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Chic Clicks: The $50,000 Dolce & Gabbana Dress You Have to See; Plus, Amanda Seyfried's New Givenchy Ad

05/03/2013 at 03:38 PM ET

Dolce and Gabbana Fall 2013 Dress Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho/Getty

–Looking to really splurge? Net-a-Porter has reportedly purchased this Dolce & Gabanna red, beaded confection with a retail price of close to $50,000 — the most expensive item ever for an online retailer. (Side note: How amazing would Scarlett Johansson look in this dress). [Racked]

–See Amanda Seyfried’s debut fragrance ad for Givenchy’s Very Irresistible. [Grazia UK]

–We don’t know what kind of hate-o-rade Simon Doonan has been drinking but the Barney’s ambassador says First Lady Michelle Obama is “not chic.” Turns out, he has his own definition of the word. [HuffPost Style]

Vogue leader Anna Wintour talks about Carey Mulligan’s “enormous style” and reveals that everyone intimidates her. (We find this very hard to believe.) [E! News]

Kristen Stewart’s Balenciaga partnership is still going strong despite rumors she severed ties with the high-end fashion label. [The Cut]

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