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10 Amazing Fall Coats for Less Than $300

Because we have to start bundling up in this chilly weather, we have to dish out the cash to get the extra layers. And because we’re still coming down from our fashion week high, we are determined to find designer looks for half the price. So we picked 10 of our favorite fall jackets less than $300 to ensure it’s the best money you’ll ever spend, at least this fall.

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What To Wear To Electric Zoo

It’s that time of year again; flashing lights, pulsing beats and a lot of sweat.  Electric Zoo’s lineup is INSANE this year, including Benny Benassi, Ferry Corsten and Tiësto.  If these guys can produce such killer beats, you for sure can dress yourself suitable for the festival.  Though, if you’re struggling with what to wear, here are 5 rad FashionIndie approved outfits.

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NSFW | June 25

Masculinity as Defined by Fall 2012’s Ad Campaigns

While designers are showing men what they can expect for spring 2013 in Europe, their fall 2012 ads are breaking in magazines and billboards across the world. As we wrap up our month of Men’s, let’s take a look at the different ways masculinity is portrayed through some of the season’s campaigns. From traditional to hypersexual to androgynous, these ad men are cut from different cloths. 

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Pinspiration: Set Designer Stefan Beckman

You can barely flip through any fashion magazine without seeing the work of set designer Stefan Beckman. From ads for Banana Republic, Chanel, Calvin Klein and Dolce & Gabbana to editorials in W, various Vogues — including the holy grail, Vogue Italia, Interview and Vanity Fair, Beckman’s sets often steal the show. They often make the show as well — Beckman has created the imagniative sets for eight  Marc Jacobs runway presentations. In his spare time, he also lends his considerable talents to museum exhibits such as Joaquín Sorolla and the Glory of Spanish Dress and Balenciaga: Spanish Master. Get Pinspired.

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10 Fashion Stars of the 17th Annual Out 100

Andrej Pejic gets wrapped up in Nastassja Kinski. Brad Goreski channels Yves Saint Laurent. And Nicola Formichetti holds up two pork shanks. Is this just another day in the glamorous life? Yes, but it’s also Out Magazine‘s homage to some of the fashion industry’s best and gayest. For their 17th Annual Out 100 list, the mag enlisted the talents of Gavin Bond to create portraits inspired by iconic photos of the past. Mining the catalogs of Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn and Helmut Newton, among others, Bond’s photos serve a fitting tribute to the 100 queens, trannies, lesbians, and other assorted queers that showed that if things don’t necessarily get better, they at least get fabulous. 

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Desert Trendspotting: Western Vintage

The winter weather is finally turning and we’ve started to switch out our wardrobes to get set for summer.  While filling out our closets, we’re checking off our list of summer staples: maxi dresses, vintage prints, short boots, ripped up tees, and worn in denim have all made the cut.  For some style inspiration, we’ve turned to the hundred degree heat of the desert at the Coachella Music Festival.  Pick up some tips on western-vintage summer dressing from the style mavens below:

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Canadian Store Pops Up in Soho

Aritzia is like Urban Outfitter’s Canadian cousin, and she’s making movies to the Big Apple. First, there’s the preliminary visit, so she can get her bearings, then she’ll move here full time, bringing friends like Rag & Bone, Rachel Comey and Vena Cava. Aritzia is opening a pop up “Shop Before the Shop” in Soho this weekend, and pretty much couch surfing there until her permanent two story home opens this May.

Canadian Store Pops Up in Soho

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