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Arts Post It: Bruce Oldfield is Not Designing Middleton’s Dress; New York City Ballet Continues Contract Negotiations

(Kate Middleton smiles after a visit to Witton Country Park. ANDREW YATES; AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

Keep Calm and Carry On: With one more day until the Royal Wedding, Bruce Oldfield announces that he is not designing Kate Middleton’s wedding gown, and Jenny Packham enters the rumor mill as a possible designer. Camilla’s dress designer is Anna Valentine. (WWD) (Elle UK)

Spare to the Fanfare: Chelsy Davy will be wearing two different Alberta Ferretti dresses. For the ceremony, she will wear a green satin dress and faille silk jacket. (People)

Statement Piece: First Lady Michelle Obama wore The Row when she appeared on “The View” last week, a high-end label designed by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. (Huffington Post)

Student Loans: Corcoran opens “Next at the Corcoran,” a spring exhibit featuring the graduating class of the Corcoran College of Art and Design. (Washington Post)

Dance Off?: Union contract negotiations continue with dancers in New York City Ballet (New York Times)

I Love You. You’re Perfect. Change: Chicago Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel announces that arts or cultural organizations are not immune from the tax changes he plans. (WBEZ)

PG Showing: Daphne Guinness announces that when she dresses for the Met Gala on Monday in the window of Barneys, the show will not be “burlesque.” (New York Magazine)

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