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Was your week a treat or a little more tricky? Between the anticipation of the Halloween premiere of AMC’s new Zombie series, “The Walking Dead,” and searching for the perfect costume, your brain might not have  been, well, altogether there to focus on this week’s fashion happenings. Indeed, the fashion world does move at a frightening speed. If you’re brave enough, check out this past week’s scream-inducing news from Fashion Trends Daily and beyond:

Chic, sophisticated and always on trend, Henri Bendel is a girl’s best friend. Here are a few of their exclusive holiday picks, see them on FTD before they send out their catalog. [FTD]

Go glam, goth or grand slam with these upcoming polish collaborations. Whether you’re rocking one of fashion and beauty’s most glam pairings or you’re slicking on polish picks from a pop princess, you’ll be in high style. [FTD]

And elsewhere around the blogosphere:

Luxury powerhouse LVMH takes a stake in storied French label Hermes. They say they’re not taking control over anything, but if you know anything about the conglomerate, they’re keen on having the lion’s share of the luxury market. [Businessweek]

Mamma mia! Cle de Peau Beaute names Amanda Seyfried its first spokesperson, a first for the brand and its parent company Shiseido. As brand ambassador,  she’s sure to be spotted looking flawless on and off the red carpet. []

3-D-lemma. Brand loyalty or bargain shopping? That’s the issue with the release of Gucci’s $225 3-D glasses and Armani’s $58 pair (that’s A/X Armani Exchange to be specific). Between those and the Real3D ones you can get for a mere $3 at the movies, it’s a tough call for moviegoers. After all, do movies look better through double Gs? [Fashionista]

Olivier Theyskens at Theory wasn’t such a radical move after all, according to CEO Andrew Rosen. While the collab’s got the fashion set’s approval, we’re not holding our breath for heel-less boots at Theory just yet. [The Cut]

Niche perfumers Le Labo released a lower-priced diffusion line at Anthropologie. The five-scent set maintains the quirkiness of the main line but forgoes the hard-to-find and the hard-to-decipher naming system. [Anthropologie]

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