5 Things To Know This AM

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Models Liu Wen, Frida Gustavsson, and Constance Jablonski get rather comfortable (read: topless) for Patrick and Victor Demarchelier's "What's Contemporary?" project. The series represents the photographers' take on contemporary art and design. Being that most of the models are partially nude and in Levi's, we guess it makes a pretty bold statement about what is truly contemporary. (Fashion Gone Rogue)

Karl Lagerfeld got awkwardly pranked on the French talk show Le Grand Journal. After talking about the designer's famous cat, Choupette, a supposed fan wanted to bring out his own cat and bond over all things feline. The Kaiser had to put on his best poker face when out came an adult male wearing a furry, kitty costume complete with a diaper. His response: unamused. (The Cut)

Judy Garland's iconic dress from The Wizard of Oz will be auctioned off at Julien's Auctions in California in early November. Bids for the blue gingham dress will start at $200,000. If you have some extra dough to spend, this may just be the perfect Halloween costume. (Fashion Telegraph)

Go behind the scenes at Meadham Kirchoff's latest show in a dreamy-meets-creepy video, "A Cautionary Tale." The very Marie Antoinette vid shows an array of colorful bows and fabrics juxtaposed with vignettes of scary old-timey toys. Again, just in time for Halloween. (Style.com)

Not fully awake yet? Well, this throwback roundup of 15 years of Destiny's Child style will jolt you to your senses. Whether you're disgusted or in sheer awe, this is a link to bookmark. Seriously. (MTV Style)

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