Daily digest
WWD: Tom Ford/Domenico De Sole stalwart Giacomo Santucci to resign from Gucci (meaning: trouble ahead); and my favorite Queer Eye guy Kyan Douglas will be a L'Oreal spokesman.

NYT: In what is hopefully the last article on the spring shows for awhile, Cathy Horyn provides a spring fashion summary; she also, amusingly, delivers a bitch-slap to YSL.

IHT: Suzy Menkes on designers and the Rococo influence ("Rococo," by the way, is an extremely fun word to say).

Slate: The inevitable poncho backlash has arrived.

The Daily: Fashionista fave store Intermix to debut a fragrance whose bottle bears an uncanny resemblance to Chanel Chance; speaking of which, in honor of the Chanel boutique's reopening on Thursday, Karl Lagerfeld has created three limited-edition pieces (a bag, a jacket, and a blouse), and only 555 of each are available; the Fendi Vanity bag is the new Fendi Baguette; Chaiken is 10 years old (that makes me feel old); brow-fattening pomade; and an interview with New Zealand designer Karen Walker.

Lookonline.com: More praise for Alber Elbaz's collection for Lanvin.

Daily Candy: Former Cheryl Shops website of the week NYC General Store's vintage shopping service.

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