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Jennifer Lopez and offspring star in Gucci’s children’s ads

This is about as exciting as fashion news gets. J-Lo, now that she is back to pre-baby fabulousness and has got her old face back, is starring in Gucci‘s debut children’s advertisements, along with, obviously, her children. Yes, those children …

Tue, Oct 26, 2010, 10:58

   

This is about as exciting as fashion news gets. J-Lo, now that she is back to pre-baby fabulousness and has got her old face back, is starring in Gucci‘s debut children’s advertisements, along with, obviously, her children.

Yes, those children are adorable, but is it just me or does it look as if they could well be dressed in clothing from the Gap? Presumably these Gucci duds are just that little bit more expensivo.

In other news, I bought nothing last week so the “what I bought” post will have to wait – but you can follow Fash Mob on Twitter or on Facebook, where we will be uploading lookbooks as they drop (Christmas heaven, don’t you know) and running exclusive Twitter and/or Facebook competitions.

Oh AND stay tuned because this afternoon we have an anonymous review (by a MAN) of a slightly embarrassing manscaping venture, and I’m also going to make a foray into menswear posting (maybe today, maybe tomorrow . . .)

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