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♦ Going shopping on Friday? Expect bargains galore. "This could be the most heavily promotional Black Friday in history," says National Retail Federation president Tracy Mullin. [WWD, WSJ]
♦ At last night's British Fashion Awards, Luella Bartley was "thrilled" to be named British Designer of the Year, while Model of the Year, 19-year-old Jourdan Dunn, stole the evening with a tearful acceptance speech. [WWD]
♦ Last year a documentary team followed Anna Wintour, André Leon Talley, and the rest of the Vogue team around as they put together their biggest-ever September issue. Does the fact that the film is "creating heat" as a potential Sundance entry mean that the rest of us might get to see it one day? [Reuters]

♦ Throw away your tweezers, '80s eyebrows are officially back. Naturally, it's because of the economy. [Times UK]
♦ 34-year-old mother of three Luella Bartley is gushingly profiled: "She is one of those rare designers who can strike the perfect balance between alternative cheek and Establishment chic." [Telegraph]
♦ Now that Steve & Barry's is going into liquidation, Sarah Jessica Parker is looking for a new home for her Bitten line: "Now, more than ever, people need all things that are about economy. So I want very much to continue it in the right way." [The Cut]
♦ Whitney Port is now promoting her clothing line on her very own blog. [Whitney Port]