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Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds marry, report says

September 10, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Liberty Ross struts the runway at Alexander Wang's show on Saturday.
Liberty Ross struts the runway at Alexander Wang's show on Saturday. (Richard Drew/AP Photo )

"Gossip Girl" and fashion darling Blake Lively reportedly married actor Ryan Reynolds on Sunday night in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., with Florence Welch performing. The pair have publicly been a couple for about a year. No word yet on the wedding gown, but we're betting on Chanel. [People]

Writer/actor Mindy Kaling has been sending funny, fake tweets from New York Fashion Week, giving the sort of details we might wish were true (like having her seat at Tory Burch stolen by Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte and having a romantic fling with Adrien Brody at the Trump Hotel). [Fashionista]

Liberty Ross, the wronged wife in the Kristen Stewart-Rupert Sanders affair, walked in Alexander Wang's New York Fashion Week show Saturday and says she was terrified at making this first official (and surprise) appearance after the scandal. [The Cut]

Nicole Richie showed her capsule collection for Macy's Impulse at Macy's Glamorama on Friday night in Los Angeles, and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs showed off the latest in his Sean Jean line. The annual fundraiser benefits AIDS and HIV charities, and this year it also featured Sharon Stone, Robin Thicke and Karmin. (Society News L.A.)

Ricki Lake debuts a new daytime talk show Monday, and she'll be showing off a new, more sophisticated style along with it. (Los Angeles Times)

Beyonce's House of Dereon reportedly is in retooling mode with plans to distribute in the U.S., rather than exclusively in Europe. (WWD) (Subscription required.)

Over at Tracy Reese's show, the designer was talking backstage about the huge spike in orders arising since First Lady Michelle Obama wore that gorgeous Reese dress to address the nation during the Democratic National Convention last week. [Los Angeles Times]


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