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Style Notes: Rose McGowan's 27-Hour Dye Job; Victoria Beckham's Christmas Present

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David Beckham's holiday gift to wife Victoria is two pairs of silk pajamas by Olivia Von Halle. According to WWD, Beckham called British luxury goods retail store Harrods to place an order for the gift this week. The pajamas prices start at £330 or around $500. [WWD]

MTV is rolling out printable paper dolls celebrating the best fashion of the year in music videos, including Katy Perry in "Wide Awake." [MTV]

The issue of French Vogue that model and former French first lady Carla Bruni guest-edited is now out on newsstands. Bruni returns to modeling and poses with the likes of Yasmin Le Bon, Helena Christensen and Christy Turlington. [Huffington Post]

After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, Betsey Johnson's eponymous label is poised for a comeback. The plan is to relaunch the label as a lower-priced dress line that will be sold in department stores such as Macy's and Nordstrom. Johnson and her daughter Lulu Johnson are also starring in a reality TV series, The Betsey and Lulu Show, which will debut in March on the Style Network. The company’s owner Steve Madden is overseeing the re-launch of the label. [The Cut]

Olympic snowboarder Shaun White let his barber chop off several inches of his signature long mane for charity, Locks of Love. He told People in a video documenting the process: "It's for a good cause so I want to do it. Somebody needs it more than I do.” [People]

Machete actress Rose McGowan, inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer's hair color in the film Scarface, recently dyed her darker mane to platinum blonde. Tracey Cunningham, celebrity colorist (and cover girl for The Hollywood Reporter’s “The Beauty Issue”) did the dye job, which took 14 hours on the first day -- and 27 hours in total! [InStyle]

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