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Kristen Stewart 'Breaking Dawn' redux

November 15, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Kristen Stewart wears a peek-a-boo jumpsuit by Zuhair Murad to the London premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2."
Kristen Stewart wears a peek-a-boo jumpsuit by Zuhair Murad to the London… (Stuart Wilson / Getty Images;…)

Kristen Stewart wore another sheer outfit by Zuhair Murad to the London premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" on Wednesday. This one was a jumpsuit that showed a lot of peek-a-boo skin. And it seemed to make quite a point of covering her buttocks, unlike the sheer gown that accidentally gave onlookers a view at Monday's Los Angeles premiere. [Styleite]

Rihanna, Ben Affleck and Hannah Simone were among the celebs who turned out for GQ's Men of the Year party at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. [Los Angeles Times]

Call it Black Friday Creep -- and I think I do mean "creep" in both senses of the word. First, stores began opening at 5 a.m. on the Friday after Thanksgiving, then at midnight, and now several major retailers plan to be open on Thanksgiving itself. Wal-Mart, Target, Lord & Taylor, the Gap and more have moved up their opening times. Pushback and petition drives are coming from employees, their families and those who believe it's not too much to ask that one day a year be left uncommercialized. But we know that as long as customers show up, retailers will stay open. [Cut] [WWD]

But get this: The Wall Street Journal recently reported that most Black Friday prices are not especially good bargains. So what's the rush? [WSJ]

Greg Chait of 5-year-old L.A.-based label The Elder Statesman won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's top award, $300,000, on Tuesday. Runners-up in the field of 10 finalists  were fellow Angeleno Jennifer Meyer Maguire (Mrs. Tobey Maguire) of the jewelry label Jennifer Meyer and shoe designer Tabitha Simmons. (Simmons is from New York by way of Great Britain.) The runners-up received $100,000 each. [WWD]

Karlie Kloss' recent walk down the Victoria's Secret runway in a feathered headdress and little else marks just one of several fashion industry faux pas when it comes to Native Americans. [Los Angeles Time]

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