Links: shopping at Chanel in sweatpants, background noise, Kate White, Kelly Cutrone and chick flicks

I’m testing out a new feature – five stories that caught my eye this week. Let me know what you think!

Author and former Cosmo editor Kate White (whose book, I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This, I recommend) tells’ AOL’s Olivia Oshry that she started by writing 15 minutes a day [AOL Advertising]

Fashionista contributor Stephanie Trong tested the Harvard Business School research that found that casually-dressed customers get better service in high-end stores. I feel like this experiment would have been more successful with Lululemon over Hanes. [Fashionista]

Outspoken power publicist Kelly Cutrone is getting her own talk show, “The Kelly Cutrone Project,” on CW Seed! [WWD]

Lily Herman reports that this coffee shop background noise from Coffitivity helps people who work from home get in the zone. [The Muse]

And a little shameless self-promotion: I made a list of my 10 favorite chick flicks. [The Kimberly Diaries on Tumblr]

For more interesting stories, follow me on Twitter @kc_writes.


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