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Style & Design: Marilyn Monroe uncovered, The Big Lebowski's L.A., and more

See the iconic — and oft-imitated — photographs of Marilyn Monroe in lensman Douglas Kirkland’s memoir With Marilyn: An Evening/1961. [Complex]

Dude, where’s the Hollywood Star Lanes? Two men go in search of the L.A.-area locations seen in the 1998 movie The Big Lebowski. [Yahoo Movies]

Meat is murder — and cats make interesting headgear. Animal rights activist Morrissey stars in a new ad for PETA. [Pitchfork]

You can learn a lot about a superhero by the font he uses. [Flavorwire]

American Idol alum Kelli Pickler strips down to her (designer) undies to pay tribute to the troops. [People Stylewatch]

Karl Lagerfeld unveils his Olympic-themed capsule collection in London. [Vogue UK]

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Style and Design: Madonna’s thong incident, Bane’s leather jacket, and more
Style and Design: Lana Del Rey fronts H&M, crafty ‘Breaking Bad’ tributes and more

Style and Design: Madonna's thong incident, Bane's leather jacket, and more

Guns, thongs and crosses — see Madonna’s most controversial concert accessories. [Huffington Post]

The Dark Knight Rises baddie Bane has got good taste in leather jackets. [GQ]

Not sure how to get from Jurassic Park to the Valley of the Dolls? Consult this street map made up of more than 900 classic movie titles. [Flavorwire]

Louis Vuitton has filed an appeal following the dismissal of its case against Warner Bros. for using a fake LV bag in The Hangover II. [Vogue UK]

Heidi Klum confirms that two contestants dropped out of the 10th season of Project Runway before she even had a chance to say “Auf wiedersehen.” [Styleite]

Watch the creative geniuses behind Paranorman bring stop-motion zombies to life. [io9]

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Style and Design: Lana Del Rey fronts H&M, crafty ‘Breaking Bad’ tributes and more
‘Dark Knight Rises’ Style: Batman’s bespoke Armani suits
Style and Design: Robert Pattinson’s ‘Breaking Dawn’ toupee, the $200,000 ‘Spider-Man’ cover and more

Style and Design: Lana Del Rey fronts H&M, crafty 'Breaking Bad' tributes and more

Lana Del Rey channels L.A. Noir and croons “Blue Velvet” as the face of Swedish retailer H&M’s fall fashion campaign.  [WWD]

Check out Walter White paper dress-up dolls, “Better Call Saul” needlepoint and more Breaking Bad tributes created by crafty fans. [Mental Floss]

Nobody can rock a crop top like Gwen Stefani. Look back at the No Doubt frontwoman’s greatest fashion moments. [The Cut]

They may not get out of bed for less than $10,000, but supermodels like Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss are willing to walk the runway at the Olympics Closing Ceremony for £1. [Fashion Etc.]

Speaking of the Olympics, the controversy continues over Team USA’s Opening Ceremony uniforms. [StyleWatch]

Emily Maynard reveals the name of…the nail polish color she’s been wearing throughout this season of The Bachelorette. [InStyle]

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Style and Design: Robert Pattinson’s ‘Breaking Dawn’ toupee, the $200,000 ‘Spider-Man’ cover and more
Style and Design: Katy Perry’s banned bra, Bryan Cranston’s ‘Breaking Bad’ makeover and more
Style and Design: The ‘Clueless’ fashion comeback, Adam Levine’s faux facial hair and more

'Dark Knight Rises' style: Batman's bespoke Armani suits

Batman isn’t the only one who got a wardrobe upgrade when director Christopher Nolan took the helm of the superhero franchise. After overseeing the redesign of the batsuit, costumer Lindy Hemming enlisted Giorgio Armani to add some bespoke style to Bruce Wayne’s look for The Dark Knight. In The Dark Knight Rises, Wayne’s closet is once again filled with elegant suits — including this two-button charcoal number complete with custom label. The Italian designer also outfitted Gary Oldman, Michael Caine and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and provided Anne Hathaway with accessories from his collections. I’m guessing Hathaway’s Armani accoutrements were used in scenes where she appears as Selena Kyle — Catwoman’s night vision goggles aren’t exactly hot off the runway.

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Style and Design: Robert Pattinson's 'Breaking Dawn' toupee, the $200,000 'Spider-Man' cover and more

Did Edward Cullen get a makeover? Robert Pattinson says he was forced to wear an “orange wig” during re-shoots for The Twilight SagaBreaking Dawn — Part 2. [StyleWatch]

A one-of-a-kind Todd McFarlane Spider-Man #1 cover drawing is expected to shatter comic art auction records when it hits the block. [io9]

Rihanna will design a capsule collection for British fashion label River Island. [Vogue UK]

From Oliver Twist’s gruel to Captain Ahab’s clam chowder, graphic designer Dinah Fried whips up famous meals from classic novels. [Flavorwire]

Could Lenny Kravitz be the next Ralph Lauren? Yes, according to Lenny Kravitz. [Telegraph]

Brad Pitt enlists architect Frank Gehry to help rebuild New Orleans’ 9th Ward. [ArtInfo]

Style and Design: The 'Clueless' fashion comeback, Adam Levine's faux facial hair and more


“Do you prefer fashion victim or ensembly challenged?” The return of 90s style has editors at The Coveteur wondering if designers have been re-watching Amy Heckerling’s Clueless. [The Coveteur]

Adam “Grizzly Man” Levine grooms himself on the set of Can a Song Save Your Life in New York City.  [Caught on Set]

Amy Winehouse’s stylist shares photos of the tour dresses the singer never got a chance to wear. [NY Times]

CBS commissioned artist Ty Mattson to create a set of stylish posters celebrating the network’s most successful TV series. [Flavorwire]

A new fragrance called Paper Passion captures the smell of freshly-printed pages. [mhpbooks.com]

It wasn’t just the most bizarre Grammys outfit ever — Lady Gaga says she hatched the idea for her egg-shaped perfume bottle during her time inside the shell. [WWD]

Style and Design: Katy Perry's banned bra, Bryan Cranston's 'Breaking Bad' makeover and more

Katy Perry is no longer allowed to wear her peppermint bustier after her hair got caught in the garment’s moving parts during a performance. [NME]

Watch Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston get into character as Walter White. [The Clicker]

Now watch Evan Rachel Wood get her nose pierced. [Huffington Post]

New body armor for female soldiers is modeled after battle gear from Xena: Warrior Princess. [InStyle]

Watch your back, Tyra! Naomi Campbell is scouting for would-be models to compete on her new fashion reality show. [Vogue UK]

Style and Design: Lea Michele's sweet Candie's ads, the 'Justice League' art exhibit and more

Rachel Berry may have graduated, but Glee star Lea Michele is the face of the Candie’s back-to-school ad campaign. [People StyleWatch]

See photos of DC Entertainment’s Darkness and Light art exhibit, featuring paintings and drawings of your favorite Justice League characters. [Collider]

Welcome to retail hell. A new graphic novel chronicles the experiences of an aspiring comic book artist trying to make ends meet by working at a department store. [USA Today]

Designer Ralph Lauren is outfitting the American Olympic team in classic red, white and blue sportswear for the opening ceremonies. [FashionEtc.]

The Little Mermaid‘s Ursula got an extreme makeover for Disney’s Villains Designer Collection. [Huffington Post]

Tim Burton, Minka Kelly, Michael Stipe and more stars reveal their favorite spots for viewing art outdoors. [Architectural Digest]

Style and Design: Christian Grey imagined, cool things to do at Comic-Con and more


A little bit of Channing Tatum, a dash of Brad Pitt, just a soupcon of Johnny Depp et voila! See a composite sketch of Fifty Shades of Grey‘s Christian Grey. [THR]

Run a zombie obstacle course, learn how to build sci-fi movie props, be the first to see J.J. Abrams’ Revolution and more cool things to do at this year’s Comic-Con. [io9]

Missed your chance to score a pair of Kanye West’s Air Yeezy II’s? Buy the t-shirt — for $90,300. [ArtInfo]

Whether you’re a Betty or a Veronica, you’ll be able to pretty yourself up for the Archie in your life when MAC Cosmetics releases a makeup collection inspired by the classic comic book next spring. [FashionEtc]

Joshua Jackson tells reporters that he developed a “kinky fetish thing” for Diane Kruger’s Farewell My Queen costumes. [People StyleWatch]

She may be finding it difficult to choose a suitor, but she sure can commit to a dress. See Emily’s favorite look from last night’s episode of The Bachelorette. [InStyle]

Style and Design: Anne Hathaway's couture Catwoman training, Ron Perlman revisits 'Hellboy' and more

What’s the one skill that Cat Woman and a fashion assistant at Vogue have in common? The ability to run in high heels, says The Dark Knight Rises star Anne Hathaway. [LifeLineLive]

After hearing that a six-year-old leukemia patient told the Make-A-Wish Foundation he wanted to meet Hellboy, actor Ron Perlman got back into character as the superhero demon for a special meet-and-greet. [Collider]

Tony-winning costume designer Martin Pakledinaz – who created the wardrobe for Broadway productions of Kiss Me Kate, Gypsy and Thoroughly Modern Millie – died of cancer at age 58.  [LiveDesign]

Lesley Arfin, a writer for the HBO series Girls, shows off her closet and her “unbridled lack of self consciousness.” [stylelikeu]

Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld explains why dressing celebrities for the red carpet can sometimes be bad for business. [ElleUK]

Art Noveau-inspired illustrations of the women of Battlestar Galactica are the latest series in artist Megan Lara’s oeuvre. [io9]

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