Fashion Friday: Paula Deen’s Clothing Line and Other Style Scoop

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Paula Deen attends the South Beach Wine and Food Festival in Miami on Feb. 27, 2011

NewsFeed’s Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.

Paula Deen’s Clothing Line. Apparently it’s in the works, but no word yet on whether butter will be involved in the designs. [Racked]

A Diamond Defense. This Tuesday, Tiffany’s filed a brief in support of Christian Louboutin, the shoe designer who’s been in an ongoing legal battle with YSL over his trademark red soles. It’s not a surprising stance for the jewelry company, who has trademarked the blue shade of its iconic boxes. [Styleite]

Food Dresses. See designs by Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Prada made with lettuce, anchovies, walnuts and citrus. [Fashioncopious]

PHOTOS: Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty Exhibition

Shirts for a Cause. Threadless and artists Justin and Christine Gignac have teamed up to sell a line of t-shirts to benefit UNICEF. Each shirt is decorated with a relief item and costs what said item does in real life. So, that shirt with the cargo plane? It goes for $300,000. [refinery29]

Spooky Sketches. In honor of Halloween, 10 fashion designers imagined costumes using everyday objects. [T]

Feifei Sun is a reporter at TIME. Find her on Twitter at @Feifei_Sun or on Facebook. You can also continue the discussion on TIME’s Facebook page and on Twitter at @TIME.

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