Daily reads: The original Halston, rosier laundry and Dolly Parton’s style icon

Have you seen these eggs?


With all the Olivier-to-Halston scuttlebut (which some people are totally unhappy about), now’s the perfect time to familiarize yourself with the original. [A Shaded View on Fashion, Auntie Fashion]

Vancouver’s Toni & Guy salon is holding an Easter egg hunt on Saturday, with chocolate and gift cards hiding inside plastic eggs with the best hair we’ve ever seen. Points to the person who find the Kiss egg! [Toni & Guy]

Boutique perfumery Le Labo has teamed up with boutique laundry products line, The Laundress, to create a biodegradable rose-scented detergent. [Cool Hunting]

Curves are making another high-profile mag appearance—this time in Australian Harper’s Bazaar. [Refinery 29]

Dolly Parton reveals her style inspiration to 60 Minutes. [Allure]

We have to agree with Heather Stewart here: The constant MObama fashion updates have reached their limit. But! If you want to catch up on every cardigan choics, Suzy Menkes has a nice wrap-up. [Guardian, NYTimes]

Chloë’s-brother-Paul Sevigny’s too-cool hangout, the Beatrice Inn, has a padlock on the door. Where will the Proenza boys hang out now? [City File, via Refinery 29]

Chanel’s spring accessories include a leather shopping bag that looks like a paper shopping bag. Whoa. Meta. [Cyanatrendland]

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