Vanessa Hudgens Wants To Start Fashion And Beauty Blog, David Beckham To Launch Men’s Bodywear Line, And More Fashion News

Vanessa Hudgens at the launch in New York on May 18.
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• Actress Vanessa Hudgens admits that even though she’s not SUPER into Twitter and other social media (“I don’t want to tell people what I’m doing every second”), she wants to launch a blog on her Facebook page. V-Hudge would write about fashion and beauty in a “lifestyle” type blog. Bring it. {Just Jared}

• Soccer star/resident English hottie David Beckham and business partner Simon Fuller plan to launch a men’s bodywear line. David already has two successful fragrances under his belt, and judging by those LEGENDARY Emporio Armani underwear ads he’s done, we think he’s definitely in the right market. Let’s just hope he’s modeling his own knickers. {Fashionista}

• If you like Pirates of the Caribbean, you’re going to freaking LOVE this collab nOir jewelry did with the Disney picture! Think brushed silver metal two-finger rings with old-timey ships on them and TONS AND TONS of skulls and swords. Somehow they even managed to make dead fish look cool. Don’t question it. {Nitrolicious}

Nicole Richie has a pretty simple design philosophy when it comes to her two lines Winter Kate and House of Harlow 1960: She makes what she wants! She plans on releasing her first handbag collection this fall as well as continuing to make comfortable shoes “no matter how high the heels are.” Check out what else she has to say about her new collection! {People StyleWatch}

• Get the first look at the Prabal Gurung for J. Crew collaboration! We’re loving the huge bows exploding all over this collection—on a blazer lapel, on a beige silk blouse, and on a chic halter dress. These ain’t your mom’s clothes, that’s for sure. {The Cut}

Yves Saint Laurent has decided to, erm, expand their label by making cigarettes. Of course the gold and black boxes are just as chic as the model smoking the cigs, but we’re not into promoting unhealthy habits. Let’s keep the fashion houses focused on fashion, shall we? {Refinery 29}