Style Notes: Allison Williams Covers harper by Harper's Bazaar; Warby Parker Publishes a Book

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Allison Williams for 'harper By Harper's Bazaar'

Four fashion stories to ease you into November.

Allison Williams is guest editor and cover star for the newest issue of harper, the mini mag by Harper's Bazaar. The Girls actress opened up to the magazine about her style icon (Diane von Furstenberg) as well as how she's overcome her insecurities — including her dislike of her stomach, which she proudly bares for the glossy. [Harper's Bazaar, Instagram]

Eyewear retailer Warby Parker is diversifying its product by releasing a new coffee table book just in time for the holidays. Fifty Ways to Lose Your Glasses is a playful illustrated book that will be available at several retailers, including Amazon and Barnes & Noble, in addition to the brand's growing number of brick-and-mortar stores. Now, even people with 20/20 vision can get in on the Warby Parker fun. [Fashionista]

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To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her jewelry brand, Los Angeles-based designer Jennifer Meyer has partnered with Barneys New York to release a limited-edition ready-to-wear collection inspired by her California roots. Barneys, which was the first retailer to pick up Meyer's collection, will release the 12-piece line, priced between $150 and $1,025, beginning mid-November. [WWD]

H&M's little sister label, & Other Stories, has established a new recycling program that allows customers to donate old clothing — regardless of condition — to any store to be recycled, with the goal being to reduce the number of textiles that will end up in landfills. All participants will receive a 10-percent-off voucher — so begin restocking your closet ASAP. [Elle]