Fashion News: Justin Bieber wins FiFi fragrance award for Someday


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We knew thousands of teenage girls couldn’t be wrong. Justin Bieber won the Elizabeth Taylor Fragrance Celebrity of the Year Award for the 2011 launch of his women’s scent Someday at the fragrance industry ‘Oscars,’ the FiFis, on Monday night. Heidi Klum won the Broad Appeal, Women category for her debut fragrance Shine, beating Christina Aguilera and Fergie. [Us]

Madonna has selected Georgia May Jagger, the 20-year-old model and daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, as the new face of her Material Girl fashion line for juniors. [WWD]


Society News LA writer Ellen Olivier was fascinated by jewelry from ancient Egypt on display at the opening night preview for the “Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt” exhibition at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. She noted that the baubles — among 150 artifacts on display through Dec. 31 — look as fashionable today as they did a couple of millenniums ago. Cleopatra never fails to fascinate: in this millennium, Kim Kardashian has posed for a magazine spread as the famous queen of the Nile, and Angelina Jolie is set to portray her in 2013. [Society News LA]

Oscar de la Renta is making designer sunscreen, Moisturizing Sunscreen SPF 30 Cream by Oscar de la Renta. It was originally made for the designer’s boutique in the Dominican Republic, but now you can buy it at and at Oscar de la Renta boutiques for $42 for a 5-ounce bottle. [Teen Vogue]

MAC is launching a permanent collection of 30 nail polishes. Makes sense, since even in down times, women are loyal to their nail colors. The collection will go on sale July 5. [Fashionista]

The Step Forward team, including model Karlie Kloss and designer Jason Wu, took part in this year’s AIDS Walk New York on Sunday, raising $58,025 and finishing among the event’s top five fundraisers. [WWD]

If I get tired of clothes, they go to the Salvation Army. But fashion doyenne Iris Apfel donates her old clothes to a museum in Massachusetts. [Styleite]

Yves Saint Laurent says only buyers — no press — will be invited to new creative director Hedi Slimane’s first two shows (women’s resort and spring menswear). [The Cut]


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Baubles from ancient Egypt, on display at the California Science Center, look as on-trend today as they did when Cleopatra ruled the Nile valley. Credit: Ellen Olivier / Society News LA