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All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Joseph Altuzarra, Leandra Medine, and Alexander Wang are among those who made this year's Forbes 30 Under 30 list for art and style. [Forbes]
  • L'Wren Scott will present her Fall 2013 collection during London Fashion Week. [Fashion Etc]
  • Instagram's new terms of service has sparked a negative response from fashion folk such as Nina Garcia, Coco Rocha, and Christian Siriano. []
  • Karlie Kloss, Lily Donaldson, Lindsey Wixon, and Milla Jovovich have contributed some of their favorite recipes to a new cookbook, Model Kitchen. [Telegraph]
  • House of Holland's new iPhone app lets users virtually animate the brand's signature pompom. [House of Holland Blog]
  • Dazed & Confused casting director Noah Shelly says humor is the secret to a successful fashion week: "If you can't laugh during fashion week, good luck and God bless." [AnotherMag]
  • Girls star Lena Dunham has been named Time's coolest person of the year. [Time]
  • Badgley Mischka has launched ecommerce. [WWD]
  • As a part of Selfridges "No Noise" campaign, the department store will debut a silent shopping area in which shoppers will be asked to leave their phones — and shoes — at the door. [Vogue UK]
  • Daisy Lowe shines in H&M's party collection. [H&M YouTube]
  • Prabal Gurung says his Pre-Fall collection represents the intersection of a recent trip to Nepal with distant memories of the 1996 film William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. [Prabal Gurung Facebook]
  • A selection of personal items once belonging to Greta Garbo fetched $1.6 million at auction. [Daily Mail]
  • Hilary Rhoda, Leandra Medine, and Brian Boy join Rebecca Minkoff in a raucous rendition of Mariah Carey's classic: "All I Want For Christmas Is You." [YouTube] Photo: Model Kitchen by Cesare Casier
  • All the news bits fit to print here, in our daily roundup.
    • Cara Delevingne graces the cover of's Spring 2013 issue, which hits newsstands Nov. 5. [Fashion Etc.]
    • Singer Rita Ora has replaced Alexa Chung as the face of Superga and will appear in the brand's Spring 2013 campaign. [MTV Style]
    • Speaking of campaigns, Olivia Thirlby will star in the ads for Prabal Gurung's upcoming collaboration with Target. Thirlby was spotted shooting the campaign with the designer in New York this weekend. [Fashionista]
    • Proof that body art can be chic: Dior has released a set of temporary tattoos made from 24-karat gold priced at $120. [Fashion Indie]
    • So, what did Donna Karan and Valerie Steele discuss at this weekend's Designers & Books Fair at FIT? Life and death, of course. [The Cut]
    • Vivienne Westwood showed her support for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by paying him a visit in London. On Nov. 3, Westwood will take her support one step further when she starts selling t-shirts online to support WikiLeaks' work. [WWD]
    • Suzy Menkes says wool is making a comeback. [The New York Times]
    • H&M has been accused of underpaying its workers in Cambodia. [The Daily Telegraph]