Dolce Shows in Milan, Kamali For Less

Milan Fashion Week's climax was yesterday's Dolce and Gabbana show attended by Jennifer Lopez, Dita Von Teese, Petra Nemcova, Eva Herzigova, Claudia Schiffer, and Naomi Campbell, who relapsed slightly from her recent all sweetness to yell at paparazzi: "Leave me alone!" [WWD]
Norma Kamali has designed a collection for Wal-Mart: Nothing will be more than $20 and you can catch an early look at the T-shirts, dresses and skirts at Kamali's West 56th Street store. [NYDN]
The CW has released contestants' bios in advance of the October debut of Stylista. One lucky winner will get an apartment, an editorial job at Elle, and a clothing allowance at H&M. A lifetime of therapy to get over the public humilation? Not provided. [The Cut]

At the London launch for Agent Provocateur's new perfume, Daisy Lowe showed the whole world what Mark Ronson's missing. [Daily Mail]
Brainy beauty Lily Cole has some tips on how to save the planet. [Nylon]
Rodarte's candles, scented with Hawaiian orchid, camellia flower, sweet musk, Mirabelle plum, and Japanese quince, are available exclusively at Barneys. [The Daily]
Jimmy Choo's New York and LA stores are reporting better than ever sales despite the situation on Wall Street, and the company is also diversifying into jewelry, "the perfect non-threatening purchase for these hide-your-wealth-under-your-sleeve times." [Financial Times]