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SHOPPING / August 3 2012 1:37 PM

Thrifting and Drifting into Santa Fe Kowboyz Territory

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Out in the wild wild southwestern Santa Fe, I touched my Native American roots (blood-wise, I have none) while technically trespassing onto an Indian Reservation in the middle of the night (true story).  Having survived (we lost one), I traipsed back into Kowboyz territory and got myself a shiny new (old) pair of cowboy boots, and a skirt for side saddling into the sunset. And well whadaya know, folks like Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Britney Spears, Elton John and Madonna have all done traipsed in this here establishment before me. 

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CELEBRITY, CULTURE / April 17 2012 10:13 AM

10 Greenest Style Icons

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Too often we judge people by the color of their gowns, and not the content of their character. Aside from acting, or modeling or baby-birding their children, stars today have a cadre of causes near and dear to their famous hearts. As our month of eco awareness rolls along the river, we highlight some fabulous women who are doing their part — and then some — to preserve nature. These ten ladies prove you can help the environment and still look damn good doing it.

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NEWS / November 29 2011 4:29 PM

The Photoshop Is Closed: New Tool Measures Amount of Airbrushing

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Photoshop can work wonders. Miracles really. How else can you explain Kristen Stewart appearing almost human and nearly interesting  in W‘s September issue? But as much as it can be used for good, Photoshop is more often used for evil; subtly — and sometimes blatantly — erasing the imperfections of models and celebrities. Now that a computer science professor at Dartmouth has introduced a new software tool to distinguish, on a scale from 1-5, how much a photo has been altered — your tax dollars hard at work — is this the end of Photoshop fakery?

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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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EDITORIALS / September 26 2011 4:41 AM

Liquid Confidence: Nicole Trunfio Becomes Pretty Woman

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By now Pretty Woman is considered a total classic film, with it’s overall sweet love story twist… the pretty girl on the “corner” falls in love with the handsome millions.. on a side note, there was also some amazing Beverly Hills style going on. Luckily we have model Nicole Trunfio (IMG models) and photographer Aram Bedrossian to help capture those oh so wicked moments for the second issue of LoveCat Magazine.

 

 

 

 

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CULTURE / July 7 2011 9:17 AM

Forbes Ranks Hollywood’s Most Overpaid Actresses

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Forbes Magazine, which clearly has nothing better to do than feed into society’s insatiable appetite for celebrity by enumerating their incomes based on conjecture, scientific (I’m guessing) estimates and good ole hearsay, has come out with its list of “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Actresses.” The list, which reads like a “Really? Her?” of A-list “talent,” is topped by supermom and noted bare-faced adventurer Angelina Jolie who ties with the “actress” formerly (and forever) known as Carrie Bradshaw, one Ms. Sarah Jessica Parker.  Full list after the jump.

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