Oprah and Jimmy Kimmel on O

Jimmy Kimmel stitches up the train on Oprah's gown, from White by Vera Wang Exclusively at David's Bridal. (Ruven Afanador / O, the Oprah Magazine)

On the cover of December's O, the Oprah Magazine, the television queen wears a scarlet gown from White by Vera Wang Exclusively at David's Bridal. The dress has a 15-foot train, which in the cover photo stretches into a workshop where an elfin Jimmy Kimmel seems to be stitching it up. The magazine, Oprah's annual "favorite things" issue, is slated to hit newsstands on Nov. 12. [O]

Nicolas Ghesquiere, formerly of Balenciaga, was named artistic director of Louis Vuitton. He replaces Marc Jacobs, who left to turn his attention to his own label. [Los Angeles Times]

Toms announced via news release on Tuesday that it has launched Toms Marketplace, an online shop that offers 200 products from 30 socially conscious brands.

The Rev. Al Sharpton met with Macy's officials on Monday to discuss allegations of racial profiling by the retailer and ask for a plan to ensure the safety of minority customers. Both Macy's and Barneys New York have come under scrutiny recently for allegations of racial profiling. [New York Daily News]

Elizabeth Banks presented the final trophy at the Breeders' Cup, held this year at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. [Los Angeles Times]

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