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Louisiana Hates Pajamawear; The Royal Ascot Hates Fascinators

Get inside with those Louis Vuitton resort PJs. Photo credit: <a href="">StreetPeeper</a>
Get inside with those Louis Vuitton resort PJs. Photo credit: StreetPeeper

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· A commissioner in Louisiana is proposing a ban on wearing pajamas outdoors. Gawker's Brian Moylan weighs in: "I actually love pajamas, and I spend many a lazy Sunday lounging around my apartment. But that is the key: in my apartment. There is no reason pajamas should ever leave your house. Period. Even if you're walking the dog. Even if you're studying for finals. Even if your trick's boyfriend just came home and you have to make a speedy exit. Never." [Gawker]

· Here is Christian Louboutin posing with two dancers from Crazy Horse in Paris to promote the shoes he made for them. You will notice the women appear to not have any nipples, and that Louboutin would make a great cabaret performer. [WWD]

· Jason Wu went on the Today Show this morning to promote his upcoming Target collaboration, which is probably the one thing in the world right now that absolutely needs no promotion. The collection was put on real women, not models, and sent down a runway. [Fashionista]

· If you were planning on it, you can no longer wear a fascinator to the Royal Ascot. The event's spokesperson Nick Smith explains, "There is no doubt our customers would like to get back to a situation where it is universally acknowledged this is a formal occasion and not an occasion where you might dress as you would at a nightclub." [BBC News]

· Which is crazier? This alligator head bustier, or these crocodile head shoes? Also, had we not mentioned which is which, could you tell the difference? [The Daily What]