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CULTURE, NEWS / October 21 2011 8:49 AM

15 of Hal Rubenstein’s “100 Unforgettable Dresses”

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InStyle‘s fashion director, Hal Rubenstein waxes iconic in his new book, 100 Unforgettable Dresses (Harper Design, 2011). From Rita Hayworth in Gilda to Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, Princess Diana to the Duchess of Cambridge, Grace Kelly to Grace Jones, Bob Mackie to Karl Lagerfeld, Rubenstein delves into fashion history and comes up with an informative and entertaining read. But what makes a dress unforgettable? Calvin Klein — one of several designers interviewed for the book —  put it best: “an unforgettable moment is the combination of the right dress on the right woman at the right time.” Click through for a sampling of some of the dresses that made the list.*

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CELEBRITY, CULTURE, FASHION / August 17 2011 11:58 AM

That’s Why You’re Not the Future Queen of England, Kelly Osbourne

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“Only in this country they call it a faux pas. In England they’re like, look how thrifty she’s being, showing the British public that the royals are in a recession as well. I’m sorry, if I had that job I would only wear it once. If I’m going to be the future bloody Queen of England I’m gonna wear that dress once, and that’s it, because I’m giving up the rest of my life, all of my privacy — at least I could wear a new dress every day.”

Kelly Osburne on Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge‘s penchant for outfit repeats, The Tonight Show [The Cut]

Thats Why Youre Not the Future Queen of England, Kelly Osbourne

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FASHION, TRENDS / July 26 2011 9:24 AM

The Catherine Factor

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and her influence on fashion have been well-documented. Never making a wedged misstep, the Duchess is effectively holding fashionable court. Hence, the “Catherine factor.” The “CF,” according to The New York TimesSuzy Menkes ”gave basic summer dresses, always focused on that narrow waist, a fresh feeling.” Meanwhile, I came up with the “Catherine factor” ages ago, but that was just the nickname I gave for my manorexia cum brolemia.

The Catherine Factor

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CULTURE / July 12 2011 9:37 AM

Kate Middleton Inspires Brides to Saddle Up

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Brides are a strange, fickle and — above all — crazy folk. Give ‘em an idea and watch them hike their trains up and run it right into the ground. And there was no wedding more influential this year — sorry Kate and Charlene — than that of someone you may or may not have heard of, Catherine Middleton Windsor, The Duchess of Cambridge? Turns out that fairy tale affair has gotten some brides all riled up.

Kate Middleton Inspires Brides to Saddle Up

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FASHION / July 11 2011 7:00 AM

The Kate Middleton Transatlantic Lookbook

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is, as I’m sure you’re all aware by now, pretty goddamn perfect. Now that she and hubby Prince William have traversed the pond on their visit to Canada and later this week California, we North Americans can finally be a little closer to her royal fierceness. FashionIndie is proud and a little ashamed, to bring you every wrap dress, wedge and fascinator on her stylish adventure with our Kate Middleton Transatlantic Lookbook, updated regularly for your viewing/stalking pleasure.

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CULTURE / July 8 2011 7:18 AM

Tatler Doesn’t Want to Get Slapped

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Tatler‘s new editor Kate Reardon wants to create a world wherein “everybody’s got beautiful manners, and quite a lot of them are in gowns, and everyone has got great skin, and is really enthusiastic, and writes thank you letters,” by remaking the 300-plus-year-old British mag into “the most fun girl at the party, not the rich girl you want to slap.” Clearly someone didn’t take into account that the rich girl at the party usually has the coke…I’m just sayin’.

Tatler Doesnt Want to Get Slapped

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