Fashion Friday: American Idol Clothing, YSL Retrospective and More Style Scoop

Each week, we round up the brilliant and bizarre from the world of fashion.

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A display of the Le Smoking female tuxedos are displayed at a preview of "Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective" at the Denver Art Museum in Denver, Colo., on Thursday, March 22, 2012

Museum Muse. A new retrospective at the Denver Art Museum revisits the milestones of Yves Saint Laurent’s four-decade career, from his women’s tuxedo jacket to his color-blocked Mondrian shift, starting with his formative years at the House of Dior. [Denver Art Museum]

Kitten Panties. Hanky Panky and Hello Kitty are collaborating on a new lingerie line. Pieces, which will cost $27-$98, will be available online in May, with the full store launch slated for the end of June. [Racked]

Social Savvy. DKNY’s PR GIRL sent an epic 1,105 tweets last month—three times as many sent by Kate Spade and Betsey Johnson, the second and third most active fashion tweeters, respectively. [WWD]

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Idol Wear. Weeks after adding designer Tommy Hilfiger as an image adviser to the show, American Idol announced plans for a clothing line to be sold at Kohl’s. The collection feels about five years late to us—but may boost the show’s ratings, which have been on the decline. [StyleWatch]

Stellar Olympic Gear. Designer Stella McCartney unveiled her uniforms for Great Britain’s Olympic athletes this week at the Tower of London. Created for Adidas, the gear features a dismantled and broken down version of the Union flag. [Fashionista]

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