Fashion news: Marni’s animated dolls, questionable publicity at Gaultier, and fashion is as evil as yogurt

Marni’s spring campaign features alien-like animated dolls dressed in Consuelo Castiglioni’s collection. See what we mean? Dolls are huge right now. [Grazia]

Models: Lying down on the job this spring. [NYT]

Why save for down payment on a house when you could blow $50,000 on the World’s Most Expensive Bath? For that starting price, you can fill up your tub with water from the polar ice caps, rare Arabian honey, hand-harvested Peruvian salt and 24-karat gold. [The Luxist, via The Cut]

Coming in 2011: Diane von Furstenberg’s line of bed, bath and tableware. [Coutorture]

Dear Chris Brown, posing with a faux-bloodied Jean Paul Gaultier after his boxing-themed men’s show was maybe not the coolest move. (Not reflecting too well on you either, JPG.) Oh, and the singer wants to do a fashion collab. Of course.  [The Cut]

Guardian writer Tanya Gold is just so above fashion. It’s as evil as yogurt, after all, and she’d rather go to the library because everybody knows that fashion people can’t read. [Guardian, via Racked]

Tavi’s how old? Garance Doré spotted a 9-year-old working the front row. [@garancedore]

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