Daily digest
WWD: It's now Milan Fashion Week, so, a review of Just Cavalli, Byblos, Mila Schön, and Debora Sinibaldi; luxury is where it's at; Christy Turlington's Nuala to take a different approach to yoga-inspired fashion; Generra is adding denim; and super-luxurious lingerie.

NYT: Innovative designer's designer Geoffrey Beene passed away today; websites for the sharp-dressed man; a Veruschka celebration and the Bergdorf magazine; the new UWS Barneys Co-op, described in a uniquely NYT style; the new Madison Avenue Searle store, which is two blocks away from the existing one at 57th and Mad; the Tyra Banks enigma; the pashmina is back! (did it ever leave?); and stuff to make your hair smell good.

NYP: Tori Spelling takes the $100 challenge; a service-oriented article and part one in a series on how to not look fat; tunic tops are the new belly tops; and sales.

IHT: Suzy Menkes on urban vs. country in London and the new It Brit; and shopping in Milan.

The Daily: Milan runway reports from Marni and Gibo and Emporio Armani and Pollini; cheeky Pop cosmetics; Myla's sexy but classy lingerie; and a hot croc bag.

Elle.com: More runway pics.

Daily Candy: Ladylike Allison Anne Conrad skirts.

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