Lara and David

Supermodel Lara Stone has revealed how David Walliams wooed her. The pair got married in May 2010, after a four-month romance.
"He stalked me," she joked. And was it love at first sight? "To him it was!" she laughed.
The couple - who were spotted together this weekend at the final of television show Britain's Got Talent, which Walliams helped judge - recently bought a Border Terrier called Bert, a family addition that seems to have put the Dutch beauty off having a baby for the time being.
"A baby will probably never be as funny as Bert," she told VogueNetherlands.

Manolo colab

MANOLO BLAHNIK has teamed up with Kurt Geiger to sell the label at Harrods and Liberty. The designer currently sells his legendary shoes solely from one UK destination his store in Chelsea, London. High street chain Kurt Geiger will manage and create boutiques within its shoe concessions in the two iconic London stores.
"We are extremely excited and privileged to be working with Manolo Blahnik, one of the world's most inspired shoe designers," said Kurt Geiger CEO Neil Clifford. "The collections are captivating and these new boutiques will make a truly fantastic addition to the experience offered in Kurt Geiger's luxury shoe concessions in Harrods andLiberty."
Blahnik already has a space in Liberty, selling the designer's accessories - tote bags, scarves and stationery. The label will open a 300-square-feet boutique in Harrods, carrying the autumn/winter 2012-13 collection.
Blahnik is also preparing for a foray into the film world  the designer revealed that he is collaborating on "an American-European movie", WWD reports.

Sarahs Baquette

SJP has spoken about her love for Fendi's iconic Baguette bag, one of her Sex And The City character Carrie Bradshaw's most famous accessories, in a new book calledFendi Baguette. The bag, which was the first "important item" to be loaned to the show - after months of stylist Patricia Field having to create looks from vintage finds - marked the beginning of Carrie's designer wardrobe, the actress reveals.
"Having the Fendi Baguette was a very big deal, and the gateway to everything else," Parker writes, the Financial Times reports. "It really opened the floodgates and influenced the storyline - especially Carrie's habit of spending more money on fashion than her home. The Baguette became a staple of Carrie's wardrobe and character… I recently archived both [my original] Baguettes to keep them in pristine condition. Now that I have two daughters, they can each have one."
The Fendi Baguette is involved in several important Sex and the Citystorylines: from when Carrie is robbed at gunpoint and her purple Baguette is stolen; to when she leaves the restaurant after being told her ex-boyfriend is to marry someone else and knocks over a chair with her Baguette; to when Samantha buys a fake Baguette when the friends are on holiday in Los Angeles.

Super mama

Sasha Pivovarova has given birth to a baby girl, the model is keeping mum so far. Pivovarova and her husband - photographer Igor Vishnyakov - released an image of her today; the first official confirmation of her pregnancy.
The black and white photograph - taken when the Russian model was reportedly around eight-months pregnant with her first child - shows her topless and showing a large baby bump.
It's been a baby boom time in the modelling world of late, with Pivovarova's fellow models Lily Aldridge and Adriana Lima due to give birth any day, and Alessandra Ambrosio having just welcomed baby son Noah.

Betsey bankrupt

 Betsey Johnson has begun a liquidation sale at its stores and outlets in the US. The company, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, plans to sell everything it owns - including store fixtures and fittings - in order to clear its sizeable debts. The brand had assets of $21.3 million (£13.2 million) and total liabilities of $15.4 million (£9.5 million) at the end of 2011, Reuters reports, according to the balance sheet filed with a New York bankruptcy court last month

Aquascutum latest

Aquascutum has confirmed Tim Dally as its new CEO. The British brand  which will continue to be based in London  was sold last week to Hong Kong-based YGM, which already owned the Asian arm of the company, for £15 million.
"Aquascutum has wonderful heritage and enormous global potential," Dally told  Retail Week. "I am excited by this opportunity to be at the helm of this iconic British brand."
Dally was previously chief executive of TPD Luxury Solutions, the global licence holder of Aquascutum Golf, which is separate from the other Aquascutum businesses despite the similarity in name.

Carine's New film

 The making of Carine Roitfeld's highly-anticipated new fashion magazine, CR, is set to become the subject of a new documentary, entitledMademoiselle C. Directed by Fabien Constant, the programme will feature interviews with leading fashion names - including Tom Ford, Donatella Versace and Karl Lagerfeld - and will offer a candid insight into Roitfeld's personal and professional life. Shooting has already begun and will be partly unveiled at Cannes Film Festival next week, reports Screen Daily.