Customers participate in a yoga class at the Lululemon store at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa in this file photo.
(Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times / June 19, 2011)
Lululemon's founder says women's bodies are to blame for this year's "too sheer" debacle that caused the fitness apparel retailer to pull its top-selling style of yoga pants because they were see-through. In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Chip Wilson said, "Frankly, some women's bodies just don't actually work" with the yoga pants. Ouch. [Chicago Tribune]
Two New York women have filed a class-action suit against Maidenform over shapewear that had been advertised as able to reduce cellulite and didn't. [NY Daily News]
Now Pamela Anderson has a pixie cut, joining celebs like Jennifer Lawrence and Beyonce in trying the style this year. [The Cut]
Abercrombie & Fitch, which has shunned sizes larger than 10, reportedly plans to offer expanded sizes beginning in the spring. [Racked]
Kelly Osbourne is having some of her tattoos removed. [People Stylewatch]
Bruno Mars and Queen Elizabeth II are among the 2014 inductees in the Headwear Hall of Fame. [Los Angeles Times]
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