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Sellebrity: Lindsay's 6126 Leggings, Tod's Day with Gwyneth, Beyoncé's Kids

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Celebs hawking everything from upmarket lingerie to the fastest, cheapest fashion out there—it's all here at Sellebrity.

1) Lindsay Lohan: Despite Lohan's call for "diverse multi-cultural" looks and "no blondes please," when casting models for her 6126 leggings line (in homage to Marilyn Monroe's birthday), she hired at least one blondie to pose with her on Robertson Boulevard this past weekend. From the pics, the leggings are shiny and black, and accessorized with zippers, patent, quilted knee patches, or stirrups. The Fashion Police asks: "We would really like to know what the knee-pads are for, though. Anyone?" [The Fashion Police]

2) Gwyneth Paltrow: High-end Italian shoes and handbag label Tod's shot "a day in the life of Gwyneth Paltrow in Italy with her Tod's Pashmy bag," per Women's Wear Daily. Shot by actor/director Dennis Hopper, the four-minute short film will show for the first time at the Cannes Film Fest and then can be watched on the Tod's site. In the still, Gwyneth holds a rose, looks to the sky and ponders, what? Just how amazing is it to be Gwyneth for just one day? She can't imagine. She does it everyday. [WWD, subscription req]

3) Beyoncé Knowles: The Cut is disturbed by the pop star's Deréon kids line: "the scariest part of it all is staring you right in the face: the ads. Excuse us for stating the obvious, but this is not how little girls should dress. Or pose, for that matter." Calling attention to the cropped denim jackets, a strawberry dangle-y necklace ("thank God it wasn't another fruit"), and heels in the print ads, The Cut finds a tea party scene slightly more acceptable, but for the "girl at the table caked with face powder and lipstick." All true, but, to clarify, kiddie heels are not part of the actual line, but playing on a little-girl-in-dress-up theme. [The Cut]