Claiborne Faces $20 Million Fragrance Lawsuit; Versace Family Outings to Buy Skin Cream

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Donatella and Allegra Versace. Photo: Getty Images

FRAGRANCE
• Fragrance distributor Selective Beauty filed a $20.2 million lawsuit against Liz Claiborne Inc. claiming that Claiborne's recent decision to license its fragrances to Elizabeth Arden contributed to the distributor's bankruptcy. Selective used to distribute Juicy Couture, Usher, and other fragrances, and claims that if Claiborne didn't exit the partnership, they would still be in business. [WWD]

• Diddy launched a new limited-edition fragrance for men named I Am King of the Night, a follow-up to his I Am King fragrance, which recently sold out on HSN. The new scent is available at Macy's for $74. [Now Smell This]

SKIN
• Donatella Versace and her daughter, Allegra, go shopping for eye cream and anti-aging serums together. They bought over $250 worth of ReVive products at the Liberty store in London. [In Style UK]

HAIR
• Kate Bosworth has the perfect forehead for a center part. [Beauty Counter/Style.com]

• Justin Timberlake is wearing his hair in blond curls again, like he did when he was in N'Sync. [StyleWatch/People]

• A pair of Swarovski-encrusted Tweezerman tweezers costs $100. [Beauty in Real Life]