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CELEBRITY | September 4

Happy Birthday Sasha Fierce!

Today marks the 31st birthday of the one and the only Beyonce Knowles. To celebrate the 31 years of fierceness that has epitomized B’s life we’ve collected her 8 best red carpet moments to date. 

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Style Twins: Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard

Last night, leading ladies Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard stunned on the red carpet premiere of The Dark Knight Rises. Not only do these ladies share brunette locks and nominations for Best Actress (Cotillard took the prize in 2008), but they also share a similar sense of red carpet style. After the jump we review the similarities between some of these actresses’ most famous get-ups. 

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TRENDS | June 4

Side Slit Harem Pants Are All The Rage

Harem pants are yet again hitting the fashion scene hard this season, and now we’re seeing them with a twist. Summer is all about showing skin. First came the crop tops and now we’re taking it down to side slit harem pants. Check out this hot new trend after the jump.

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TRENDS | June 1

Where There’s Le Smoking, There’s Bound to Be Fire

To kick off June, our month dedicated to “Men,” let’s take a look back at that classic menswear staple, the tuxedo, given a feminine touch by Yves Saint Laurent some five decades ago: Along with the bikini, the wrap-dress and the tranny heel, Le Smoking is the greatest sartorial invention of the past 50 years.

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CULTURE, FILM | February 27

Three Time Academy Award Winner Meryl Streep, Everyone

Well, the Oscars literally put me to sleep. Maybe I saw too much Marchesa on the red carpet and I succumbed to the proliferation of shots, but I was comatose by 10, 10:30. Billy Crystal did what he could in his 9th stint as host, a thankless job if there ever was one, but the show nonetheless dragged on and I tapped out around Best Cinematography. Therefore I missed Meryl Streep picking up her third Oscar, Jean Dujardin sticking it to George Clooney and The Artist becoming the first silent film to win the Best Picture Oscar since 1929. Damn you Georgina Chapman

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