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Johnny Weir Is Making T-Shirts; Reese Witherspoon’s Wedding Dress Was Pink

Malgosia Bela covers the new issue of Turkish Vogue. [Fashiongonerogue]

• Reese Witherspoon’s Monique Lhuillier wedding dress wasn’t white, it was pale pink. [Us]

Prabal Gurung has been named a goodwill ambassador by the nonprofit group Maiti Nepal, where he'll combat human trafficking. [Bazaar Report]

• Johnny Weir has teamed up with Tadashi Shoji on a T-shirt design that’ll be sold to benefit relief efforts in Japan. [ONTD]

• Rumor: Dior won’t announce Galliano’s successor until the fall. [Fashionista]

Jil Sander’s +J line, a collaboration with Uniqlo, has won the 2011 Design Museum’s Brit Insurance Design Award. [FashionEtc.]

• The most recent episode of Cake Boss featured baker Buddy Valastro designing those cakes that appeared in Isaac Mizrahi's fall 2011 runway show. [InStyle]

• Swedish singer Robyn is wearing Prada on the cover of Elle’s music issue. [JustJared]

• Supermodel Bridget Hall was arrested for driving without a license in the Hamptons. [Racked]

• The second day of Pakistan Fashion Week was canceled after a cricket match between Pakistan and India was scheduled for the same day. The collections will instead show a day later. [Telegraph UK]

Natasha Poly is apparently getting married next month in St. Tropez. [Fashin]

• Alexa Chung is fronting the new ad campaign for Italian footwear label Superga. [Telegraph UK]

• A capsule collection of Topman pieces is now available at Alter in Greenpoint. [Racked]

ANTM’s Toccara Jones is starring in the second season of Donald Trump’s dating show, The Ultimate Merger. [ONTD]

Photo: Courtesy of Vogue Turkey

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