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Street Trending: Dip Dyed Denim

Past generations have been bleaching denim since the 1980′s. But after Dries Van Noten’s S/S 2011 collection, two-toned denim has yet again started to sweep the street fashion scene. We’ve scoured our favorite blogs around the world and discovered our favorites, so be sure to scope our top 5 picks after the jump. 

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FASHION | March 19

Broadcast: Style Icons on Why They Love The Dress

“I feel very strongly about dresses on every level – a dress feels like underpinning ”, – Donna Karan.

Designing for Anne Klein before establishing her own label more than 20 years ago, the Queen of Seventh Avenue knows a thing or two about what a dress can do. A dress can make a statement in its own right, but it can also work as a strong base to create a whole look that’s all your own. Cheap and cheerful dresses from New Look can work just as well as the latest DKNY must-haves; the price isn’t important, it’s the way you wear it that counts.

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Uniboob Alien Alert on Rome Runway

uniboob is nearly always a tragedy. There’s a darn good reason we have two of them, and seeing just one can be a bit jostling. It’s especially shocking on a couture runway in Roma. To keep you abreast of the situation, the literally titled “Fishlike Alien With A Literal Boob In The Center” is by bridal and couture designer Gianni Molaro, a wacky wedding dress designer, maker of “couture art”, and now likely considered one of the top Italian comedians*.

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FASHION | October 22

Holy Cow! Dress Made of Cow Nipples…

This stunning dress designed by Rachel Freire might be breathtaking at first sight, but get your gag reflexes ready — it is made of 3,000 cow nipples!  Displayed during London Fashion Week, politicians and animal activists have been buzzing about discussing the controversial couture, but we want to know what you think. Would you wear it?

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