Prince George marks first birthday, is crowned fashion trendsetter

In one year, baby Prince George has proven to be a fashion trendsetter

Britain's Prince George turned 1 year old on Tuesday, and WWD declared that he's already proven himself to be a toddling trendsetter. [WWD]

The tyke celebrated his birthday with a family tea, including his great grandmother the queen as a guest. [Los Angeles Times]

A coroner reportedly has ruled that 25-year-old British television personality Peaches Geldof --- the daughter of rocker Bob Geldof -- died of a heroin overdose. Her body was found at her home in April. [BBC News]

Sam Taylor-Johnson, director of the soon-to-be-released film "Fifty Shades of Grey," is working on a photo project shooting Coco Chanel's private, not-open-to-the-public apartment on the second floor of the Chanel atelier in Paris. The photos are to be displayed at London's Saatchi Gallery in September. [Telegraph]

The tally is in for which will be the fattest fashion magazines this September -- always the biggest and most important issue of the year. The biggest are Vogue at 661 pages (30 fewer than last year); InStyle, 485; Elle, 465; and Harper's  Bazaar, 444. The latter three all represent increases over last year. [WWD] 

Crocs, the plastic shoes so ugly you just gotta love 'em -- or not -- are getting a downsize. The company announced plans to restructure, close 75 to 100 stores and lay off several dozen employees. [WSJ]

Alice Harris' new photo book "Blow Me a Kiss" features iconic photos of lips from the 1920s through the grunge era. [Los Angeles Times]

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