Fendi Won Their Lawsuit Against Burlington Coat Factory; Kelly Osbourne Gave a Tour of Her Closet

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Fendi won a lawsuit against Burlington Coat Factory, who was selling the luxury label’s goods without permission. [WWD]

• Kelly Osbourne gave Bluefly a tour of her closet, where she held up a black dress and said, "When I wore this dress during the last fashion week in New York, people stopped seeing me as the overweight bratty celebrity’s daughter that didn’t do anything. F*** you. I’m still the same person. I just lost 50 pounds." [Bluefly Closet Confessions]

• Bruno Frisoni, the artistic director of Roger Vivier, is introducing his limited-edition Rendez-Vous shoe collection this week, which incorporates natural materials like wood, cord, and horn. [T Magazine/NYT]

Coco Rocha is wearing embroidered furs on the November cover of Russian Harper’s Bazaar. [Design Scene]

Rodarte is selling their leftover Fashion’s Night Out tees for $150 at Opening Ceremony. [Racked]

• Male model David Gandy’s muscles may be in style now, but that wasn’t always the case. “Very early on I went to a casting for Dior and they asked me to try on a suit. I couldn't even get one leg into the trousers, let alone put the jacket on. All the models were standing around going, 'Hey, who's the big guy?' There was quite an unpleasant atmosphere there, quite intimidating. I remember thinking, 'Are these guys appealing?' They certainly weren't appealing to me.” [HuffPo]

The Wall Street Journal took a ruler to the season’s tallest shoes, and Alexander McQueen’s $39,000 gold bootie was the winner at fifteen centimeters. [WSJ]