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BEAUTY / May 23 2011 1:47 PM

WIN: Transform Into January Jones With Oribe Hair Care

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We are obsessed with January Jones on the May 2011 cover of W Magazine, especially that high and mighty hairdo of hers. Dying to re-create her sleek yet voluminous coif, we got our hands on three fabulous Oribe Hair Care products to get the job done. Better yet, if you show us your best high hair à la W cover Jones, we will send you all three products worth more than $100! Click to see how we recreated the look and find out how to enter after the jump.

WIN: Transform Into January Jones With Oribe Hair Care

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FASHION / May 13 2011 6:56 AM

Mad Men’s Bryant Branches Out

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Mad Men, that show about functional alcoholics and promiscuous man-whores set in 60s New York, has been a cultural and sartorial touchstone for the past few years, in large part thanks to its costume designer, Janie Bryant who is now starting her own website and possibly her own clothing line.

Mad Mens Bryant Branches Out

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CELEBRITY, EDITORIALS / April 18 2011 3:36 PM

January Brings a Cold Front to W

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Former model and aspiring actress January Jones has not one but two covers for W‘s special “Design Now” May issue, photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Lori Goldstein. I’ve always been on the fence with Jones and though I still consider her the worst part of Mad Men, her two striking covers and her red carpet style are beginning to win me over. What can I say? — I’m a sucker for an austere haircut and a pair of gams til next Tuesday.

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CULTURE, FASHION / March 24 2011 2:56 PM

5 Ways Tom Ford Says I’m Not a Gentleman

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Tom Ford may be one of the last living gentlemen, at least on this side of the ocean. Always well-tailored, always impeccably-groomed — the man is a walking reminder of men from a bygone era. Men who took their hats off in elevators, pulled out a lady’s chair and drank Scotch in the middle of the day. Or maybe I’m just thinking of Mad Men.

Now, I have never considered myself a gentleman — usually a lady, more often a tramp — but in reading Ford’s “5 easy lessons on how to be a modern gentleman” for An0ther Magazine,  I realized that I’ll probably never be a gentleman. Not because I’m sartorially challenged, but mostly because I’m kind of an asshole.

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