Clippings: Miley Cyrus's Jewelry Line for Walmart Has Cadmium Edition

- Walmart recently announced plans to pull a line of Miley Cyrus's jewelry from its shelves after tests conducted by experts for the Associated Press found that the pieces contained high levels of cadmium, a metal that can be toxic. What's more, the off-price chain had apparently received some test results in February showing the presence of cadmium in some of the jewelry, but had elected to leave the jewelry on the shelves until now. [HuffPo]

- WWD got an exclusive first look at Jil Sander's lower-price Navy collection for Spring 2011, which is as minimalist and chic as the ready-to-wear line -- one simple trench is half khaki, half bright green; another dress is a lengthened version of the iconic white button-down -- but we expect to find refreshingly diminished price tags when the line hits shelves next year. [WWD]

- Lady Gaga is rumored to have applied for an internship with famed hatmaker Philip Treacy following the duo's recent collaboration on several headpieces. Her dance card already seems pretty full, but we respect the initiative. [Vogue UK]

- A history of men in tights, thoughtfully compiled by the folks at T. Superman remains our favorite, though Rudolf Nureyev might be a close second. [T Magazine]

- Tyra Banks has re-signed with her old modeling agency, IMG, which can only mean one thing: Prepare for more fashion mag covers and glossy spreads. [Modelinia]

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