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Diane von Furstenberg's comic book is now on sale. She launched it last night with a party at her meatpacking district boutique, where guests (like Lindsay Price, left) had their names checked off at the door by Whitney Port and Olivia Palermo, and everyone was warned they might be taped. We look forward to seeing the relevant scene on The City. [Racked]
Pat Field's line for British chain Marks and Spencer had shoppers lining up in their hundreds today, but an unimpressed reporter says she "can't imagine any woman with a stylish bone in her body being seen dead in these get-ups." [Daily Mail]

Marc Jacobs has no sympathy for the plight of women in high heels. After wearing a pair at his Louis Vuitton show in Paris, he told a reporter that "it wasn't really suffering at all. It was a pleasure to be able to achieve a look that I wanted." [The Cut]
Thakoon's eagerly-anticipated line for Target hits stores on Christmas Day. [WWD]
♦ In a video interview, Eva Mendes says she was shocked by the controversy over her banned Calvin Klein commercials, since the ads only showed "a quick flash" of one of her breasts. She says she takes getting naked "very seriously," but seems strangely unfazed by the picture of her five foot-long cleavage just by her head. [GQ UK]
Karen Elson, aka Mrs. Jack White, will open a high-end vintage store, Venus and Mars - The Showroom, in Nashville next week. [The Pipeline]