5 Things To Know This AM — Jul 11 2012

If you've got a thing for patent-leather shoes, Cleveland isn't the place for you. And don't even think about wearing a hat while dancing in Fargo, North Dakota! Click through for some outrageous fashion laws and the punishment you'll receive by violating it (Sorry, Victoria Beckham, your suspenders aren't allowed 'round Arizona). (The Gloss)
Hot on the heels of a protest and subsequent airbrushing ban by Seventeen magazine, a dedicated duo is going after Teen Vogue for airbrushing celebrities and models, staging a protest outside the Condé Nast headquarters today. Which glossy will the teen activists take on next? (Buzzfeed)
If monthly subscriptions have got you down, get ready to meet your new favorite app — "Next Issue" is like Netflix for magazines. At $10/month for a regular membership and $15/month for a premium membership, which includes weeklies such as The New Yorker, your wallet will thank you. (Gizmodo)
Still not over the resort collections? Neither are we. Take this behind-the-scenes video of Preen's most recent collection as a present. We loved the moody models in bright florals the first time around, and this video is only fueling that fire. (Vimeo)
Bladorthin the Grey. Hermione Puckle. Pansy O'Hara. Diana Drew. Click through to see what your favorite literary characters were almost named. You'll be glad they weren't... (Mental Floss)
Victoria Beckham Elle Cover Photo: Via The Gloss

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