Lots of breaking fashion news hits the interwebs and I don't want you to miss one bit of it. So, I present some of the biggest headlines each week for your reading pleasure.
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Joan Rivers Invented the Red Carpet via Vulture
A great entertainer and a huge name in fashion passed away this week. Joan Rivers created the Red Carpet event we know today and coined the phrase "Who are you wearing?" Many stars and designers owe their careers to her cheers and jeers. She will be missed.
IKEA Photoshops Their Catalog via Design Taxi
I have spent many an afternoon daydreaming as I thumb through the pages of the newest IKEA catalog. Oh to have such an immaculate living room and a home office fit for a queen. Now I know it is all a lie and life is a sad place.
Chanel Sues A Woman Names Chanel via Styleite
Bear with me...Chanel is suing Chanel for using the name Chanel. Yup.
Rocky Horror Picture Show Meets MAC Cosmetics via InStyle
The midnight show giant has not gone mainstream with a line from one of the biggest cosmetic companies in the world. Finally I can do the Time Warp everyday all day - figuratively of course.
Athleta Models Blow Fashion Week Away via USA Today
Fashion Week starts this week, but some are saying this is the best show of the season. Athleta, aka the workout gear branch of Gap Inc., put on their first fashion show and it was about as active as their customers complete with flipping models and some serious choreography.
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