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Link Love: Cadillac Does Fragrance, Botox Tax and Flats at Vogue

Speaking of fragrance, Cadillac—yes, the automaker—enters the market with a new scent for men. But don’t worry boys, you won’t smell like new car with this signature blend of chamomile, geranium, tarragon, cinnamon and grapefruit. Isn’t it nice to see the economic stimulus plan put to such good use? Stylecaster reports.

The industry has been aghast over the site of Anna Wintour sans heels at a Hamptons party. The Cut asks Vogue staffers whether that means flats might now be allowed in the office.

We can’t help but say “Ha!” to all the cosmetic surgery junkies out there. Allure shares the Senate Finance Committee’s proposal for a 10 percent surtax on face lifts, tummy tucks, Botox, liposuction and more to help pay for the purported overhaul of the nation’s healthcare system.

Design veteran Pierre Hardy returns to Gap for the fourth consecutive year with three exclusive shoe models. We can’t say we’re in love with them yet, but hey, affordable footwear by an upper echelon designer never fails to impress (via Nitrolicious).

Hasn’t everyone learned by now to steer clear of Lady Gaga’s failed fashion statements? Apparently trendsetter Rihanna missed that message. The Cut caught her sporting “already been done” nipple pasties.