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vogue curvy celebrates julie henderson

April 12, 2010

I saw this on Madison Plus last Thursday and had to post about it because 1. I think she’s beautiful and 2. I’m starting to really dislike this term “plus-size” model. (source) Read more about her here, but Julie is an inspiration for every young woman out there. She graduated from college in 2000 with [...]

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anna wintour and micheal kors

March 27, 2010

This past Monday, Anna Wintour and Michael Kors stood in front of Harvard Business School, along with the Harris Center for Education and Advocacy of Eating Disorders, to talk about the fashion industry and what they want to see done in the future in terms of health for the models. Now I might now be [...]

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March 11, 2010

As I work on this business plan I have to write for my Entrepreneurship class, I thought I’d take a break and tell you about a book I just finished. I’ve made it clear on this blog that I think Crystal Renn is a great example of being true to yourself and still being very [...]

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Nolita ad

March 8, 2010

Supposedly this ad came out at the beginning of Milan’s Fashion Week; however, last Thursday was the first time it was bought to my attention in an article in Time Magazine and well, I was shocked, stunned and any other word you’d like to add. Nolita, an Italian clothing designer, ran this ad in an [...]

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are the Europeans onto something?

February 25, 2010

Milan’s Fashion Week has just started and already stepped off on the right foot in my book. Why? Because Elena Miro presented a different kind of beauty to the runway by having voluptuous, sensual and “normal-looking” models walking for her. This is actually the second time this week, the first was Mark Fast’s collection at [...]

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italian import

February 24, 2010

Something that pushed me into doing this independent study was my love for food and fashion. I mean honestly, who doesn’t love food? It’s nourishing for our body, it’s comforting for the soul and it’s often attached to many positive childhood memories. In terms of fashion, it’s always been and will always be a way [...]

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