Fashion Friday: Kim Kardashian Sues Old Navy and Other Style Scoop

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Reality show star Kim Kardashian arrives at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington May 1, 2010.

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

Kim Kardashian Sues Old Navy. The famous-for-being-famous star claims the retailer’s new model looks like her, which might cause confusion about Kardashian’s actual endorsements. [NYP]

High Fashion, Low Prices. The first images from Karl Lagerfeld’s collection for Macy’s are out. The line hits stores and online Aug. 31. [Fashionologie]

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What’s In a Name? Kate Spade, designer of bright, pretty things, has a new line of lip color called “Supercalifragilipstick.” Cute. [WWD]

Politicians Need Stylists, Too. Andrew Cuomo paid his hairstylist almost $1,400 during his campaign. If the New York Governor spent that much on hair, we don’t even want to know the wardrobe expenses. [NYT]

Forever Copycatting. Despite being sued more than 50 times for stealing designers’ work, Forever 21 has never lost a case. [Jezebel]

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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