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Rachel Bilson Does Shady Business With Sunglass Hut– FabSugar

CMT Awards 2010 – Best and Worst Dresses– StyeList

Preview Chloe Sevigny’s Latest Opening Ceremony Collection– The Cut

2010 FIFA World Cup Fashion: How to Root for Your Team in Style– College Fashion

5 Swim Cover Ups For Not-So-Beach-Ready Bodies– SheFinds

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What They Wore: Met Gala– Who What Wear

‘Neither Rains Nor the Hindu Gods’ Can Stop Fashion’s Night Out Shoppers– The Cut

10 Backpacks Hip Enough To Tote– The Frisky

4 Bad 90’s Trends We Never Expected To Be Cool Again
– She Finds

10 Modern Mother’s Day Gifts Under $50
– FabSugar

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Nicole Richie Launching Contemporary Line– wwd.com
Nicole Richie has a new baby and a new contemporary women’s clothing line.

Winter Trend– vogue.co.uk
What is a snood and how can I wear it this fall/winter?

McCartney Designs Children’s Wear for Gap– wwd.com
Stella McCartney is yet again expanding her brand’s reach — and her latest target audience is the grade-school set.

Agyness Deyn Takes to The Screen– nypost.com
Is Aggy really hitting the big screen?

Tracing the Arc of Modern Fashion Photography– latimes.com
Irving Penn’s death marks the end of an era. What’s in store for fashion photography in the days and years ahead?

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Trend Watch: Next Spring, No One Will Wear Pants– wsj.com
The notion of panties-as-outerwear first showed up in 2007 and has gained momentum. If the Spring 2010 collections are any indication, women will soon take ‘revealing’ to new heights.”

Marc Jacobs Joins ‘Real Housewives’-Inspired Reality Show– nydailynews.com.
Is Marc Jacobs adding the words “reality star” to his resume? The designer has signed on to join openly gay men in new show- Kept.

Eat, Think in Paris– nytimes.com
15 participants seek to cook up a dialogue about the meaning and symbolism of food, while offering imaginative delights on par with those on display on the catwalks.

Best Dressed of the Week– vogue.co.uk
In the lull between Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks, we have had a chance to cast our eyes away from the front row to select this week’s Best Dressed list.”

Style Undercover: Sonia Rykiel to Design Lingerie for H&M– wwd.com
Picking up the pace of its designer collaborations, fast-fashion giant H&M said Monday French designer Sonia Rykiel would create a lingerie collection for holiday retailing.”

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Paris Haute Couture Fall 2009– wwd.com.
WWD’s ongoing coverage of haute couture week in Paris, including reviews, full runs of show, backstage images, video, front row coverage and Fashion Scoops.

Praise the Lowered: Tyranny Of 6-Inch Heels Is Over! – nypost.com
Sick of tottering around in 6-inch platform stilettos, starlets are scaling back, opting for summer’s shorter-shoe trend — cute, easier-to-walk-in sandals and pumps featuring heels that top out at 3 ½ inches. Stores are also brimming with the foot-friendlier shoes.

London’s Reawakening
– Vogue.co.uk
Amanda Wakeley Is set to return to London Fashion Week this season, following the purchase of her own label, the designer has revealed. Wakeley bought back the rights to her eponymous brand in April of this year having sold it more than a decade ago.

Is it adieu to couture?– timeonline.co.uk
This week the question wasn’t so much “look who’s here”, but “where is everyone?” The number of couturiers has been dwindling for years. Now the spectators are falling by the wayside.

In a Downturn, Jewelers Aren’t So Precious– nytimes.com
In this economy, many consumers would rather keep their money in their wallets than on their fingers, necks or ears. As people re-examine their budgets, jewelry is turning out to be one of the easiest places to cut back — or trade down.

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Michael Jackson, Style Icon– wwd.com
Women’s Wear Daily takes a look at the late iconic pop star’s sense of style and his influence over the fashion industry through out his long and successful career. Michael Jackson’s songs are frequently heard during runway shows and his styles worn two decades ago still inspire designers today. It takes a certain kind of star to turn a single sequined glove into a cultural symbol.

Farrah Fawcett: forever Generation X’s favorite pinup latimes.com
Her legacy in the pop culture canon will always begin and end with the beguiling poster of her in a one-piece swimsuit with a tousled blond mane and megawatt smile.

‘Fat-shionistas’ Band Together for Full-Figured Fashion Week– nymag.com
A group of ladies dubbed “fatshionistas” hope the event- Full-Figured Fashion Week- will open retailers’ minds to fashionable plus-size clothes. They say the industry assumes plus-size women only want their clothes to be comfortable and slimming, and that it hardly makes any attempts to design plus-size clothing that might not be those things, but is trendy.

Boots With Summer in Their Step– nytimes.com
This season, the summer boot has emerged as the must-have shoe, spotted not just on the runways of coveted labels like Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, Haider Ackermann and Ann Demeulemeester, but all over town, at all types of affairs, and worn with short cocktail dresses. In the June issue of Vogue, they even appeared on bridesmaids.

The 8 trends you should buy in the sales– timesonline.co.uk
Don’t discount these trends just because they’re 50 per cent off: you can get some real bargains now that will last ages.

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Anna’s Stance– Fashionweekdaily.com
Anna Wintour reaffirms her support for Olivier Theyskens in her April letter from the editor

Be Careful What You Google– vogue.co.uk
Louis Vuitton takes Google to court.

Two Words for Fall: Toughen Up
– nytimes.com
How fashion is slowing down and sobering up.

Designers’ Black Book
– Timeout.com
Where designers like Adam Lippes, Mara Hoffman, Rebecca Taylor, Tracy Reese, and Phillip Lim actually shop.

Role Players– Style.com
Brian Atwood Celebrates His Steamy Collaboration With Rene Russo

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