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• London Fashion Week kicked into high gear over the weekend. Given LFW is celebrating its 25th anniversary and a handful of designers who have been absent in recent years have returned, it's shaping up to be London's biggest year yet. Further proof of LFW's resurgence: Vogue editrix Anna Wintour (seen here fumbling with her BlackBerry) is attending the shows following a two-year hiatus. [Telegraph, LAT, NYT, Guardian]
• While many top NY-based fashion editors are turning up to the shows in London, many mags are saving cash by divvying up editors between the shows in London, Milan, and Paris. Or by making them stay at cheaper hotels. [WWD]
• More highlights and reviews from LFW's first few days. [NYT, NYT, Pipeline]

• Meanwhile, it seems New York Fashion Week ended on a bit of a sour note for Phillip Lim. At a show for Amex cardholders on Thursday, a model tumbled several times. And an intern got, uh, a little sick during the show. [Cut]
• Speaking of interns, did you know Kelly Cutrone made working for free cool? Or that she's the patron saint of interns? Her words, clearly. [YouTube]
Hits and misses from the red carpet at last night's Emmy Awards. And a roundup of the designers who had solid outings at the show. [Cut, FWD]
• EBay has been ordered by a French court to pay $118,000 in damages to LVMH for allowing counterfeit items to be sold on the auction site. [VogueUK]
Katie Couric has signed up to pen a monthly column for Glamour. [WWD]
• The new issue of GQ tackles "emperor du fromage" Christian Audigier. [GQ]
• Jaw-droppingly major news from Olivia Palermo, now attending her very first LFW: She says she plans to go brunette when she returns to NYC. [ElleUK]
• Jaw-droppingly stupid behavior on the part of Gisele Bündchen: Yesterday she was named a UN goodwill ambassador for environmental awareness and promised to spread the word about climate change. Today she was spotted "taking flying lessons in a fuel-guzzling helicopter." [People, TMZ, BH]