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Link Love: Anna's Clip Online, Summer D.I.Y. Fashion Ideas and a Fanny-Pack for your Head

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Ev-uh-ry-body, it seems, watched the 60 Minutes episode featuring Anna Wintour. If you weren’t one of the 10.2 million viewers to take in the fashion diva’s interview, take heart. We hear from Folio Mag that CBS has generously uploaded the 12-minute segment for your online viewing pleasure.

We’re trying to decide whether to laugh or take cover now that we’ve heard from New York magazine that beard stickers may be the new new thing for summer 2009. Probably, we'll laugh, then take cover if anyone tries to stick one on us.

San Francisco design blogger sfgirlbybay visits one of our favorite London stores, Liberty, and delivers some great shots of the iconic retailer’s offerings.

The Shopping Blog reports that Ann Taylor is axing size 16 clothing, thereby even further reducing the number of mainstream stores in which women can find larger sizes.

The Urban Outfitters blog highlights Cap-sac, a.k.a. the fanny-pack for your head, by asking – and then answering – the provocative question, “does wearing one make you a butthead?”

We hear from StyleList that American Apparel has settled with Woody Allen for $5 million just before their sure-to-be-costly lawsuit was set to begin.

Refinery 29 lifts our style spirits with the news that New York’s much-talked-about boutique Oak has launched A.Ok, an online store carrying a surprising number of inexpensive finds.

The Coveted turns us on to three fashion video channels we are now watching for superb fashion online.

Turn to SFLuxe for pics from Juicy Couture’s recent cocktail party to launch the San Francisco Zoo’s annual ZooFest for Kids fundraiser. In attendance were Joy Venturini Bianchi, Claudia Ross, Princess Fati Farmanfarmaian, among (many) others...

San Francisco is Sexy reports that the Red Union Salon on Union Street is

Coquette reminds us that fresh summer fashion may be just a few scissor snips and stitches away when we’re willing to get creative with some D.I.Y. fashion.