion Magazine, respectively. [Fashion Etc]

• OMG! Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé were spotted together at a concert on Friday! [NYDN]

• With the brand’s overhaul, vintage YSL products should soar in value. [Fashionista]

• U.S. Customs seized $193,800 worth of fake Levi’s jeans on Friday. [WWD]

• When asked about what age she knew she wanted to work in magazines, Sally Singer said: “I know that when I was really young — like, you know, eleven, twelve … twelve probably — I wrote to Andy Warhol at Interview, because I thought I could be an intern, in a handwritten letter. I remember doing it because I was so obsessed with Interview and those kinds of magazines. I had no concept of how one actually did that and I knew no one that had actually worked on a magazine, so it was more of a fantastical relationship, I would say.” [Oyster]

• Gothamist talked to ten New Yorkers how they felt about grown men wearing flip flops. Sample responses: “I don’t speak to flip flop-wearing men,” and “OOOHH THE MANDAL? They have to, honestly, get a pedicure. Or just have really nice looking feet.” [Gothamist]

• Tom Brady says he’s in charge of his hair, not Gisele: “She likes pretty much what I like. She leaves it to me … Every man should know, if you’re comfortable and you like it, you should do it.” [Sports Illustrated via People]

Gaultier’s New Diet Coke; Lila Moss’s Playdates