By EW Staff
Updated October 02, 2013 at 04:21 PM EDT
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The cast of Downton Abbey undresses for the roaring ’20s, a coffee table-sized computer hits the market, Adam Levine talks Kmart and superheroes, and more.

Read on for all of today’s style and design headlines.

Downton Abbey costume designer Caroline McCall talks about the challenge of ditching the corsets dressing the cast in more risqué Jazz Age looks for season 4. [The Telegraph]

Just in time for the holidays, Hammacher Schlemmer is selling a coffee table that incorporates a fully functional 32-inch touch screen Windows 8 computer. [Pursuitist]

Tyra Banks is suing 10 different wig companies for using her name, likeness and trademarks without permission. [TMZ]

Though you won’t see any bespoke suits in his Kmart clothing line, Adam Levine says his style inspiration is Batman. “Especially the Christian Bale Batman.” [People]

The Charleston, South Carolina mansion that served as a location for the 1985 TV mini-series North and South — starring Patrick Swayze and Kirstie Alley — is up for sale. [TTRED]

Loehmann’s CEO Steven Newman finds out what goes on in the trenches of the discount designer chain on the next episode of Undercover Boss. [NY Post]

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