Read About Cynthia Rowley’s Wardrobe; Get Ready for Lots More Daffy’s Stores

• Read what Cynthia Rowley wore every day for a week, during which she went trapeze swinging with her design team, planned her fall 2011 runway show, and attended her 6-year-old daughter's pageant at school. [NYT]

• New Jersey–based retailer Daffy's is opening a 28,000-square-foot store in the old New York Times building in Times Square as part of a nationwide expansion plan. [Crains]

• Topshop is selling a jacket that looks like it was, um, inspired by Chanel’s Yeti coats. [Racked]

• The Times profiled 19-year-old debutante Hadley Nagel, whose wardrobe includes a Madame Vionnet gown, Chanel handbags, and many pairs of Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo pumps. Her mother, Susan Nagel, says that this by no means makes her vapid: "There is nothing incongruent about being brilliant and loving fashion, by the way ... Reports of John Adams at George Washington’s inauguration show that Adams was dressed in all finery ... Talleyrand loved clothes.” [NYT]

• Beverly Johnson, known for being Vogue’s first black cover model, is reportedly upset that her abusive ex Mark Burk is getting his own show on the Golf Channel. [Page Six/NYP]

• Cathy Horyn predicts that designers will focus more on e-commerce and social networking in 2011. [On the Runway/NYT]