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Darren Criss Late to Fashion’s Night Out; Rick Owens on Manliness

• Darren Criss was late to his FNO appearance with fellow Glee cast members and Anna Wintour at Saks. [NYT]

Hussein Chalayan is launching his new label, Chalayan Grey, during New York Fashion Week. [WWD]

• Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci clutches Mariacarla Boscono and Saskia de Brauw (both nude, naturally) on the new cover of Dazed & Confused. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• Klout, a company that rates people based on their "digital influence," has ranked the top ten Fashion Week designers. The Project Runway show came in first, followed by Diane Von Furstenberg; Michael Kors and DKNY tied for third. [On the Runway/NYT]

Rick Owens: "I’m probably not the best authority on being manly, but I do know that a bit of ambiguity in the right man can really make his masculinity pop." [T Magazine]

• Suzy Menkes on colorful pants for men: "Sex is, of course, at the soul of fancy pants. Why would any male wear blood red, peacock green or hazard-warning orange unless it was to draw attention to the lower half, to manhood?" [T Magazine]

• JCPenney has backed out of a deal that would compensate families of workers killed in a fire at one of their factories in Bangladesh. [Styleite]

• Nike is replicating the glowing sneakers from the 1989 movie Back to the Future II. Sadly, they won't be able to lace themselves (so what's the point, really?). [HuffPo]

• Ali Lohan's modeling agency denied reports that she's had plastic surgery, even though recent photos of her suggest otherwise. [Us]

• Gwyneth Paltrow wore orange to host the opening of Coach's first European store in London. [Catwalk Queen]

Glamour has named a new publisher, Jason Wagenheim, formerly of Entertainment Weekly. [WWD]

Joan Smalls appears on British Elle's new cover. [Design Scene]

Georgia May Jagger's September Italian Vogue editorial has a star motif. [Vogue It]

• The November issue of Lucky has three covers, one for each of three ladies whose last name begins with the letter K. [Celebuzz]

• Rachel Bilson, Olivia Palermo, and Byrdie Bell are "guest editing" for shoe site Piperlime. [BlackBook]

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