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Kristen Stewart has wardrobe malfunction at 'Twilight' premiere

FASHION NEWS

November 14, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Kristen Stewart poses on the red carpet and greets fans in an oh-so-sheer gown at the "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" premiere.
Kristen Stewart poses on the red carpet and greets fans in an oh-so-sheer… (Christopher Polk / Getty…)

Kristen Stewart went with one of this season's biggest red carpet trends for the Los Angeles premiere of "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" on Monday night -- sheer fabric. But while her Zuhad Muhair gown was lovely, it was perhaps too sheer. At least from the rearview, where one sees a lot of, well, rear. I believe this might qualify as a wardrobe malfunction. [Styleite]

Channing Tatum has been named People's "sexiest man alive" for 2012. "Magic Mike"might have had something to do with it. [People]

More than 400,000 signatures have been collected on a petition asking Macy's to dump Trump -- Donald Trump and his line of shirts, ties and other men's accessories, that is. The petition on SignOn.org, says that Trump doesn't reflect the "magic of Macy's" because of his skepticism about President Obama's birthplace and alleged sexism, among other things. [New York Daily News]

Luxury online boutique TheCorner.com will carry items designed by the 10 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalists beginning Wednesday. [Cut]

Speaking of wardrobe malfunctions, British Prime Minister David Cameron experienced one at the ultra-formal Lord Mayor's Dinner in London on Monday when his shirt buttons popped open. He quickly buttoned back up. [Telegraph]

California cleaned up at the 2012 National Beard and Moustache Championships in Las Vegas over the weekend, our Adam Tschorn reports. [Los Angeles Times]

Danielle and Jodie Snyder, the sisters behind the jewelry label Dannijo, designed bracelets for Man Repeller blogger Leandra Medine's wedding in June and now have decided to come out with a bridal jewelry collection, debuting Dec. 1. [Elle]

Lady Gaga tweeted that Versace will design new costumes for her Born This Way Ball Tour. [Cut]

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