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  1. phoebephiles
    Céline Is Sticking With Brick and Mortar for NowWhy the house has resisted the call of ecommerce.
  2. party pics
    Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld Partied in ParisAlong with Joan Smalls, Naomi Campbell, Anna Dello Russo, and more.
  3. teach them well and let them lead the way
    Kendall Jenner Reflects on Her Well-Spent Youth for WSJShe is now a Wall Street Journal columnist.
  4. the style draft
    Meet Preetma Singh, Who Went From Lawyer to Fashion EditorWSJ.’s market editor on her not-so-ordinary career path.
  5. male gaze
    Male Gaze: Wes Anderson, With Florals and TweedsAnd, of course, a vintage armchair.
  6. it's in the bag
    The Altuzarra Handbag, Unicorn of Fashion It’s coming. 
  7. gift guide math
    How Rich Do These Magazine Editors Think We Are?We crunched the numbers and called for those “price upon request” items on this year’s most lavish gift guides.
  8. cover boys
    Tom Ford Talks Diapers, Sanitary Wipes, and FatherhoodIn WSJ.’s new menswear issue.
  9. the hit list
    The 34 End-All, Be-All Best Fashion Week MomentsThe New York season is over, y’all.
  10. let's party
    Print Media Is Alive and Partying at Fashion WeekThe silliest party photos of the first official night of New York Fashion Week.
  11. cover girls
    Deborah Needleman Puts Lee Radziwill on Her Debut T Cover“We’re post-race, post-feminist, but I feel like we’re not quite post-age.” 
  12. things that are printed on paper
    See Kristina O’Neill’s First WSJ. CoverStarring Kati Nescher in Alexander Wang.
  13. hot topics
    Fashion Week Tip Sheet: Eight People to Gossip AboutThe biggest stories we’ll be following this season.
  14. ins and outs
    Magnus Berger Tapped As WSJ.’s New Creative DirectorAn unexpectedly edgy choice for the magazine.
  15. cover girls
    Evaluating Marion Cotillard’s Many 2012 CoversHow did multiple Vogues, W, and others handle one of this year’s biggest stars?
  16. ins and outs
    Another Editor Departs Harper’s Bazaar for WSJ. MagazineElisa Lipsky-Karasz will be fashion news and features director.
  17. loose threads
    Lord & Taylor Will Stay Open on ThanksgivingPlus, Kate Moss wears Louis Vuitton’s Yayoi Kusama collection for Jalouse magazine.
  18. fashion awards
    Olsens Win WSJ.’s ‘Innovator of the Year’ AwardThey should put these awards in a row.
  19. ins and outs
    Other Contenders for WSJ. Job: Slowey, LanphearIn case you were wondering.
  20. tastemakers
    Vanessa Friedman Wore One Bag All Fashion MonthBecause, if there’s one thing the Financial Times fashion editor hates, it’s dressing for bloggers.
  21. ins and outs
    What Will T Look Like Under Deborah Needleman?She supposedly planned this out well before Sally Singer even stepped down.
  22. ins and outs
    Deborah Needleman Already Has Her First T Cover PlannedAlso, she’s looking forward to the Times cafeteria.
  23. ins and outs
    FT’s Vanessa Friedman Eyed for Deborah Needleman’s WSJ. SpotStefano Tonchi recommends her for the job.
  24. ins and outs
    Confirmed: Deborah Needleman Moves to TShe’s officially leaving WSJ.
  25. non-denial denials
    T Magazine Rumors Hound Deborah NeedlemanThe WSJ editor offers a Zen koanlike denial. 
  26. ins and outs
    Deborah Needleman Reportedly Offered T Position Twice NowBut she has not accepted.
  27. cover girls
    Charlotte Gainsbourg Only Changes Her Outfit ‘When It’s Smelly’Hot!
  28. cover girls
    Exclusive First Look: Anjelica Huston’s Gorgeous WSJ. CoverThe original Halstonette, in all her glory.
  29. girl crushes
    Joan Juliet Buck Models Jewels in WSJ. MagazineAlong with Clarissa Dalrymple, Gisue Hariri, and Dale Larocca, who wear $60 million worth of gems.
  30. cover girls
    WSJ. Magazine Styled Chanel Iman in Lots of Big Hats and VeilsHats, hats, hats.
  31. party chat
    Marc Jacobs Will Wear ‘A Very Perverse and Decadent’ Halloween CostumeAnd other things we learned at the ‘WSJ.’ magazine Innovator of the Year Awards.
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