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Karl Lagerfeld's Retirement, Rachel Zoe's New Show and More From Around the Web

Rachel Zoe's getting another TV show, an NBC comedy based on her life—except she won't actually be in it. Instead, she and husband Rodger Berman will produce the fictionalized show. (But more importantly, who will style it?) [Styleite]

CFDA President Diane von Fustenberg stopped by Good Morning America today to unveil some pieces from the upcoming Target/Neiman Marcus holiday collaboration, which will be revealed in full later today. (Are you patient? We're not.) [Racked]

While we may pay more attention to MObama and Ann Romney's outfits, it seems there's science behind the Presidential nominees' clothing choices, too. Either way, we're relieved those sweater vests got kicked off the ballot months ago. [CNN]

Karl Lagerfeld just unveiled his retirement date. It's never. Also, he thinks people who work in an office are "boring."  [Telegraph]

The always fabulously-costumed Spice Girls are back with a new song! Or, two out of five of them, but we'll start with that. [Refinery29]

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