Chic Clicks: Jessica Simpson's Shoe Scandal, Snooki's Cozy New Venture

04/05/2012 at 01:30 PM ET

Jessica SimpsonByron Purvis/AdMedia/Retna

–Did Jessica Simpson plagiarize a Christian Louboutin shoe design? [Cellar Paper]

Mom-to-be Snooki is creating a line of kids’ slippers, which will retail for $15 [The Cut]

–Miranda Kerr and son Flynn pose together for a sweet magazine cover [PEOPLE]

–Five surprising ways to wear a basic gray sweatshirt this spring [Stylelist]

–OPI is launching a Minnie Mouse-inspired line of nail polishes for summer [InStyle]

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ugh on

People make knock offs all the time. What about Oscar dresses that get sold next day for next to nothing.. This is a nothing story.. The wealthy that can still buy the red soled show & show there wealth will continue to do so. There afe normal non wealthy people that deserve the right to have a small piece & wishful thinking & enjoy looking good too at minimal the price. What woman doesn’t have the right to do that or be that. Mainstream america cannot afford 1000 dollar shoes for a nite out. The attacks on Jessica this week have been unbearable to say the least. Lets hope her emotional well being is still in tact as she winds down what should be a beautiful & wonderful experince that is now tarnished with the attacks. Lets back off & if your going to call Jessica to the table start calling everyone else too.

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