MUSE OF THE WORLD: LVMH Not Taking Back Galliano...Conde Nast September Issues to Double as Coke Mirrors...Michael Kors' Walks Down the Gay Marriage Aisle

- Bernard Arnault whipped out the .38 and shot down rumors -- sparked by Cathy Horyn, no less -- that John Galliano would return to LVMH. [NYT] - Hussein Chalayan was "devastated" when Tom Ford passed him over in 2001 for being "too avant-garde." I guess birthing eggs weren't what Gucci was looking for back then. [Vogue UK] - Vogue's coveted September cover will go to Kate Moss and her wedding, shot by go-to Wintour lensman, Mario Testino. And Vanity Fair is going decidedly classy by shooting Lindsay Lohan while under house arrest for their September issue. [Page Six] - Apparently, Princess Beatrice has been listening to the haters and has hired full-blown fashionista Emma Watson's stylist for $2400/day. Meanwhile, throw that glorified basketball hoop of a Philip Treacy hat back on and stop boring me. [Styleite] - Ice queen Johnny Weir will be the face of MAC Cosmetics' holiday collection, "Glitter and Ice." [Page Six] - And if that isn't gay enough for you, check out the windows of Michael Kors Bleecker Street  location in celebration of the recently passed same-sex marriage bill. Those brides are actually drag queens, FYI. [Racked]