Fashion news: Anti-gravity shoes, Oscar’s kiddie wear and NKOTB beauty

Score another one for London Fashion Week: Clements Ribero [Telegraph]

You mean that gravity defying lean was an illusion? Michael Jackson’s legacy includes patented anti-gravity shoes, which hooked into the stage, allowing him to lean forward without falling over. [UnBeige]

Oscar de la Renta has released a limited edition line of the world’s most adorable floral dresses–for little girls. The designer is donating $100 per dress to the Children’s Defense Fund, which makes the $220 to $330 price tags a bit easier to swallow. [W]

Scottish Designer of the Year, Graeme Black, loved receiving the honour, but was less thrilled with the tally of the Lanvin tux, Bottega shoes and Dior jacket he bought to accept it. [Grazia]

Some people think women of a certain age should let go of their quirky, ironic styles. But Cathy Horyn says it ain’t so easy. [NYTimes]

NKOTB’s Joey McIntyre hangs tough in multi-coloured polish and it also looks like he bites his nail. [All Lacquered Up]

Gossip Girl‘s Leighton Meester picked out her own clothes for this Cobra Starship video. Also, she has an incredible memory and loves Friday Night Lights. [Nylon]

The trailer for the wildly-anticipated Vogue doc The September Issue has been floating around. Anna Wintour seems just scary enough.

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