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'Glee' returns, bringing us at least one more budding fashion star

September 14, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • New "Glee" cast member Becca Tobin, right, wears an eye-catching casual look alongside castmate Jenna Ushkowitz at the season premiere party for the show Tuesday.
New "Glee" cast member Becca Tobin, right, wears an eye-catching… (Kevin Winter / Getty Images )

For the last few years we've drooled over what Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and the other ladies of "Glee" wear on red carpets, where they really show off their fashion star power. The show's new season started Thursday and it looks like we have a least one more fashionista coming on the scene: Becca Tobin, who plays new Cheerio Kitty. In photos from press events leading up to Wednesday's premiere she's shown she can do edgy casual, above, and red carpet polish just as well as her castmates.

Lady Gaga plans to make an appearance Friday at Macy's Herald Square in New York to promote her new fragrance Fame. She tells WWD that she was involved in every detail of the fragrance's creation, because she wants the perfume to be good "especially with my name on it." [WWD]

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen plan to launch a fragrance under their Elizabeth and James label with Sephora. [WWD]

Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima and her husband, former NBA player Marko Jaric, welomed their second daughter on Wednesday. [Us Weekly]

All these dinner parties Vogue editor Anna Wintour has been having for President Obama's reelection campaign have made her his fourth largest fundraiser. (No. 1 is writer Andrew Tobias.) [New York Times]

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and in recognition Kendall Jenner of the Kardashian clan invited 9-year-old Morgan Pierce, who has neuroblastoma, to Tuesday night’s Style 360 Tumbler and Tipsy fashion show during New York Fashion Week. [People]

Gwyneth Paltrow has signed a deal to be the celebrity face and "creative inspiration" of Max Factor. [WWD]

Murder charges were brought in Pakistan against the fugitive owners of a garment factory where a fire broke out this week, killing 264 workers. [WWD] (subscription required)


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