5 Things To Know This AM — Aug 27 2012

And the fall campaigns are rolling in! We're crushing on this image from Rebecca Minkoff, modeled after Ewan McGregor's documentary The Long Way Round. Per usual, we want everything model Eliza Cummings is wearing. (Rebecca Minkoff)
Labor Day weekend is almost here, and you deserve to celebrate summer's last hoorah in style. Hit up Maison Premiere's party (on Monday, September 3, from noon to 8 p.m.), featuring a clambake, BBQ fixin's, and their infamous oyster eating contest. (Maison Premiere)
Speaking of parties, we've got a bash for all you night owls. #LESBeat: One Night In Chinatown, thrown by Red Bull, will feature guest DJs and surprise performances. It goes down on Thursday (starting at 11 p.m.) at a secret Chinatown locale. (Youtube)
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Are you an aspiring stylist, or just have an obsession with all things Dior, Lanvin, and Givenchy? You've gotta check out the new Albright Downstairs, the ultimate for-rent fashion library. (Albright Downstairs)
Say goodbye to fashion week wardrobe blunders — Rent The Runway is partnering with W Hotels to offer "closets" full of their high-fashion inventory. You can visit the hotel and take home clothes on the spot. (Women's Wear Daily)
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Photo: Courtesy of Rebecca Minkoff
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