Daily digest
WWD: Karl Lagerfeld for H&M is totally sold out around the world (the collection was supposed to be in stores for two weeks); a spring bag preview; LeSportsac's promising-looking Remix collection; designed by rock'n'roll spawn Jade Jagger, crown jeweler Garrard to debut a skull-and-crossbones line aimed at a younger customer; a new, huge Tourneau store in Vegas; Oscar de la Renta to open a store in Bal Harbour in Miami; and Quiksilver to open a Soho flagship store next summer (2nd item).

NYT: Mannequins get booty.

NYP: A story on party camisoles helpfully featuring bra-size ratings, but, not so helpfully, without photos; how to not look fat at the gym; yay for shrunken blazers; yay for Brooklyn home accessories stores (again, pictures here would help); and Maria Menounos takes the $100 challenge.

IHT: In typical fashion, Parisians go apeshit at H&M while Brits are reserved.

LAT: The British take credit for the eccentric look that's so popular nowadays; and a random junk store in L.A.

The Daily: The way-to-dilute-your-brand award goes to Versace, who is partnering with Timex for a line of watches; fashion gossip; and major faux pas at the AMAs.

Daily Candy: At long last, Jacques Torres in Manhattan.

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