It Happened This Week: BeaRats Go Homeless, Anne Hathaway Can't Usurp Victoria Beckham, and Slap-On Bracelets Make a Comeback

anne-hathaway-marc1. Anne Hathaway was rumored to be Marc Jacobs' muse, but then denies the rumor. Rats, we really wanted to see her head popping out of a shopping bag. (People)
2. In the "Who's pervier?" battle of the century, hipster film darling Woody Allen goes up against hipster clothing monger Dov Charney. (NYP)
3. Because Beatrice was our living room and we are now locked out of our apartments, if somebody wants to house us, please comment below. (Blackbook)
4. Slap-on bracelets are back, prompting our Style Director to claim she had a Dior one in the '90s. Pull it out Piera, pull it out. (StyleFile)
5. The inevitable Topshop backlash hits grumpy journalists and shoppers. Whateva, we like the floral corset dress we bought. (NYT)
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6. LiLo and Sam split. La Lohan claims she wants to "focus on [her]self." Maybe this means she'll have time to add on a line of pants to her collection of leggings and hosiery...or at least wear them, for crying out loud. (HuffPo)
7. Kate Moss almost brings faith to the whole models eating cause by putting out a cookbook, but then she laughs the rumor off. Because really, there are so many better things in life than eating... (Daily Express)

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