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There's some buzz that Manolo Blahnik is not the only high-end brand J.Crew is collaborating with. The label's creative director, Jenna Lyons, recently let it slip that the company is working on a "still-secret ‘special project’ with Vogue/CFDA fashion fund winners Pamela Love, Creatures of the Wind and Joseph Altuzarra." [The Daily]

Starting at just $63.99, check out 14 office-appropriate tote bags that work for the weekend too. [Refinery29]

Policeman in Wales are considering the installation of pink, acne-revealing lights at a public housing estate. Studies have shown that the unflattering lighting discourages trouble from teenage delinquents cause, you know…crimes don't look cool if your face is zitty. (The other idea being bandied around is "placing mosquito alarms which emit sounds annoying to those aged under 25, or playing classical music." Seriously.) [BellaSugar]

Nail polish company Butter London is launching a line of lipglosses to match its lacquers. The products will officially launch in April but are exclusively available at Ulta this month. [All the Rage]

British rocker/ex-Kate Moss boyfriend Pete Doherty's collection for the The Kooples will finally hit stores this coming Wednesday, March 14. (And the women's line will be modeled by the musicians' on-and-off girlfriend, Irina Lazareanu.) [Telegraph]

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