James Franco explains why he chooses so many gay roles- via
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Dress for the part you want in life and eventually you’ll get it – via
You’re Jewish? But you’re so pretty! and other things you should never say to a Jewish girl – via
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The only situation where crocs are acceptable, on Boo!! – via
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Can’t believe it’s officially been a year since Ghesquiere left Balenciaga, my how fast the fashion industry moves- via
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Closing up the week with some good news.
Banksy: A wold-famous multi-millionaire making rebellious street art. Sense some irony here?
The Daily Beast.
Taylor Thomasi Hill leaves Moda Operandi, but why? Via
Some lucky bitches in Paris will get to be fashion pope’s Karl Lagerfeld’s student for a day. Where can I sign up? Via
Guest of a Guest.
Coach has finally decided to launch it’s clothing line! Via
Glad to know I’m not the only one! 9 celebs who prefer younger men. Because age is just a number… and jail is just a place. Via
It seems like Michelle Tanner’s wardrobe was a lot less Gymboree and more like Chanel and Marc Jacobs. Via
Duck face exhibit: Museum in London creates a whole exhibit dedicated to “The Selfie” Via
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I tend to publish only content created by me, yet I decided this article which I borrowed from Fashionista.com would be a very interesting addition to my blog.
Here it goes:
has released their annual America’s Favorite Cities list, which asked readers to rate cities in a variety of different categories from driving ability to friendliness and yes, stylishness. So, which cities came out on top? And which ones didn’t fare so well? Travel + Leisure
According to the survey,
New York was the number one best dressed city in America (obviously), but the full best dressed list does offer up some surprises (Charleston? San Juan?). Read on to see both the best and worst dressed lists.
1. New York City
3. Los Angeles
4. San Juan, P.R.
6. San Francisco
9. Dallas/Fort Worth
10. San Diego
10. Kansas City, Missouri
9. Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona
8. Portland, Maine
7. Atlanta, Georgia
6. Dallas, Texas
5. San Antonio, Texas
4. Orlando, Florida
3. Baltimore, Maryland.
2. Salt Lake City, Utah
1. Anchorage, Alaska
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