Glam Link Love: Week of 10/26/12

Hello, menz! Swagger New York put together a smoking hot list of the ten men they just can't stop talking about, reblogging, and well, staring at. Hello, Ezra Miller. Hello, Cole Mohr. [Swagger New York]

You'll find us in cozy printed sweaters, pops of blue, and boots come winter. We're loving all the Fair Isle-inspired sweaters Liz picked out! [Something to Smile About]

Mary and Leah, the glam duo behind Door Knock Design bring you two 10 minute DIY costumes. All you need are three staples: lace, leopard, and dark lipstick! Quick, easy, free, and fabulous! [Fabulous on a Budget]

Speaking of last minute Halloween costumes, you could create an entire Charlie Brown costume with Madewell's Something Else by Natalie Wood Sweater. First came Chloe's Peanuts-inspired bags, and now SheFinds is sensing a trend… are the Peanuts Gang the next big thing in fashion? [SheFinds]

Okay, we officially miss the heat. Miranda Kerr looks stunning yet so simple and cool on the cover of Rush Magazine. The cover was shot in Miranda's home country of Australia, where it's midspring right now. Le sigh. [Hip Girlie]

Welcome to the Glam Network, Mara! How sweet is her plaid and tweed outfit? She's got pattern and texture mixing down to a science. [M Loves M]

From Annie Leibowitz's gorgeous photos to those darn Disney hipster princesses, there's a ton of artwork out on the web inspired by Disney princesses. British department store Harrods has released a collection of couture gowns created by high fashion designers and inspired by Ariel, Cinderella, and crew. Which one is your favorite? [Lovelyish]

Could these wide-leg tartan pants be anymore chic? They could if you added a gold metal belt, which Patience did. Perfection! [Just Patience]

We've seen a lot of blogger/model/stylist Peony around the blogosphere lately and allow us to echo Death by Platforms when we ask, “Peony Lim, why are you so gorgeous?” [Death by Platforms]