Demi Snatches Anja’s Body, The Ladies Like Aggy, and GPS Knickers


Thanks to lens work by John Akehurst and styling by Elisabetta Dal Bello, Georgia Frost makes for a fairly accurate Courtney Love in the new
—of course, not even their production department could Photoshop in enough crazy for it to be fully realistic. (Fashion Gone Rogue)

While you've got Photoshopping on the mind, Anja Rubik's torso is so damned hot that
may or may not have stolen it for their Demi Moore cover. (Fashionologie)

Ok, so it turns out you will have to put up with another season of Lindsay Lohan at Ungaro. (WWD)
Was domestic abuse a factor in Daul Kim's suicide last week? (The Cut)
Last Sunday, a woman propositioned Agyness Deyn at an afterparty at Abe & Arthur's, but Aggy remained loyal to her team. (NYP)
Who needs a personal shopper? The Cut sorts through the Rag & Bone store for you. (The Cut)
Having GPS installed in your underwear will let your significant other know where you are at all times… or at where you might have left something behind. (NYDN)
So now style bloggers are "e-con celebs"? We just can't keep up with all these new nouns. (Guardian UK)
Catherine McNeil, whom we love dearly, was recently spotted with possibly self-inflicted cuts on her arm. We hope all is well. (Daily Telegraphy AU)
Some Central Saint Martins students and alums are actually against the school getting new buildings. Takes all kinds, right? (Elle)
Is the new Beatrice-Inn-level hotspot going to be under the Puck Building? Keep an ear to the ground on that one. (Guest of a Guest)
The new H+M collection features skirts for men. Now that they've reached "fast fashion" status, you may go ahead and buy your BF one for Christmas without controversy. (Shine)
Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony rocks the "late-nineties successful Internet guy" look. (The Cut)
Here's an extensive Thanksgiving playlist to help you bop through the Strum und Drang of Turkey Day. Gobble, gobble, everybody! (Village Voice)

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