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Ashley Greene Is DKNY’s New Face; J-WOWW Went Trick-or-Treating Yesterday

J-WOWW's "Halloween" outfit.

Twilight actress Ashley Greene will be the face of the DKNY and DKNY Jeans spring 2012 ad campaigns. [StyleWatch/People]

• Over two weeks before Halloween, J-WOWW went "trick-or-treating" dressed as the Svedka Bot Girl. She clearly wasn't paid to do this or anything. [Fashionista]

• Probably due to this scandal, Urban Outfitters has removed all mention of their whole range of Navajo-inspired products from their website. [Jezebel]

• Thanks to a pair of six-inch heels, poor Joanna Coles fell down some stairs at a Marie Claire event celebrating new cover girl Katie Holmes yesterday. [Page Six/NYP]

WWD's "Man of the Week" is an OWS protester. Though he gets an A- for his style, the newspaper thinks he needs to focus on a better facial-cleansing routine — facials aren’t just for the one percent, apparently. [WWD]

• Here’s a look inside the debut issue of a new illustrated fashion magazine, Herself. It's the "Portrait Issue," and features drawings of Angelina Jolie, Kate Moss, Frida Kahlo, and others. [HighSnobiety]

• Apparently the only things you’ll find in Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld’s fridge are Veuve Cliquot Champage and tomato ketchup. So he probably eats out a lot, or just drinks his meals. [Daily Front Row]

• Brooklyn-based artist Hugo Guinness is collaborating with Coach, and his sketches will feature on a line of the label’s bags and small leather goods. [WWD]

• The Times looks at fashionable moms dressing up for the school run. [NYT]

Photo: Albert Michael/startraksphoto.com via Fashionista

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