Michael Bloomberg, Fashion Icon

Vanity Fair's rather dubious "International Best-Dressed List" is now online. Take a few minutes to browse through the slideshow to see the obvious picks, close personal friends of Graydon Carter, Condé Nast employees, precious Vanity Fair advertisers, as well as a few exciting new entrants such as Michael Bloomberg, who, as you can see above, always dresses to impress. [VF]

• Rachel Zoe's e-newsletter launched today. She used the big occasion to pitch a pair of $680 pumps designed by Brian Atwood. [Zoe Report]
Tommy Hilfiger and wife Dee are the parents of a new baby boy. [WWD]
• Topshop's London Fashion Week show next month will bring out lots of NYC ladies, including Anne Hathaway, the Olsens, and Olivia Palermo. [Grazia]
• Oxygen's latest reality show, Addicted to Beauty, is set in a plastic surgery clinic and run "by people whose altered lips balloon so far that they seem to be threatening the air supply to their nostrils." Sounds like a winner. [NYT]
• Here's Victoria Beckham's new underwear ad for Emporio Armani. [W]
• Just in case you didn't take notice the first, oh, 10,000 times or so, Time has another article on how shoppers are now haggling at retail outlets. [Time]
• Prada has worked out an extension with its lenders. [Vogue UK]
Lauren Bush has struck again. This time she's teaming up with Bobbi Brown to—you guessed it—promote another creation made of burlap. [WWD]
• Today was a bummer of a day at Glamour. [Gawker]
• One thing you definitely don't need: $450 Louis Vuitton chopsticks. [FWD]
• Pics of all the insanely glamorous people who gathered in Chelsea for the Sex and the City open casting call today. Brace yourself. [NYM/Daily Intel]