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Yo ho ho, it's Friday! Here's a round-up of some of our favorite stories this week—just in case you missed 'em. We found these Pac-Man Moleskine notebooks and we really wanted them; 25 years late, the Jackson Five sign a clothing license deal; What Not to Wear's Stacy London shows up in San Diego and tells it like it is; a bunch of women world leaders and a 14-year old fashion blogger get awarded Women of the Year awards by Glamour; America's Next Top Model's Nole Marin gets sued for allegedly molesting a model; American Airlines loses Miranda Kerr's wedding dress; Jason Wu announced he'll launch bridal next year; a fight erupts on our website between two authors of competing Isabella Blow biographies; it goes on; and on; and on; a tipster emails us a bunch of Harper's Bazaar documents—more proof of what we already know about fashion magazines; the United Bamboo 2011 cat calendar is unleashed unto the unsuspecting public; the 2010 Victoria's Secret fashion show happened; Reem Acra launches a size 16-32 line of bridal; some guys we share an office with landed the Gap Holiday 2010 ad campaign; the women of Blue&Cream tell us what they wear to work; and a columnist at CBS's BNet suggests the FTC should sue Harper's Bazaar.