Daily digest
WWD: And you thought it was over: the first reviews from L.A. Fashion Week, Arthur Mendonça, Kevan Hall, and Linda Loudermilk; Coach is en fuego; Avenue focuses on underserved plus-size women; the dilemma of new designers, retailers, and exclusives; and new designers expose themselves on eBay (pun intended).

NYO: Simon Doonan goes to Tokyo and concludes that Americans are fat (true: The biggest size in clothing in Japan is about a 6); and Noelle Hancock meets Bendel's star makeup counter guy.

VV: Lynn Yaeger's umpteenth story on political clothing.

WaPo: Robin Givhan's spring wrap-up; the deal with those yellow bracelets (don't buy 'em on eBay!); and speaking of eBay, style tips from Givhan and Constance White, eBay's Style Director.

The Daily: Runway reports from Custo and Kevan Hall; Armani ass-kissing; and Anna Molinari and DSquared2 ass-kissing.

Style.com: Backstage beauty from Marni, one of my fave lines; gratuitous pictures of Jude Law; Halloween slippers for fancy people; and Candy Pratts Price on crazy houseware (I love the Missoni plates).

Elle.com: African-inspired looks from the spring runways; haute clogs (ick); and a $415 self-deprecating T-shirt from Lucien Pellat-Finet.

Daily Candy: Lisa Levine's Mexican-inspired jewelry.

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