5 Things To Know This AM — Oct 22 2012

In what seems like yet another game of fashion musical chairs, Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, Elle's accessories director and senior accessories editor, have amicably broken ties with the magazine. Any chance that accessories closet is up for grabs, too? (Fashionista)
Banana Republic and Mad Men have agreed to partner for a third time. The successful TV-meets-fashion collaboration is currently finding inspiration in Don Draper's sassy new wife, Megan. (Fashion Indie)
While most gym goers want to cover up with loose tanks and sweatpants, Nike is catering to those who want to show off some skin bones. This bold choice of design will be available to risk-takers this fall. (Racked)
In the ongoing cultural contest to poke fun at Brad Pitt's now infamous Chanel ad campaign, Saturday Night Live's Taran Killam may have done it best. The comedian played a confused Pitt, asking, “I’m sorry, is there really no script? Because I’ve been talking to myself for like two hours straight and I’m starting to sound insane." (Just Jared)
Everyone knows Rent the Runway is all about making luxury available to the masses, but apparently, brands aren't thrilled about the site's new user-submitted photos. The idea of plebs wearing their dresses works in theory, but seeing someone posing in front of a "You're In Steelers Country" banner is just a bit too much. (The New York Times)
Image via Fashionista.

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