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Morning Report: Anne Hathaway's engaged; Marni designs H&M

November 29, 2011 |  8:59 am

Anne Hathaway is engaged to her longtime love Adam ShulmanAnne Hathaway is engaged to her longtime love Adam Shulman. In a series of photos, the two were canoodling in a park near their Brooklyn, N.Y., home looking blissful and a bit like a pair of J Crew models in colorful sweaters, sitting against a backdrop of fall foliage. But the real star here is the ring, which was designed by Shulman in collaboration with Kwiat Heritage Jewels. [Pop Sugar]

What divorce drama? The January cover of Glamour magazine features the Kardashian sisters looking fancy-free in itty-bitty bottoms and sparkly cardigans. The images inside show the girls having a giggly slumber party and playing DJ, but the interview isn't without a little lamenting from Kim, who claims that when it comes to love, maybe the fairy-tale life just isn't for her. [Fashionista]

Felicity Jones, star of the film "Like Crazy," is the new face of Dolce & Gabbana The Makeup's new Khol line. The actress sports an elegant and subtle smokey eye in the campaign images, thanks to the Pat McGrath-designed pencils, which come out in January. [Stylelist]

The usually reserved Victoria Beckham gave an emotional speech at the British Fashion Awards presentation, where she was honored with the designer brand of the year prize. [Daily Mail]

Italian fashion label Marni is the next brand to create a high low line for mass retailer H&M. The collection (in H&M stores March 12) helmed by Marni designer Consuelo Castiglioni will feature the house's signature whimsy, bold prints and bright colors. [Huffington Post]

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-- Melissa Magsaysay

Photo: Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman are seen at the Governors Ball following the 83rd Academy Awards. Credit: Chris Pizzello / Associated Press

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