Fashion news: Lohan accused of ripping off designers, the Obamas are unwitting models and Karl shoots for V’s size issue

The two disputed 6126 designs. Images via WWD

Some of the items in Lindsay Lohan’s 6126 clothing line look rather familiar to a couple of designers. Black Milk Clothing’s James Lillis and designer Jen Kao both say Lohan copied their designs. The company disputes this, naturally. [WWD]

But wait! It is apparently LiLo who’s had her designs lifted. [Stylecaster]

A NY Times report surfaced yesterday that H&M in New York’s Herald Square had been mutilating and dumping unsold clothing. H&M responded, saying “We are committed 100 percent to make sure this practice is not happening anywhere else, as it is not our standard practice.” It’s worth noting that H&M is listed as a donor to Windfall, a Canadian new clothing bank. [NYTimes, Racked, Windfall]

Lady Gaga is set to perform with Rufus Wainwright at the AMFAR gala during the next New York Fashion Week. [Fashionista]

Karl “no one wants to see round women” Lagerfeld has contributed to V’s upcoming size issue with a shoot at Coco Chanel’s apartment with burlesque dancer Miss Dirty Martini. Is his attitude a-changing? Probably not. [Fashionologie]

Sea of Shoes’ Jane Aldrige has teamed up with Gryphon to create an unremarkable bell-sleeved trench. [Stylecaster]

The First Couple is unhappy about a pair of ads that feature their images without consent: Michelle Obama’s picture appeared in D.C.-area ads for PETA, while the President became the unwitting face of Weatherproof. [The Cut]