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- Elle UK is turning over the production of its October issue to a group of yet-to-be-hired interns. The magazine has 10 open positions, from art director to news editor right up to editor in chief. "We're keen to show our appreciation for the invaluable support that interns provide," the magazine's editors said in a statement. "We also know it's tough out there, and want to help the next generation of fashion and media stars launch vibrant careers." [Elle UK]
- What kind of a dwelling do you spend your weekends in? Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler say they often while away their Saturdays and Sundays in a tepee on their property in the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. "What can we say?" Hernandez asked. [The New York Times]
- Shalom Harlow stars in the newest installment of Alexander Wang's Confessions series, in which she talks about getting her start as a model — and about returning to the runway for Wang's Fall 2012 show. "I do feel some nerves, and I do feel the height of those shoes. I hope I don't slip," she says in the video. [Style.com]
- Victoria Beckham says she realizes she can look depressed in photos when she doesn't smile but that she really isn't as unhappy as she looks. "I don't feel like I have to scream and shout about it — I know I am a happy person. So I don't get upset when people comment on the fact that I look quite miserable all the time." [Fashionista]