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THE INTERNET—Backstage interviews at Fashion Week can get kind of redundant, so we're digging Glamour's clever use of footage from last year's shows in their new video series "20 Outfit Ideas from America's Most Stylish People." If you sign up for their list, you'll get an email every day featuring a different fashion insider discussing the trends for fall. The fun part, of course, is that the videos were all filmed in the tents last September, so they're talking about looks that just came down the runway (which explains why Michael Kors uses the phrase "Barbie on acid" in the video above.) [Glamour]
NOLITA—Tomorrow night, designer Chris Habana launches a line of jewelry for A.OK, the lower-priced arm of boutique Oak. The collection, called "Legends of Pop," takes inspiration from the likes of Madonna, Prince, Michael Jackson, and Boy George, leading us to have high hopes for the afterparty. Drop by 28 Bond Street between 6pm and 8pm for the launch; the party's at Main Man (171 East Broadway) starting at 10pm. [Racked Inbox]