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♦ Kate Moss is joining honorary chair Marc Jacobs as co-chair of the next Costume Institute Gala Benefit at the Met, along with Anna Wintour and Justin Timberlake. [Telegraph]
♦ Jacobs will also be hosting Housing Works Fashion for Action auction on November 13th. And it's not just his karma bank that's overflowing: He just signed a five year deal with Staff International SpA to produce a men's collection. [Fashionista, WWD]
♦ Mark your calendars: On November 25th, Sarah Jessica Parker's familiar voice will be the one you hear when you take the audio tour of the "Costume: The Art of Dress" exhibit at the Costume Institute. [The Pipeline]

Simon Doonan's team at Barneys is busy putting together the store's legendary Christmas window display. This year's theme is peace and love, with the tagline: "Have a Hippy Holiday." [Racked]
Marie Claire's December issue, which hits newstands tomorrow, will feature a new columnist: Christy Turlington. Her first piece is about her trip to Washington to push for a senate resolution on maternal health. [WSJ]
Marc Ecko is launching a fragrance line. [WWD]
Tory Burch's 16th store opened today in Palm Beach. Her 17th location is set to debut in the meatpacking district next month. [The Daily]
♦ The perfect Christmas gift for the fashionista who has everything: A 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Steven Meisel's Italian Vogue photo of Canadian model Meghan Collison is a bargain at $750. [stylefile]