• Cover: October 20, 2014
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  • who knew?

    Beware of Purse Germs

    If you've been putting off getting your handbag laundered (or never realized you should), this will give you some extra motivation.

    According to Daily Mail, researchers found traces of E. coli, Streptococcus and even traces of (gross alert) feces after testing women's handbags, gym bags and laptop cases. Contact with the strains could lead to food poisoning, pneumonia or bacterial meningitis.

    Just something to think about the next time you reach for a stray piece of gum at the bottom of your purse—ewww.
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    Trends in a Box

    For all DIY wizzes (or any aspiring ones), here's your next hobby.

    Introducing the newly launched Project DIY. For a $30 monthly subscription, you'll receive a box of materials plus DIY instructions, courtesy of M&J Trimming. The craft store located in New York's fashion district selects designs based on current runway trends. Up this month? An equestrian-themed necklace, bracelet and suede keychain inspired by fall 2013 Fashion Week.
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    On Tap for Target

    Phillip Lim's collection may have just debuted, but Target is already making plans for its next designer collaboration.

    Fabsugar reports that the store has teamed up with British designer Peter Pilotto to create a 70-item line of apparel, swimwear and accessories. According to Target, the looks will feature "complex prints in a signature palette of blues, greens, warm reds and oranges."

    Pilotto's designs (which usually retail upwards of $1,000) will be available in the $15 to $80 range at both Target stores and on Net-a-Porter.com starting Feb. 9. Mark your calendars!
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    Peter Pilotto Fall 2013 via FabSugar
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