Fashion news: The denim bubble, marathon fashions and Naomi Campbell sued

One of our fave FASHION Lovely/blogger/models, Hanneli Mustaparta has bleached out her brows for a shoot. [@HanneliM]

Surprise! The premium denim market was overinflated. “Charging $600 for jeans for no reason at all — those days are over,” You Nguyen of Levi’s told the New York Times. Ridiculous, right? You can buy a whole Where the Wild Things Are jumpsuit for that. Much more sensible. [NYTimes]

Forbes has named Yves Saint Laurent the top-earning dead celebrity. Congrats? [Forbes]

James Franco spoofs his Gucci by Gucci commercial for Warning: repeated butchering of Italian. [Fashionologie]

In case you were wondering, designer Yigal Azrouel will be wearing Asics, a pedometer and maybe some Lululemon to run this weekend’s New York City Marathon, while Veronica Webb, also in Asics–scandal!–has been sacrificing alcohol and complaining in order to prepare. [WWD]

Naomi Campbell is being sued for breach of contract by Moodform Mission. The company says the model withheld profits from two fragrances she developed with the company. Campbell denies the charges, but she may just not want to admit having created something called “Cat Deluxe with Kisses.” [NYDN, via The Cut]

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