5 Things To Know This AM — Sep 14 2012

Aldo debuted its fall and holiday '12 campaign ads shot by Terry Richardson, featuring Canadian model Anais Pouliot. The ads are sequined, colorful, and super-saturated (no surprises here). (Fashion Gone Rogue)
Sometimes buzz is just buzz, but the recent chatter about Deborah Needleman's offer to officially join T as Sally Singer's replacement for editor-in-chief, seems like a lot more than just hearsay. (WWD)
This xoJane writer says the former Harper's Bazaar intern's lawsuit against Hearst is unwarranted, because "interning is hard work." Fair point, or is she perpetuating an unfair system? (xoJane)
Topshop will not only be live-streaming its upcoming spring/summer collection, but actually selling several pieces straight from the runway. These wears will travel directly from London Fashion Week and onto your doorstep within 48 hours. And no, you're not dreaming. (Fashion Telegraph)
Be sure to watch Diane von Furstenberg's beautiful video made with the futuristic Google Glasses she wore at her latest show. "DVF through Glass" will allow you to experience the designer's pre-show preparations for yourself. This might be the closest we ever come to modeling. (Huffington Post)
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