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High Fashion Disney Princess Dresses, the SNL Chanel Ad Spoof and More From Around the Web

On November 1, British department store Harrods will unveil its Disney Princess-themed holiday windows. In the meantime, we'll be studying this video for a closer look at what Valentino, Versace, Marchesa et al. designed for their leading ladies. (Jenny Packham's Sleeping Beauty might be my favorite.) [Telegraph]

Brad Pitt's Chanel ad that we thought looked like an SNL parody? SNL actually did spoof it over the weekend, which is sorta awesome. [Hulu]

FedEx predicts this holiday season will be its most successful one ever, thanks to growing percentage of people who do their gift shopping online. It also estimates that December 10—sometimes called "Green Monday" by retailers—could be the busiest day in the company's history. That's maj. [CNBC]

Kim Kardashian turned 32 over the weekend, so naturally someone had to round up 32 of her most fashionable outfits. [Celebuzz]

Rent the Runway now lets customers upload their measurements and photos of themselves in their rented dresses to the site. That way fellow shoppers can see what the site's dreses would look like on a person of similar body type, not just a mannequin or model. [New York Times]

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