5 Things To Know This AM — May 29 2013

Watch out Savile Row, the dawn of 3-D printing is redefining what it means to be tailor-made, and Pamela Love is the first to admit it. (Vogue)
Gisele Bündchen shows off her beach body on the cover of Vogue Brazil. What's new? Oh, the fact that she gave birth a mere two months before the photo shoot, that's what. (Fashion Gone Rogue)
These courageous souls bared their deep, dark, '90s secret and told Intermix what they were wearing in 1993. (Racked)
Making it rain is an understatement in China — they make it downpour. One art piece at Art Basel Hong Kong sold for over $800,000, and that's not even the most expensive purchase. (Complex)
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Jenna Lyons would like you all to know that she will not be wearing Google Glass. That is all. (The Telegraph)
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Photo: Courtesy of Vogue / Taylor Jewell.
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