Doggie Bag: Chinese Democracy, Beijing Barneys, and Geldof vs. Beckham

pmlinks_r29_1120.jpgRemember the sound-recording sewing machine? The concept has now moved over to the accessories department. (FWD)
Anna Wintour will not—you hear, not—work for the Obama administration. There is, however, a position opening up in the North Korean government soon. (The Cut)
Fashions that will prevent a Thanksgiving belly, even if you stuff yourself like a turkey. (Lemon Drop)
Barneys to open in Beijing. Communism officially declared dead, rotting. (NYPost)
In other international retail exchange news, Forever21 is opening a store in Japan, which means we still owe them a nice boutique or two since they gave us Uniqlo. (Just Style)
Is the American mall dead? Is there any chance that we care? (Huffington Post)
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Damon Dash was, "buggin' out," at the CFDA Fund Awards. Maybe he was nervous about meeting Zac Posen. It happens. (NYPost)
More from the Sonia Rykiel retrospective. (Guardian UK)
Why bother reviewing or even listening to the new Gun and Roses album? This picture does all the work for you. (VanityFair.com)
Peaches vs. Posh. Oh it is SO FUCKING ON! (The Cut)