5 Things To Know This AM — Nov 28 2012

In conjunction with Valentino Garavani's "Master of Couture" exhibit at the Somerset House in London, the legendary designer has launched a virtual museum highlighting his best designs. Valentino may be tooting his own horn, but we'll allow it. (Valentino Garavani Museum)
Kate Moss and Mario Testino are together again, creating beautiful photographs for Vogue Spain's December issue. Call us crazy, but if Kate Moss were really a matador, we have a feeling she'd have no problem getting those bulls to behave. (High Snobette)
Following in the footsteps of YSL, Givenchy, and Chanel, Hermès will duplicate its iconic scarf prints on itty-bitty stamps for the French postal service. Somehow Audrey Hepburn's nephew in Charade just became a whole lot more chic. (WWD)
In an inspiring, honest interview, Isabel Marant dishes on feminism, tanning, and life's aging process. As this is coming from one of fashion's biggest trend fortune-tellers, we'll take as much of her advice as we can get. (Into The Glass)
It's sad to think that after spending countless afternoons with the MTV VJs, we forgot to keep in touch. Luckily, we're now up to date with the latest from Jesse Camp, Pauly Shore, and even Downtown Julie Brown. (Huffington Post Style)
...And last but not least, today on Tinseltown: Forget about your friends and family, what's on your DOG'S wish list this holiday?
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Image via Valentino Garavani Museum

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