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FASHION / May 17 2012 1:11 PM

The Wear on Drugs

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The time is nigh. High and bye. Hello good friends and fortuity, for you set forth on a journey of the body, the soul, the music, the mind, the dance. Different realms might you encounter. Adorned appropriately you shall be. On Molly, on Lucy, on dancer and prance! By rave or by sea, through woods festively, you dress for the adventure. May you do it sparingly, epically and wisely.

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FASHION / February 21 2012 1:15 PM

10 Sexiest Attempts at New York & London Fashion Week

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Four words have damn near killed all sexiness on the runway: Downton Abbey. Mad Men. Actually, pattern mashing on hip padding with funny furry hats hasn’t helped. A barrage of wildly cool man-repelling looks sauntered down Fall 2012 runways, but sexy was rather difficult to locate. A straight man, who shall remain nameless, and I went through thousands of photos. Through a sea of “Eww”s and “Ugh”s and “I’d fire that designer”s, we found a handful of looks that qualify as sexy. Keep in mind, we mean sexy, not slutty, so all boob-bearing, thigh rising, skin tightening looks were overlooked. We’ll take curves that these designers presented, thank you. And while this Fall’s sexiest looks might not get your panties wet, they may just get your britches in a twist. 

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FASHION / December 2 2011 10:26 AM

BROADCAST: How To Style the Season’s Hottest Hair with Windle and Moodie

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The top runway hair trends of Fall 2011 were wielded by the hair stylist superstars of Windle and Moodie. This London based salon by Paul Windle and Neil Moodie is truly run by masters. Paul Windle was the principal of the Vidal Sassoon schools back in the 80s, and left in ’88 to open his own Salon. His prominence grew in the 90s in editorial and on the runway, styling a good number of Vogue covers. He’s also the reason his swear-by products Bumble and Bumble got so popular in the UK. If you’re in Londontown, you may even snag a coveted appointment for a haircut by Windle himself. Neil Moodie took a moment to shows us how to get the season’s coolest hair. From the tough ponied tomboy girlfriend to the teased, hurried and extreme hair of the Fall ’11 runways, Moodie takes you step by step here. 

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BACKSTAGE / September 28 2010 11:53 AM

Mark Fast : London SS 2011

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Mark Fast : London SS 2011

We have been following the blossoming talent of designer Mark Fast since day one here at Trendland ( see Mark Fast archive here ), and have looked forward to every London Fashion week since his debut to see what he has been up to. Over the last few season…

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BACKSTAGE / April 21 2010 1:00 PM

Do You Agree With Garance Doré: Plus-Size Models = Not Such a Good Thing?

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Do You Agree With Garance Doré: Plus Size Models = Not Such a Good Thing?

Street style photographer Garance Doré has a thing or two to say about plus-size models. “It’s not such a good thing to show plus-size because it’s not really physically healthy and not always flattering to fashion,” she said. V Magazine begs to differ. But before you get offended, she has more to say: “It should not be such a big deal to show women with different bodies, but sometimes it’s treated like a bit of joke, or for shock.” Exhibit A: the plus-size models on the Mark Fast Fall runway. She thinks it’s naive of the fashion industry because, although it would be nice to say that the idea of different body shapes is normal, she believes it’s not yet. Does Garance have a point or is she just being insensitive?

Do You Agree With Garance Doré: Plus-Size Models = Not Such a Good Thing?
I see her point and I totally agree.
No: I enjoy seeing plus-size models.
I don’t know – I see validity in both sides.

Do You Agree With Garance Doré: Plus Size Models = Not Such a Good Thing?

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GIRLS / February 25 2010 10:32 AM

RUNWAY: Mark Fast Fall/Winter 2010

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RUNWAY: Mark Fast Fall/Winter 2010

RUNWAY: Mark Fast Fall/Winter 2010

RUNWAY: Mark Fast Fall/Winter 2010

RUNWAY: Mark Fast Fall/Winter 2010A very anticipated show because of last season’s controversy, surrounding Mark’s use of plus size models on the runway, and after reviewing the above images I can honestly say that I am not impressed with this collection. Some of the pieces are great, some are very similar to last seasons, and some are just disappointing. I do love his use of color, but we’ve seen the matching tights in the past, and the hair and makeup were, in my opinion, very lacking. What do you guys think?

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BACKSTAGE / February 22 2010 12:13 PM

Live From Fashion Week – watch the Live Stream & Clips from LFW shows, celeb interviews and industry insiders :)

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Go HERE for clips from the show including interviews with songstress Gabriella Cilmi, DJ Jodie Harsh, fashionistas Peaches and Pixie Geldof as well as front row shows from PPQ, Sass & Bide and Mark Fast plus back stage with Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts, “The City” actress Olivia Palmero, and so much more from http://www.livefromlondonfashionweek.com Live From Fashion Week   watch the Live Stream & Clips from LFW shows, celeb interviews and industry insiders :)

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Live From Fashion Week – watch the Live Stream & Clips from LFW shows, celeb interviews and industry insiders Live From Fashion Week   watch the Live Stream & Clips from LFW shows, celeb interviews and industry insiders :)

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GIRLS / February 16 2010 2:47 PM

FIRST LOOK: Faster by Mark Fast

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FIRST LOOK: Faster by Mark Fast

FIRST LOOK: Faster by Mark Fast

FIRST LOOK: Faster by Mark Fast

Modeled by Anouk Lepere and Hayley Morley (who caused controversy last fashion week because of her ‘size’), Mark Fast’s new line ‘Faster’ is easy to wear and much more affordable. Said perfectly by and editor of Grazia: Think of the result as an uber flattering dance-inspired collection of body-sucking-thick-denier fabric creations, meaning flaunting some booty in these isn’t as scary as you first think.

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