5 Things To Know This AM — Nov 29 2012

As if we weren't addicted enough already, Polyvore now has an iPhone app, so you can design, edit, and publish looks wherever you go, 24/7. Take that, Instagram! (Polyvore)
Burn: Khloé Kardashian revealed on Ellen that she had to be Photoshopped into the clan's infamous family Christmas card. No word yet on whether or not Kanye will be photobombing in the background. (E! Online)
It was only a matter of time before leather nails became a thing, and of course Alexa Chung is the first to wear 'em. Sadly, you can’t get Nails Inc. London's "Bling It On" polish just yet, so we'll have to live vicariously through Ms. Chung for now. (MTV Style)
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If you're not quite ready to shell out for the Stella McCartney hologram clutch, why not get the look for less? Check out this DIY tutorial on how to make your very own version and shine brightly all season long. (Who What Wear)
“I’m always asked about what I would recommend, or what a girl should do — but it doesn’t work like that. You have to find yourself and what fits you and what’s good for you, and most of all, feel self-confident.” Wise words from Isabel Marant...read more in her interview with Into the Gloss. (Into the Gloss)
...And, last but not least, today on Tinseltown: Gift advice, DIY, recipes, and more!
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