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FASHION / October 30 2012 9:23 AM

The Craziest Footage From Hurricane Sandy So Far

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If you haven’t been hiding inside your dark, powerless apartment for the past 24-hours, then we’re going to give you a crash course on what may become the worst storm to hit the East Coast in 100 years. Hurricane Sandy has been terrorizing New York City among other states lining the Eastern Coast, but if you’ve been sleeping through all the coverage, here’s the craziest to hit the web so far. 

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CULTURE, FASHION / September 24 2012 9:00 AM

BOOKCLUBBIN’ — Antonio: Fashion, Art, Sex & Disco

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Does anything in life matter besides fashion, art, sex and disco? Short answer: no. In addition to my meditation mantra, those have always been the main tenants of my life and the same can be said for fashion illustrator and photographer Antonio Lopez. Lopez is largely forgotten today, but the new book from Rizzoli, Antonio: Fashion, Art, Sex & Disco, will easily change that.

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NEWS / August 28 2012 4:00 PM

Obama’s Interview with Glamour Ruffles Feathers

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Recently, President Barack Obama sat down with the editor of Glamour, Cindi Leive, for their November Issue and political commentators responded with, “Can’t wait to see what he thinks of the new fall collection. Next month, the Cosmo interview!”. This poses the question, “Does the President have more pressing issues to deal with besides sitting down with a fashion magazine?” 

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NEWS / May 8 2012 4:00 PM

Dress Marcs the Spot for Jacobs, Alessandra Ambrosio Births a Boy and Maurice Sendak Now Where the Dead Things Are

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Anja Rubik‘s bony thigh is quickly replacing Angelina Jolie‘s bony leg at the viral appendage of the moment. [Refinery29]

- Marc Jacobs apparently raided my fantasy wardrobe for the lace dress he wore to the Met Ball last night. No stranger to a kilt or even the occasional full drag, Jacobs remarked that he “just didn’t wanna wear a tuxedo and be boring.” Mission: accomplished. [Telegraph]

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NEWS / April 23 2012 7:19 AM

Bribes Made: Walmart in Bribery Scandal

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Walmart has over 10,000 stores worldwide with $444 billion in sales in 2011 alone. Of those 10,000 stores, 2,088 are in Mexico, its largest foreign outpost, where the mega-retailer is embroiled in a scandal over bribing local government officials to expedite its expansion there. And according to The New York Times, not only did Walmart’s top executives know about the corruption south of the border, but they tried to cover it up before shutting down an internal investigation.

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FASHION / April 16 2012 1:28 PM

Calling First Dibs on Vintage Couture Hats by Bill Cunningham

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Before he hopped on his legendary bicycle in the notorious blue jacket, snapping photos of fashion’s evolution, Bill Cunningham was a couture milliner. He chose to design under the guise William J., so as not to offend his ultra conservative family. Full of whimsy and feathers and intense, curious joy, many these hats were just a tad too “exotic,” as Bill says, for the hats to truly take off sales-wise. We’ll find out this Wednesday if they’re too exotic for us in 2012, as 23 William J. originals (mostly owned by his Aunt), will go on sale at

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CULTURE / February 16 2012 10:06 AM

INDIE REWIND: The Only Lines I Do Are in Bathroom Stalls

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With New York Fashion Week finally winding down, I say goodbye to my days and nights of standing on impossibly long lines and say hello to my bed where I will stay for the remainder of my life and/or weekend. To commemorate the end of yet another season — and to mask the fact that I woke up SUPER late and pretty drunk this morning — here’s a tidbit from last July about New York and its love of exclusivity and douchebaggery: 

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