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NEWS / May 15 2012 4:34 PM

Penis Talk, High-Fashion Crowns Fit for a Queen and Lady Gaga Forced to Cancel Concert Over Outfits

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- This is the cover of Azealia Banks‘ upcoming EP, 1991. [Styleite]

Kidult has responded to the  $689 Marc Jacobs T shirt bearing his handiwork by releasing a “Not Art by Kidult” T for 6.89 Euros. [High Snobiety]

Harrods is celebrating Queen Elizabeth‘s Diamond Jubilee with 31 redesigns of the St. Edwards Crown — what she wore to her coronation in 1953 — by the likes of MulberryLanvinValentinoBulgari and Tiffany’s.  [Fashionista]

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NEWS / May 3 2012 4:50 PM

Ashton Kutcher’s a Racist, China Shells Out Millions for Fake UGGs and Cameron Diaz’s Hair Tears

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Jennifer Lopez is employing Zuhair Murad to design her summer tour costumes and employing Chris Judd Casper Smart as choreographer.  [People]

- Seems like brownface doesn’t really fly these days. One of Ashton Kutcher‘s Popchips ads, in which he plays an Indian man, was deemed racist by people with eyes and ears and subsequently taken down. No word if the NAAKL, the National Association for the Advancement of Karl Lagerfeld, plans on any legal action. [NY Post]

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CULTURE / March 21 2012 10:24 AM

16 British Fashion Designers & Contemporary Artists Collaborate

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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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FASHION, TRENDS / March 12 2012 9:30 AM

roundUP: 9 Spring Statement Shoes (read: bright, happy heels)

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The statement is that Spring has come early. Or that winter never really came. Either way, we’re doubly ready for the new breed of neons that are sprinkled with sherbet, the black and white/clear zigging and zagging, and the wedges that will set us over the edge of spring fever. Better yet? These shoes make far greater statements than that of the weather; they will express your sheer contentment and stunning outlook. 

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FASHION / February 7 2012 3:32 PM

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

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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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CULTURE, FASHION / November 7 2011 2:55 PM

Hall of High Heels: Legendary Runway Shoes on Exhibition

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There’s a new shoe e-tailer that is catwalking into our hearts by bringing couture sky-highs together under one roof. Javari is celebrating their love of shoes and the opening of their site, and we’re celebrating the chance to see bepoke, one of a kind designer shoes up close. That is only if we could travel to London to see it. Hey Brits – let us know how it looks up close. For now, drool with us here over Louboutins, Nicholas Kirkwood, Gareth Pugh, Nina Ricci as they get taller and taller. 

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FASHION / September 1 2011 2:08 PM

13 Labor Day Essentials for the Stylish & Practical Lady

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If you’re anything like me, you over-pack something ridiculous for a weekend away. Whether you’re going to the beach, mountains or lake for Labor Day weekend, it’s time to think about what you really need and what you can leave behind. Plus, you have to save some room in that weekender for souvenirs. These 13 Labor Day essentials will get you through any long weekend trip in the most practical and stylish of ways.

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