Kohl’s Angered That Their Jennifer Lopez Deal Was Leaked Early; Burberry Has a Lot of Facebook Fans

• Kohl’s “disinvited” WWD’s reporters to the announcement of their new deal with Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony after the paper reported on it before the store’s press conference yesterday. [WWD]

Burberry is the first luxury brand to reach 3 million Facebook fans. [NYT]

• For the forthcoming movie version of The Tempest, costume designer Sandy Powell trimmed the cast’s outfits with thousands of yards of zippers. Actual Elizabethan court costumes would have featured gold braid instead, but that wouldn’t have fit the movie’s costume budget. [WSJ]

• In the iPad version of Marie Claire’s December cover, Emma Watson shifts around and blinks. Cover models — they really are just like us! [Marie Claire.com]

• The Gap isn’t doing so well again, thanks to a “very promotional third quarter” that failed to boost profits. [WWD]

• Cathy Horyn had lots of good things to say about the new Balenciaga exhibit that Hamish Bowles curated. [NYT]

• Christian Louboutin is a twenty-year veteran of the trapeze. “There's something about moving through space, being lifted through the air. I never wanted to lift weights, and dance is too choreographed, but the fact that this looks so effortless, and it's so hard — what it gives to people is beauty." [Vogue UK]

• The Times went to Paris to visit Nelly Saunier, a master plumassière, or feather designer. She once made a parakeet bolero for Jean Paul Gaultier that took 1,100 hours to complete. [NYT]