Karlie Kloss Covers Vogue Japan, Scott Schuman Goes to a Burlesque Club, and Daisy Lowe Collabs with Michael Kors

Karlie Kloss wears Saint Laurent on the cover of Vogue Japan's November issue, shot by Patrick Demarchelier. {The Fashion Spot} The battle for workers' rights in Bangladesh continues. A failure to reach an agreement on minimum wage has sparked a series of protests in Dhaka. {WWD} Lena Dunham's little sis Grace couldn't help but make fun of her sister's rather, errr, questionable Emmys outfit: "It's like the Delia's catalogue made a red carpet dress!" Ouch. Then again, that's kind of what little sisters are for. {US Weekly}
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Karlie Kloss wears Saint Laurent on the cover of Vogue Japan's November issue, shot by Patrick Demarchelier. {The Fashion Spot} The battle for workers' rights in Bangladesh continues. A failure to reach an agreement on minimum wage has sparked a series of protests in Dhaka. {WWD} Lena Dunham's little sis Grace couldn't help but make fun of her sister's rather, errr, questionable Emmys outfit: "It's like the Delia's catalogue made a red carpet dress!" Ouch. Then again, that's kind of what little sisters are for. {US Weekly}
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Karlie Kloss wears Saint Laurent on the cover of Vogue Japan's November issue, shot by Patrick Demarchelier. {The Fashion Spot}

The battle for workers' rights in Bangladesh continues. A failure to reach an agreement on minimum wage has sparked a series of protests in Dhaka. {WWD}

Lena Dunham's little sis Grace couldn't help but make fun of her sister's rather, errr, questionable Emmys outfit: "It's like the Delia's catalogue made a red carpet dress!" Ouch. Then again, that's kind of what little sisters are for. {US Weekly}

Charlotte Olympia has quite the Halloween treat for you: The designer is celebrating the spooky holiday with a limited edition line of vampire and pumpkin-inspired shoes and bags. {WWD}

Poppy Delevingne talks about working with Emilio Pucci creative director and "hunky Viking" Peter Dundas. {Telegraph}

Daisy Lowe is teaming up with Michael Kors for the brand's Destination Kors series. Coolness ensues. {Grazia}

Brooklyn is getting a taste of French couture this fall. An exhibition of Jean Paul Gaultier's work will be on display at the Brooklyn Museum in October. {WWD}

Cambridge Satchel Company is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a preppy punk collaboration with Vivienne Westwood. {WWD}

Lily James is the picture-perfect Cinderella in this first look at Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation of the fairy tale. {Vogue UK}

Woody Allen's leading ladies are known for their style as much as they are known for their personalities, but according to Cate Blanchett, the man himself has "no interest or understanding" of his characters' clothes. {Vogue UK}

Scott Schuman gets off the streets and steps inside a burlesque club in the latest episode of his AOL Originals series. {HuffPo}