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Alexander Wang’s Legal Woes Continue, J. Lo Covers Vogue and Derek Lam Leaves Tod’s

- Another Alexander Wang employee has jumped on the legal bandwagon, suing the designer for being subjected to sweatshop labor conditions. And I supposed if everyone jumped out of a burning factory after working a 90-hour week they would do that too. [NY Post]

-  Noted…Brit dude Piers Morgan thinks Kate Moss is “a vile little creature,” it seems, because she kicks him every time she sees him. Some people are so sensitive. [Telegraph]

- Jennifer Lopez breaks out her best smolder for the April cover of Vogue for the third popstar– is that what we’re calling her these days? —  in a row to be featured this year. [Fashionista]

Alexander Wangs Legal Woes Continue, J. Lo Covers Vogue and Derek Lam Leaves Tods

- Jimmy Choo has dedicated a shoe to nonagenarian fashion icon/sassbot Iris Apfel. [The Cut]

- Speaking of 90-year-olds in heels, Madonna is coming out with a line of “dance-inspired” shoes in a collaboration with bargain basement discount cobbler Aldo. Way to cheapen the brand, Madge. [WWD]

- Carrie Bradshaw‘s iconic apartment — or rather the townhouse used for external shots — is up for sale and you can muse out of its windows while chainsmoking in front of your laptop for only $10 million. [Jezebel]

- Proving that Parisian houses aren’t the only ones who can’t hold onto its creative directors, Derek Lam has left his post at Tod’s. Who wants to officially start a Dior rumor? [WWD, sub req'd]

Written by Lester Brathwaite

I was center square from 1969 to 1978, during which I perfected the art of the zing as well as a crippling cocaine addiction. Bea Arthur was responsible for both. @LesFabian lester dot brathwaite at gmail