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Oprah in Harper's Bazaar. Glenn Beck into American jeans.

FASHION NEWS

October 16, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Oprah Winfrey talks about her OWN network, among other things, in November's Harper's Bazaar.
Oprah Winfrey talks about her OWN network, among other things, in November's… (Terry Richardson / Harper's…)

Terry Richardson shot Oprah Winfrey for the November edition of Harper's Bazaar. In the issue, she says that what was initially missing from her OWN network was "me. It required my full-on energy." She also talks about being a bath fanatic, among other things. [Harper's Bazaar]

Conservative commentator Glenn Beck has launched his own line of made-in-America jeans, 1791 Denim from 1791 Supply & Co. (1791 is the year the Bill of Rights was ratified.) [Glennbeck.com]

Rachel Zoe, of Bravo's  "The Rachel Zoe Project," and her husband Rodger Berman have sold a scripted comedy show based on Zoe's life to NBC. And Tyra Banks of "America's Next Top Model " is working on a scripted show based on herself for ABC. [Deadline]

Taping of the next season of NBC's "Fashion Star" was interrupted Saturday when the production crew picketed over a contract dispute. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa unveiled the winning design in the "Designed/Made in Los Angeles" garment hang tag logo competition. The hang tags will be available to companies based in L.A.  [Los Angeles Times]

Tory Burch is slated to appear on "Rock Center with Brian Williams" Thursday to talk about her design business and the lawsuit ex-husband Chris Burch recently filed against her. [The Cut]

Karlie Kloss stars in Neiman Marcus' Christmas video, made to accompany the retailer's over-the-top annual holiday catalog. [Styleite]

Marie Claire was named top magazine of the year by Advertising Age. Also in the top five were Harper’s Bazaar, Food Network Magazine, Architectural Digest and In Style. [New York Post]

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