Heidi Klum cancels Halloween party due to Sandy

Super model Heidi Klum, who is famous for her elaborate Halloween parties and who had already had at least four fittings for this season's Cleopatra costume, is postponing this year's event due to the toll taken by Hurricane Sandy in New York City and elsewhere on the East Cost. Instead, she may have a haunted Christmas. [The Cut]

Robert Pattinson of "Twilight" fame reportedly has signed a $12-million deal to be the face of Dior's men's fragrances for three years. [E! Online]

More than 300 people gathered in Los Angeles on Monday night to honor women journalists at the annual Courage in Journalism Awards presented by the International Women's Media Foundation. The night's lifetime achievement award went to Pakistani journalist Zubeida Mustafa. Among celebrity presenters were Chelsea Handler, Maria Shriver, Olivia Munn, Annette Bening and Jennifer Westfeld. [Society News L.A.]

Famed fashion photographer Terry Richardson is teaming with Lady Gaga's manager Troy Carter on a new line of flavored waters, "Pop Waters" to be introduced in 2013. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Mariah Carey has a new line of nail polish for OPI that's glittery and features a new kind of finish called Liquid Sand, described as making matte nails look kind of pebbled. [Refinery 29] 

Star fashion blogger Garance Doré plans to sell prints and posters of about a dozen of her illustrations on her website. [WWD]

A new book, "Alexander McQueen: The Life and the Legacy," examines the late designer's body of work. It's by Judith Watt, head of fashion history at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, and goes on sale Wednesday. [Fashionista]


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