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♦ Amusing bits from profile of Marc Jacobs from Rolling Stone, which was reprinted in the Sunday Times: He's now up to 30 tattoos and he spends at least two hours a day at the David Barton Gym. As for his ex, Jason Preston, he has this to say: "I've had boyfriends who were media whores... I don't want to make the same mess again." [Times UK]
♦ If you've wondered why Victoria Beckham's collection of dresses looks like the work of Roland Mouret, there's good reason: Mouret served as Posh's "mentor." [Vogue UK]
♦ Inexplicably, Lindsay Lohan's legwear line is "selling like hotcakes." [NYDN]
Anna Wintour really wants to reiterate that she has no plans to leave Vogue: "With so much uncertainty, one thing is certain: Vogue," read the mag's ad in yesterday's New York Times. [Fashionologie]

♦ Sephora has signed a deal to open a triplex flagship in Times Square. [NYP]
♦ Nicole Richie landed in Moscow on Friday night for the opening of Kira Plastinina's new shop. [WWD]
♦ Holly Dunlap's Hollywould boutique in Nolita closed last night. [Racked]
♦ A&F won't discount goods for the holidays, which explains why both sales and the company's stock price have been plummeting. [WSJ]
♦ Mauboussin's Madison Avenue flagship has opened. [NYT]
♦ Sergio Rossi plans to close all its US locations in 2009. [The Cut]