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FASHION / May 17 2012 2:12 PM

Behind the 60s Style Scene with Music Legend Peter Asher

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After rising to prominence on the London music scene in the 60s as one half of Peter and GordonPeter Asher went on to manage Apple Records, produce all of James Taylor‘s multi-platinum records, and influence pop music from the inside. He also made besties with Twiggy and was roomies with Paul McCartney along the way. I caught up with him at his recording studio in Santa Monica when I was in LA. He told me how the London music scene shopped, why the Apple Boutique closed, and what fashion gem was hiding in Pete Townsend‘s basement. 

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CULTURE, MUSIC / May 11 2012 12:00 PM

Sure They Can Walk the Runway, but Can They Carry a Tune? The Best & Worst Model Musicians

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Models are great at a lot of things: walking, for instance. Standing very still for long periods of time. Finding their light. Finding coke in the middle of the night when seemingly no one is around. And then there are some models who are actually great at other things, like music. But for some, the spirit is willing but the talent is lacking. These 10 professional stunners have all taken a stab at the music industry, but even the best of ‘em can fall flat on their face…or ass.

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FASHION / January 3 2012 10:00 AM

SHOE ENVY: ASOS Twiggy Shoe Boots

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Turn the clock back 50 years, and imagine Twiggy herself stepping into these shoe boots on some sunny day in London. ASOS re-creates the mood with a near 5-inch heel stacked beneath a suede-like body and contrasting collar detail, appliqué buttons and sweet bow toe. Classic and refined, this pair tells us winter might not be so bad.

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FASHION / September 28 2011 12:54 PM

Abbey in Wonderland: Kershaw Dreams Big for i-D

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With a Twiggy-eyed wink in black and white, Abbey Lee Kershaw covers the “Dream Big” issue of i-D Magazine. Inside comes a vibe straight from Alice in Wonderland as Abbey complements her 60s swagger with larger-than-life accessories that could only be induced by an “Eat Me” pill. With Richard Bush behind the lens and Sarah Richardson behind the wardrobe, it’s one dream we’d like to step inside.

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