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Ke$ha Designed Purple Zebra T-Shirts; Miranda Kerr Posed Nude for Australian Harper’s Bazaar

Miranda Kerr on Australian Harper's Bazaar.

• Ke$ha designed purple zebra T-shirts for National Coming Out Day. [WWD]

Miranda Kerr covers the new issue of Australian Harper’s Bazaar; in the accompanying editorial, she poses nude, apart from a leopard-print headwrap (and heels, of course). [Daily Mail UK]

• Melissa McCarthy on the plus-size clothing line she's designing: "I haven't thought about anyone else but me! Its just a lame way to get me clothes I want." [Us]

• The Met Museum Costume Institute’s latest coffee-table book follows up on 100 Dresses, released last year — this time, it's 100 Shoes. [Stylelist]

• There will be an E! True Hollywood Story airing this week on the Middletons: “[telling] the tale of the commoner sisters who were launched into the international spotlight after Kate fell in love with a royal.” So cancel all your plans for Wednesday night at ten. [JustJared]

• Beginning with the designs featured in the label’s spring 2012 collection, Carven will be expanding into eyewear with a new line of sunglasses. [Elle UK]

• Here’s a picture of designer Richard Nicoll’s living room. [Guardian UK]

• The total cost of the current renovations at Bloomingdale’s will be “in the vicinity of” $50 million. [WWD]

• Rachel Bilson has already been seen out wearing pieces from her forthcoming line of shoes. [InStyle]

• Models.com shot a behind-the-scenes video at the Rodarte casting, with lots of the show’s models getting confused by oddball either/or questions. [Models.com]

Photo: Courtesy of Australian Harper's Bazaar

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