Fashion News Roundup: Thom Browne Womenswear Revealed, Barney's Holiday Windows Will Be Food-Themed and Oprah's Giving Carson Kressley a Show

I want to be a Thom Browne girl: Surprise?! As far as we know, this is the first look at Thom Browne's upcoming line for women. It of course it's amazing. {Jak & Jil} Google's Trend Tracker: You can now track consumer interest in trends or brands on Google. The company, which has become increasingly fashion-conscious, demonstrates in their retail advertising blog how search queries can be traced and graphed over time and based on location. For example, most fashion trend-related searches grow in places like New York and Los Angeles and then spread throughout the rest of the country. Pretty cool. {Google via Blackbook} Kate Moss is just like us: She got bored and cut her own bangs--with kitchen scissors. {Fashionologie}
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I want to be a Thom Browne girl: Surprise?! As far as we know, this is the first look at Thom Browne's upcoming line for women. It of course it's amazing. {Jak & Jil} Google's Trend Tracker: You can now track consumer interest in trends or brands on Google. The company, which has become increasingly fashion-conscious, demonstrates in their retail advertising blog how search queries can be traced and graphed over time and based on location. For example, most fashion trend-related searches grow in places like New York and Los Angeles and then spread throughout the rest of the country. Pretty cool. {Google via Blackbook} Kate Moss is just like us: She got bored and cut her own bangs--with kitchen scissors. {Fashionologie}
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I want to be a Thom Browne girl: Surprise?! As far as we know, this is the first look at Thom Browne's upcoming line for women. Of course, it's amazing. {Jak & Jil}

Google's Trend Tracker: You can now track consumer interest in trends or brands on Google. The company, which has become increasingly fashion-conscious, demonstrates in their retail advertising blog how search queries can be traced and graphed over time and based on location. For example, most fashion trend-related searches grow in places like New York and Los Angeles and then spread throughout the rest of the country. Pretty cool. {Google via Blackbook}

Stylelist Breakup: AOL's Stylelist is losing style news editor Susannah Cahn and senior beauty editor Laura Kenney. No news on where they're going. {Business Insider}

Kate Moss is just like us: She got bored and cut her own bangs--with kitchen scissors. {Fashionologie}

Queer Eye for the Small Town Guy: Oprah's new television network, OWN, just released their program schedule for next year and we knew there would be something fashion-related. In addition to The Judds and Ryan and Tatum: The O’Neals, there will be Carson-Nation, in which former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy fashion "expert" Carson Kressley "travels to small towns to transform lives." {The Hollywood Reporter}

A Foodie Holiday: Simon Doonan discusses his plans for food-themed Barneys holiday windows and it sounds amazing. Plus, he says things like, “I’m interested in the dissonance between fashion and food. Whenever we do an event, the fashion people say, ‘No food please. Let’s just serve vodka.'" The windows will be unveiled November 16. {The Moment}

Marc's Personal Collections: Wondering what kinds of things Marc Jacobs collects? Turns out it's not just kilts. {The Inside Source}