Fashion news: Kate and William set a date, HauteLook comes to Facebook and transgendered model Lea T. to appear on Oprah

Photography by Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images
Photography by Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images

Prince William and Kate Middleton have set a date! The couple will marry at Westminister Abbey on Friday April 29, 2011. [BBC]

Transgendered model and Givenchy muse Lea T. will be appearing on an episode of Oprah. No details yet on what the two will be talking about but you can bet the Queen of Daytime Talk has something interesting up her sleeve. [Elle]

The iconic Richard Avedon photograph “Dovima with Elephants” has been purchased by Maison Christian Dior for the record amount of 841,000 Euros. “It is the most expensive photograph of this kind to have been sold in France,” said Christie Paris’ of head of photography Matthieu Humery. [WWD]

Blake Lively walked away with 40 pairs of red-soled heels from the invite-only Christian Louboutin sample sale. [Fashionologie]

It’s a family affair: Stella Tennant poses with her daughters, Jasmine and Cecily, for H&M‘s holiday campaign. [Huffington Post]

HauteLook will be bringing its luxury flash sales to Facebook on Monday. “Our members spend one-third of their online time on Facebook. So we know that getting out of the e-mail inbox is going to be crucial for the flash-sale business,” said HauteLook chief executive Adam Bernhard. [NYT]

Jacob the Jeweller is suing Courtney Love. The jeweller to the stars has accused Love of failing to return “two white gold and diamond chains, a white gold, floral-design mesh bracelet and a pair of white gold and diamond pave hoop earrings” worth $113,700. [Styleite]