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Remember Paper, Denim & Cloth? They’re Back!

Could this be a sign that the recession is over? After closing shop a few years ago, fancy jeans company Paper, Denim & Cloth is officially back in business! They launched in 1999 and found success with their designer denim, but with the money woes of America, left the industry for a bit. However, now the brand is promoting a new collection for the spring 2010 season, which means that the jeans are making their way back into stores, and into the closets of PDC fans. Along with their return to the world of fashion comes not only their newest creations, but also new price points. Where once they sold $200 jeans, you’ll now find denim at half the price and skirts at around $60. A comeback and lower prices? What’s not to love? [Second City Style] Keep reading »

Your Daily Shoe Porn: Stacked

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Aspiring Model Loved Nude LOVE Covers

Aspiring model Taryn Andreatta’s attempt to recreate LOVE’s recent nude covers. We’re a little perplexed by the Pocahontas hair, but whoa that’s a hell of a body. [LOVE] Keep reading »

Quickies: Gabby Sidibe “Too Big” For Vogue & Sean Combs Is Getting A Toilet Full Of Vodka

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  • Anna Wintour will not allow Gabby Sidibe to appear on the vaunted pages of Vogue because of her size. [PopEater]
  • Glenn Beck says James Cameron is the anti-Christ. James Cameron says he doesn’t care and isn’t “trying to make friends with the right.” [New York Times]
  • MTV is canceling “The Hills!” [Access Hollywood]
  • New York City might be giving the pink slip to a huge amount of its teachers due to budget issues. They’re looking to fire 8,500 English, math, science, and social studies teachers in order to save money. [Gothamist]

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Forever 21 Joins The Collaboration Game

Forever 21 is already taking over with their affordable fashion and forays into beauty and home design, but now they’ve decided it’s time to bring a bit of designer experience into their stores. In an effort to match their fellow fast fashion brands like H&M and Urban Outfitters, Forever 21 signed a deal with designer Brian Lichtenberg to create graphic T-shirts. Now, we’ll reserve our comments about graphic T-shirts as a whole (ahem, Ed Hardy) until we see them, because Brian does in fact have celeb credibility. Interestingly enough, the brand decided to give Brian creative control over the same clothing item as the celebrities who design t-shirts for Forever 21. Now, will we see designers like Karl Lagerfeld and John Galliano sign up to create their own F21 collabs? [WWD] Keep reading »

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