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FASHIONVILLE | January 14

Harper’s “Bazaar” Attempt to Make Me Spend Money

It’s hard for a hardened fashionite to admit love to a single publication, being that there are sooo many options, and no mere mortal has the time, or the bank account, to purchase and privy all the amazing editorials produced each month in lesser known titles like Acne Paper or Purple Mag, which is why it’s refreshing for me to be able to admit that Harper’s is my hands down, favorite big box, kind of the equivalent of Walmart to Dazed & Confused‘s mom & pop, fashion glossy.

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CULTURE CLUB | March 21

16 British Fashion Designers & Contemporary Artists Collaborate

A tight pack of British fashion designers and contemporary artists have paired off at the British Fashion Council’s discretion, to create eight installations for the London 2012 Festival. Backed by the BFC and Bazaar Fashion Arts Foundation, the event is set to raise funds for art and design scholarships. There are 16 creative minds already at work on the projects: Giles Deacon and Jeremy Deller, Hussein Chalayan and Gavin Turk, Jonathan Saunders and Jess Flood-Paddock, Mary Katrantzou and Mark Titchner, Matthew Williamson and Mat Collishaw, Nicholas Kirkwood and Simon Periton, Paul Smith and Charming Baker, Peter Pilotto and Francis Upritchard, and Stephen Jones and Cerith Wyn Evans. Flip through the gallery to see how the pairs’ styles compare.

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POWDER ROOM | February 23

#LFW Beauty Trend Alert: Cat Eye

As London Fashion Week came to a close, we were on the lookout for all the Fall 2012 beauty trends from our English-speaking friends across the pond. And it looks like Amy Winehouse‘s influence doesn’t solely lie with Jean Paul Gaultier‘s Spring 2012 haute couture collection. The cat eye is everywhere in all different shapes and sizes, making it a definite trend for fall. Click to see our wingtip gallery after the jump.

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FASHIONVILLE | February 22

London Fashion Week: Mary Katrantzou Fall 2012

Mary Katrantzou is currently flying high. Her wild, colorful prints have made their way to fast fashion in her collaboration with Topshop. She just debuted her Fall 2012 collection at London Fashion Week, and the British designer’s sensational prints are causing a seriously intriguing eye trip among critics. Inspired by fashion superstar Antony Price, famous for dressing Roxy Music, her dramatic silhouettes went from the peplum and hourglass to corsets and godet skirts, the latter extremely difficult to print on in a uniform manner. We always love Katrantzou’s eye twirling collections, and this is no exception. See the gallery after the jump.

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FASHIONVILLE | February 7

10 Essentials Elements for (an Unseasonably Warm) New York Fashion Week

Twice a year, we at FashionIndie raid, ransack and rape our closets in an effort to  put together a compelling look that will have all other fashionistas wishing they had stayed the eff home. In September, the last vestiges of summer make it slightly easier to turn it proverbially out, but February usually requires a lot of layering and the outfit often has to be cruelly covered up to stave off the ravages of winter. This  New York Fashion Week, however, the winter has been suspiciously mild. Temperatures have barely dipped below freezing and nary a snow flake has dropped in weeks. So let’s just ignore our impending doom thanks to the totally buzz-killing reality of global warming and instead focus on what matters: dressing for the Tents. Here are 10 staples — 5 for the guys and 5 for the gals, but feel free to mix and match since we actively don’t subscribe to gender constructs — for NYFW. 

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LINKLOVIN | January 19

British Fashion Council Names 2012 Fashion Forward Winners

Henry Holland, Mary Katrantzou, Louise Gray and James Long got a little help from their friends over at the British Fashion Council. The four were crowned the winners of the BFC’s 2012 Fashion Forward initiative, the Brit equivalent of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award. Along with business support from the Council, the winners also get some much-needed cash to help in showing their latest collections.

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