5 Things To Know This AM — Sep 05 2012

Who says fashion people don't eat dessert? Lanvin has teamed up with French macaron house Ladurée to create a delightfully stylish box of sweets. (Grazia Daily)
Looks like it's a magazine-editors-only round of musical chairs. Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Kate White is being replaced by Marie Claire's editor-in-chief Joanna Coles, who is being replaced by former Marie Claire executive editor (and current editor-in-chief of Brides) Anne Fulenwider. We're tired just thinking about all that running around. (The Cut)
With everyone stressing out about NYFW, it's refreshing to see a designer have a sense of humor about it. Rebecca Minkoff's Fashion Week-inspired Mad Libs made us smile, and almost — if only for a mere moment — forget how tired we'll be come next week. (Fashionista)
Okay, so, yes, everyone does a "Fashion Week Essentials" write up, but industry stars (like Net-a-Porter's fashion director Holli Rogers and Barneys' Tomoko Ogura) breathe new light into the topic. Don't expect anything as basic as "coffee" or "shoe inserts" on this list. (Style.com)
Anyone who doubts the Internet's influence on fashion is going to find their foot snugly in their mouth after viewing this video about The Cambridge Satchel Company. Who knew that a company so famous for making an It bag had such humble beginnings? (YouTube)

Image: Via Grazia Daily

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