5 Things To Know This AM — Oct 24 2012

Texan artist and designer Alyson Fox has brought her love of textiles and geometry to amazing home decor store and enemy of our wallets, West Elm. The designer's chevron-printed rugs and pillows will playfully add a dash of rustic chic to any space.
(West Elm)

Jourdan Dunn is the latest to strip down to basics for rag & bone's D.I.Y. Project. The makeup-free model flaunted her simplest casual wear in some pretty intimate photographs taken at her new London apartment.
(Fashion Gone Rogue)

Marc Jacobs has enlisted the help of a very excited, well-built topless man to advertise his latest collection of boxing glove necklaces. Who wouldn't want phrases like "Hit It, Quit it" and "Low Blow" emblazoned across their chest? (YouTube)
The newly-renovated Macy's in NYC has unveiled its show-stopping 1,930-square-foot Coach shop. The store-within-a-store is now 70% bigger, and a lot more high-tech. One cool feature: Shoppers can instantly transform columns playing video presentations into mirrors with a single touch. Sign us up! (Racked)

Care for some Halloween costume inspiration from a celebrity without actually having to dress up as one? Fashion Indie has compiled a list of Hollywood's best and most outrageous costumes. If Fergie decked out in full Toddlers in Tiaras gear doesn't inspire you, then we're not sure what will.
(Fashion Indie)


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