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Glamour Magazine

  1. fashion tragedies
    Retailers, Editors Cut Back on the Couture ShowsMany retailers are skipping the couture shows next month to save money.
  2. the queen is back
    Unveiled: Britney Spears’s ‘Glamour’ CoverIt’s not terribly high fashion, but the girl’s got to take things one step at a time.
  3. sightings
    Spotted: Leighton Meester and Penn Badgley Doing Photo ShootsLeighton could soon grace the cover of ‘Teen Vogue’ and Penn the pages of ‘Glamour.’
  4. the queen is back
    Britney Spears Lands January ‘Glamour’ CoverSo that’s what that recent Patrick Demarchelier shoot was for!
  5. first responders
    Live From the Barneys Warehouse Sale!We’re in Chelsea, reporting live from the most wonderful melee of them all.
  6. run through
    Keira Knightley and Jessica Simpson Land September CoversKnightley appears on ‘Vogue,’ which is a risk since her last ‘Vogue’ cover didn’t sell very well. Simpson ought to sell well for ‘Elle.’
  7. loose threads
    Magazines Vie for ‘Project Runway’ Spot; DVF Makes Walk of FameFive magazines are bidding on the season-six ‘Project Runway’ sponsorship spot, Diane Von Furstenberg will be added to the Fashion Walk of Fame, and Victoria Beckham says TomKat are “normal.”
  8. loose threads
    Dove: ‘Real Beauty’ IS Real; Iman: Italian ‘Vogue’ Cover Girl?The photo retoucher who told ‘The New Yorker’ he extensively altered the Dove images said his quote was taken out of context, Iman’s the rumored cover girl of the all-black Italian ‘Vogue,’ and is L.C. getting bad?
  9. loose threads
    Skinny Male Models Don’t Make as Much Cash as Buff Ones; ‘Glamour’ Clashes with JezebelOne male model says his skinny peers don’t make as much money and only some houses, like Prada, are looking for rail thin males. [WSJ]
  10. dress code
    Let’s Take a Moment to Talk About Patricia FieldFor the edification of Cosmo sippers everywhere, Glamour’s style blogger, executive fashion editor Suze Yalof Schwartz, compiled a list of what Sex and the City costume stylist Patricia Field loves and hates. Schwartz writes, “There is nothing better than a stylist who is not only passionate but has a distinct point of view. A great stylist either loves it or hates it and there is nothing in between.”