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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Anne Hathaway looks lovely on Vogue's November cover

October 18, 2010 |  8:43 am

-- Anne Hathaway looks fresh and natural on Vogue's November cover, wearing an elegant gown, a slightly tousled up-do and a lovely smile -- rather as she does in the photo above! [The Cut]

-- Anthropologie plans to open its first accessories-only store on Oct. 29 in Chevy Chase, Md. It's the first of several new concepts for Anthropologie. [WWD] (Subscription required)

-- And speaking of accessories, Hermes plans to open two pop-up shops in London next month. The shops will be dedicated to the designer's scarves and customers can buy scarves and also learn how to tie them. [Vogue UK]

-- Now -- on the heels of New York, Milan, London and Paris -- it's Japan's turn: Japan Fashion Week is on, running through Friday. [WWD] (Subscription required)

-- As part of the Pasadena Museum of California Art's California Design Biennial, a group of designers will participate in a discussion of their craft Wednesday evening. Participants are to include Jill Giordano, Calleen Cordero, Gregory Parkinson, George Esquivel and more. The event, hosted by boutique-owner-journalist Rose Apodaca, who curated the Biennial's fashion portion, will be from 5 yo 7 p.m. at 490 E. Union St., Pasadena. Admission is $7, or $5 for students. [StyleSection LA]

-- A pantheon of designers (including Isaac Mizrahi, Vera Wang and Francisco Costa) attended a cocktail party at Bergdorf Goodman celebrating a new book from Women's Wear Daily that commemorates the publication's centennial, "WWD: 100 Years, 100 Designers." [WWD]

-- Forever 21 has changed the name of its plus-size division, previously known as Faith 21, to Forever 21+, and its fall collection has some great on-trend pieces (such as a sparkly cocktail dress, military-inspired shirt and floaty striped sweater. [FabSugar]

-- Uggs have swept Hong Kong, selling out one department store in only a day in a muggy city where there is almost never any need for toasty footwarmers. Well, why not? After all, they've been ubiquitous in L.A. for years. [The Cut]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Anne Hathaway makes an awards show appearance. Credit: Getty Images