Fashion News Roundup

A Cartier robbery in Cannes, Lindsay Lohan's new fashion show, and more

- A Cartier jewelry store in Cannes was robbed on Monday by three men who made off with nearly $21 million dollars worth of gems. [WWD]

- Lindsay Lohan has founded a new production company with 6126 leggings partner. Their first project? A show about the fashion world called (wait for it) "Faux Real." [NY Daily News]

- It looks like luxury label Escada (apparently one of Sarah Palin's favorites) is the latest line to face dire financial straights. Chairman Bruno Saelzer has confirmed that the company only has enough cash to last "until August but not beyond." [Vogue UK]

- Graydon Carter's report on boss Si Neuhouse: He can really hold his liquor. [New York Post]

- Chloe Sevigny wore a black leather jumpsuit to a recent event. We repeat. Black. Leather. Jumpsuit. [Go Fug Yourself]

- Model Karolina Kurkova got knocked up! The lucky man is a former Marine and Scientologist. Oh, and she's starring as "Cover Girl" in the upcoming G.I. Joe movie. Best couple ever!  [New York Post]

- Turns out Target is still "very excited" about the Gossip Girl-Anna Sui collaboration, though they still don't have concrete words on what happened with the whole this-shoot-is-no-longer-taking-place debaucle. [StyleList]

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