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“[Madonna was] a great lover. … I broke up with her after she printed that book because I was hurt to be an unwitting part of this slutty package. It was disgusting and cheap. We were in a relationship yet it looked like she was screwing all these other people. … I thought she was taking pictures and running round naked because she was like that. Then when the book came out I was so embarrassed and ashamed. It was a porno. She threw me in like I was a product off a shelf and I didn’t appreciate it. That was it and I ended it. She said she didn’t have sex with these men but it looked like she was.”
Swedish fashion giant H&M has done some pretty high profile collaborations in the past–Lanvin, Victor & Rolf and Stella McCartney, to name just a few. But you probably haven’t heard of their newest collaborator. Fashion blogger Elin Kling is “big in Sweden” but really hasn’t made a name for herself here. Still, she’s been plucked from the land of attractive blondes and high literacy rates to design the brand’s latest collaboration. Kling’s blog, Style By Kling, features tons of photos of Kling looking svelte and stylish. Most of the blog is in Swedish, so we can’t really tell you what, if anything, it’s about. Kling is known as one of Sweden’s leading fashion ladies. Sadly, we Americanos won’t be able to get our grubby mitts on her collection: It’s only available in Sweden. But perhaps some pieces will pop up on eBay? [Fashionista] Keep reading »
“What you see on the camera is a character, so I sometimes don’t feel it’s not actually who I am as a person off-camera. But at the end of the day, TV is for entertainment, and I think I come across as very entertaining and that’s what people want to see.”
The other day we saw a list of the 10 most stylish kids under 20. A lot of the usual suspects were on the list: actress Chloe Moretz, singer Willow Smith, and blogger Tavi Gevinson. These girls all have great style–but it helps that they have stylists, unending budgets and access to top designers to make it happen. We didn’t have that when we were teens, but still, we had pretty wild style when we were younger. Now it’s your turn to share. We want your teenage photos! Were you channeling Angela Chase? Were you a preppy gossip girl? A mallternative punk? We want to see it!
Send us a picture — with a description of what you’re wearing — that best encapsulates your teenage style, and we’ll include them in a giant Frisky reader fashion slideshow. Send your stylish teen images to me at Julie@TheFrisky.com. Keep reading »