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• Today in silly celebrity brand extensions: Kim Kardashian has a "budget-friendly shoe club," Avril Lavigne's first scent debuts this summer, and Nicole Richie's new jewelry line sold out before it even arrived in stores. [SW, WWD, SW]
• Several racks of clothing have already materialized at Topshop! [Racked]
Calvin Klein made a cameo on 30 Rock last night. [Fashionologie]
• Michelle Obama is the new Carrie Bradshaw, says Isaac Mizrahi. [MB]
• Have you ever wished that Joe Zee would finally document every food item he consumed over the course of the week? You're in luck. [NYM]
• Don't bother asking Michael Bloomberg about his fave footwear. Ask him about his shoes and he'll tell you they're "probably Paul Stuart," but he's "had them a long time," so he really has "no idea." [FN]

• Get it straight: It's "Brasil," not "Brazil," says Marc Jacobs. [Racked]
Anna Wintour comes to the defense of Olivier Theyskens in the April issue of Vogue: "I am very concerned that the business of fashion is undervaluing the most important asset our industry requires: creative visionaries." [FWD]
• Erin Wasson garage sale! Tomorrow! In LA! [Pipeline]
• Photos of Rogan Gregory's latest Target line. [Racked]
• Guess you get what you (don't) pay for: "A man selling counterfeit handbags out of a van in Chinatown held two customers hostage for two hours yesterday when cops showed up." [NYP]
• The items from Gianni Versace's Lake Como home sold at auction this week for $10 million. [WWD]
• As you suspected, Chanel Iman plans to conquer the world. [Fashionista]