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GQ Scores LeBron James... Glamour Hires Anne Christensen... New Faces...

GQ has scored LeBron James for its September cover. Also, Glamour has signed on Anne Christensen as executive fashion director.

Hugh Hefner, Jessica Simpson, Lindsay Lohan, Audrina Patridge, The Hills

Hugh Hefner Wants to Buy Playboy... Bongo Taps Audrina Patridge...

Hugh Hefner would like Playboy magazine back, but he may have to outbid Penthouse’s owners to get it.

Lizzy Jagger, Nick Cave, Jethro Cave,

The September Issues... Lizzy Jagger Tapped for C’N’C Costume National Ads...

Justin Bieber will appear on Teen Vogue’s September-October cover, while Lady Gaga, who is set for the cover of Vanity Fair, will probably raise a few eyebrows.

Alain Lemarchand, S.I. Newhouse Jr, Elle Decor, Time & Life building, group buying on ideeli,

Karl's Room With a Clue... Lemarchand Spotted at Time & Life Building...

Karl Lagerfeld photographed Polish beauty Anja Rubik and French model Baptiste Giabiconi for the latest Fendi campaign.

Lucky Magazine Hires Pergament... Burberry's Beauty Ads...

Lucky has already filled the seat soon to be vacated by outgoing executive editor Meredith Rollins.

Leibovitz Shoots Hickey... Travel + Leisure's Change of Scenery...

Annie Leibovitz has been tapped to shoot Hickey Freeman's fall advertising campaign.

YSL Books Daria Werbowy... Getting a New Shine... J Brand Branding...

For the fall Yves Saint Laurent campaign, location costs were low — but status was high.

Dolce, Gabbana Shoot Ads in Rome with Bellucci

Designers give tidbits about campaign shoot via Twitter.

Newsweek's New Bidder... Anne Christensen Leaves T... Over at Glamour...

According to sources, Avenue Capital Group has submitted an offer for Newsweek.

The Changes Go On... Domino's Revival of Sorts... Burberry Acoustic Launches...

The game of media musical chairs reached a fever pitch this week.

Condé Nast to Print Special Editions... Prevention Goes Digital... Golden Guy...

In a bid to bulk up retail sales, Condé Nast revealed plans Tuesday to print special editions of certain titles.

Bergé's New World... Brown Departs...

Pierre Bergé has received the green light for his bid to save French daily Le Monde.

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