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Heidi Klum comes to the rescue in Hawaii

April 02, 2013|By Susan Denley
  • Heidi Klum at an event touting the launch of her new Heidi Klum for New Balance collection at a Lady Foot Locker store in Culver City on March 14.
Heidi Klum at an event touting the launch of her new Heidi Klum for New Balance… (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty…)

Heidi Klum, on vacation in Hawaii, and her boyfriend and father saved her 7-year-old son and two nannies when they were caught in a riptide on Sunday at a beach in Oahu. (It's a good thing Klum stays in shape. She even launched a line of workout clothes, Heidi Klum for New Balance, in mid-March by lifting some weights for the cameras.) [ETOnline]

Orlando Bloom -- husband of model Miranda Kerr -- is set to play Romeo in an updated, interracial interpretation of "Romeo and Juliet" on Broadway. [Los Angeles Times]

The world of fashion joined in the spirit of April Fools' Day on Monday, Styelite reports, with jokes such as Sports Illustrated's announcement of auditions for body painters for the swimsuit edition, Complex's announcement that Riccardo Tisci would be designing subway workers' uniforms, reporting that designer Rebecca Minkoff would join the cast of "The Real Housewives of New York," and Urban Outfitters' introduction of the "maxi tube dress," which looks sort of like a large pillowcase. [Styleite]

Edun, the fashion label founded by Ali Hewson and her husband Bono of U2, replaced creative director Sharon Wachoub with Danielle Sherman, who has previously worked at the Row and T by Alexander Wang. [WWD by way of Fashionista]

Cupcakes and Cashmere, the popular style blog by Angeleno Emily Schuman, reportedly has signed a licensing deal for Cupcakes and Cashmere-branded consumer products. Exactly what kind of products remains to be seen. [Racked]


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