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Weekly Rewind: Gilt's Bad Week and Tim Gunn is Totes Celibate

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It's the last long weekend of the summer, so we're cutting out early to, uh, spend the afternoon strategizing our fashion week coverage... in the hurricane. While we tend to that, why don't you check out some of our favorite stories from the week past. And have a happy Labor Day, folks! See you Tuesday. Tim Gunn declares he hasn't had sex in decades, then slags off Isaac Mizrahi, a video of Kate Moss being attacked by paparazzi helps get a California law passed, Giltgate 2010 wreaked havoc in flash sale-land, the company also oversells its Target stuff, Anna Wintour was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon being her usual, unfunny self, Lanvin for H&M was announced and will hit stores this November, Juicy Couture is disappearing from department store shelves, Victoria Beckham, Lauren Conrad, and Nicole Richie don't sell clothes, designers won't lend clothes to Mad Men's Christina Hendricks, 4,000 people protest Takashi Murakami, Julianne Moore gets banned from Venice, football player Troy Polamalu insured his hair for $1 million, WWD makes fun of the Kardashians, and the Tom Binns cuff embossed with The Smiths' lyrics sells out on Net-a-Porter.