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Blake Lively's new business, NY Times (sort of) calls Lena Dunham fat, and more

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Is Blake Lively launching her own version of GOOP? Did the New York Times call Lena Dunham fat? Which late rock star’s home just hit the market for almost 10 times its value?

Read on for the answers to these questions and more of today’s style and design headlines. 

Is Blake Lively’s new company a knock-off of Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP? [The Cut]

New York Times writer Ruth La Perla paints a picture of the Emmys red carpet moment between Lena Dunham and Claire Danes using words like “skeletal” and “pulchritude.” [HuffPo]

The appraised value of the Aberdeen, WA home where Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain grew up is $67,000, but it just hit the market priced at $500,000. [Forbes]

See style tips inspired by Park’s and Recreation’s Tom Haverford, proprietor of Rent-A-Swag. [Complex]

Rihanna was granted a permanent injunction against British retailer Topshop for selling a T-shirt featuring the singer’s image without getting her permission. [Mirror]

Victoria Beckham is partnering with Skype on a behind the scenes documentary about her eponymous fashion label. [Telegraph UK]

Originally posted September 26 2013 — 11:49 AM EDT

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