Lena Dunham calls her Emmys outfit part cake, part sweatpants

Lena Dunham knew her Emmys gown would be unusual

Lena Dunham didn't win an Emmy, but her unusual cotton-candy-like skirt and simple blouse from Giambattista Valli got a lot of OMG attention from red-carpet commentators -- and we mean that in a bad way. Even before her Emmys appearance on Monday, Dunham had hinted that she was going to wear something unusual: "All I'm gonna say about my Emmy dress is that it looks like cake and feels like sweatpants #loveandjoy," she said Aug. 13 on Twitter, my colleague Christie DZurilla reported at the L.A. Times' Ministry of Gossip.

Just in time for the holidays, Target plans to introduce a capsule collection of girls' clothing and accessories designed by Renee Ehrlich Kalfus, costume designer for the upcoming remake of the movie “Annie.”  The collection is inspired by the film, produced by Jay Z and Will Smith and starring Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhané Wallis, Rose Byrne and Cameron Diaz. The 25-piece collection will be available at all Target stores in the United States and on Target.com beginning Nov. 16, ahead of the film's scheduled release Dec. 19, Target announced via news release on Tuesday.

Scarlett Johansson designed an ugly pink T-shirt meant, at $25 apiece, to raise money for Planned Parenthood's Action Fund. "Hey Politicians, the 1950s called ... they want their sexism back," the slogan on the tee reads. [The Cut]

Saint Laurent plans to open a "global flagship" store -- the brand's largest -- in Los Angeles, where creative director Hedi Slimane is based. [Wall Street Journal]

Underwear brand Dear Kate shot its lookbook and promotional images using female tech industry CEOs as models. Empowering or degrading, the world asks. [Ad Week]

The Fashion Spot surveyed fall fashion campaigns and determined that only 11% of the models who appear are non-white. [Fashion Spot]

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