Fashion news: D&G answer your Q’s, the most requested haircut of all time and happy birthday to the bra

Dolce & Gabanna. Photography by Peter Stigter
Dolce & Gabanna now celebrate the 20th anniversary of their menswear. Photography by Peter Stigter

Why pay professionals to fix an ailing marriage when Heidi Klum and Seal can do it for you? A Project Runway spin-off will consist of just that. Thank you Lifetime TV. [The Cut]

Quoted: Fashion designer Roberto Cavalli recently told Harpers Bazaar that he designs all of his pieces with a beautiful woman in mind.  Albeit, he explains: “I don’t masturbate thinking about fashion.” [Harpers Bazaar]

If you have questions, they have answers. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dolce & Gabbana menswear, the designers themselves will be answering questions posted on the Guardian website. [Guardian]

Speaking of anniversaries, 2010 marks the 100th anniversary of the bra. A feature on the Today Show reveals a 19-year-old who tied two handkerchiefs together invented it. [Huffington Post]

A recent poll by Goody ranked the “Rachel haircut” (Jennifer Aniston’s character on Friends) as the most requested haircut of all time. About 11 million women have requested the layered, flat-ironed coif. [Stylist]

Here’s one for tasteless advertising: an Italian billboard for a fashion boutique used images of Adolf Hitler wearing a bright pink military uniform with the slogan: “Change style—don’t follow your leader.” Needless to say, the Italians want it banned. [The First Post via The Moment]

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