Fashionista Week in Review: The Fashion Industry Post-Sandy, Celebs Come Out for Halloween and More Peeks at Prabal Gurung for Target

Celebs Do Halloween: With Halloween washed away by Sandy, we had a good time living vicariously through our favorite stars. Some, like Ellen Degeneres and Miley Cyrus, dressed as fellow celebs, and others sparked controversy with their costumes. R-Patz and K-Stew Face Off: There was a rumor that Robert Pattinson inked his own fragrance deal with Dior (which was later denied), but we still needed to know: Who would broodily sell their fragrance better, Kristen or Rob?
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Celebs Do Halloween: With Halloween washed away by Sandy, we had a good time living vicariously through our favorite stars. Some, like Ellen Degeneres and Miley Cyrus, dressed as fellow celebs, and others sparked controversy with their costumes. R-Patz and K-Stew Face Off: There was a rumor that Robert Pattinson inked his own fragrance deal with Dior (which was later denied), but we still needed to know: Who would broodily sell their fragrance better, Kristen or Rob?
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Celebs Do Halloween: With Halloween washed away by Sandy, we had a good time living vicariously through our favorite stars. Some, like Ellen Degeneres and Miley Cyrus, dressed as fellow celebs, and others sparked controversy with their costumes.

R-Patz and K-Stew Face Off: There was a rumor that Robert Pattinson inked his own fragrance deal with Dior (which was later denied), but we still needed to know: Who would broodily sell their fragrance better, Kristen or Rob?

Hurricane Sandy and the Retail Industry: Despite taking major financial hits some retailers did what they could to help people deal with the aftermath of Sandy. Others, like American Apparel, were accused of being tacky and opportunistic.

Fashion Insiders Deal With Sandy: While many downtown fashion types were forced to check into uptown hotels, Bill Cunningham traded his trademark blue jacket for a poncho and got to work.

We Read the Fashion Mags So You Don't Have To: Sandy has left us with plenty of time to peruse the fashion mags so we put together this nifty little summary of November's glossies for you.

Surviving Sandy: Keep calm and light a candle. Also, hurricane-proof your beauty routine with these fixes that don't require power or water.

Prabal Gurung for Target: We spotted Olivia Thirlby shooting the campaign in the streets of New York on Sunday. Here's a sneak peek of what you can expect.

Kate Moss Opens Up: The notoriously press shy model told Vanity Fair about how she broke down after shooting for Calvin Klein with Marky Mark, that she takes bad pictures, and how hard it was getting over Johnny Depp.