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  1. the hit list
    The 16 Most Ridiculous Moments From London Fashion WeekTampons in trees, nipple pasties, and Paul McCartney.
  2. the essential kate moss
    AnOther Magazine Did a Giant Kate Moss IssueCelebrating her ten-year anniversary.
  3. stuffed friends
    Jean Paul Gaultier Made a Cone Bra for His Teddy BearAs one does.
  4. things that are printed on paper
    An A-Z Guide to Indie Fashion Magazines Who they’re for, what they cover, and why you should read them.
  5. london fashion week
    Jefferson Hack Raises the Party Bar in LondonNotably, there were no hash brownies on the menu this time.
  6. london fashion week
    Fashion Photographer Will Davidson Made a Little Movie’The Chase’ celebrates grimy London and Sophia Kokosalaki’s debut collection for Diesel Black Gold.
  7. loose threads
    AllSaints Store Opens in Soho Today; Devi Kroell Exits Devi KroellAlso, check out Huggies’ new denim diaper!
  8. loose threads
    New Fendi Fashion Documentary; Kate Moss and Vanessa Paradis Land AnOther Magazine CoversAlso, Matthew Williamson and Erin Fetherston will appear on ‘The Beautiful Life.’
  9. model tracker
    Meet the New Girl: Darya KurovskaThe 17-year-old is one of the industry’s brightest rising stars.
  10. it just happened
    Bernanke Cuts Interest Rate; Dow Drops, Goes Up Again After a fraught holiday weekend in which the European and Asian stock markets dropped in response to Wall Street’s weakened state, and the nation grew near-hysterical with recession fears, the Fed finally stepped in this morning with an unprecedented eleventh-hour rate cut, to 3.5 percent. But was it too little too late? At first it appeared to be so: In the first half-hour of trading this morning, the Dow was down by 450 points. Now it’s hovering around 300, and analysts on CNN are encouraging a glass-half-full attitude. “This is not the biggest market drop ever, this is a steep drop and it’s coming after a couple weeks of steep drops,” one just said. “For the market to even close, to halt trading, we would have to see a drop of 1,350 points in the Dow Industrials.” Still, Asian and European markets remain volatile — and skeptical. “The dramatic reduction in the cost of money sends another worrying message to the markets,” London’s Daily Telegraph wrote this morning. “It says things are really looking very ropey indeed for the U.S. and by extension the global economy.”