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The Yummiest Bag Ever

Yesterday we talked cool breast cancer awareness products, and since it’s October, they keep rolling in. Today, the major standout is this delicious-looking canvas tote created exclusively for chic retailer Intermix. The bag is printed with a still from one of our favorite photographers Marilyn Minter‘s art film, “Green Pink Caviar,” and a percentage of proceeds will benefit Bright Pink, a national non-profit organization that focuses on empowering high risk women to take care of their breast and ovarian health. At $48, it’s affordable, super stylish, and goes towards supporting a great cause. Works for us. Buy it here. Keep reading »

The Frisky’s Chic On The Street: Bordeaux Oct. 9th 2009

The menswear look is always a winner, but it’s best to not look like you just piled on your boyfriend’s clothes. Anais has the tomboy-chic look down pat on the streets of Bordeaux. Her Sandro ankle-skimming pants and oxford shoes are masculine yet sexy. So, uh, you know, let’s hear it for the boys! Keep reading »

The Halloween Inspiration Board: Nancy Spungen

We can’t help but be fascinated by Sid Vicious’ ill-fated (not to mention ill-mannered) girlfriend. She was kind of like the Courtney Love of her time, except way less rich, famous and, if you can believe it, even more tragic. To get in the mood, blast Never Mind The Bollocks, watch “Sid and Nancy” on repeat, and try some of these accessories on for size. Keep reading »

United Bamboo Dresses Up Kitties, We Can’t Get Enough

These models are fierce! We would love to wake up each day and have runway garb greet us as we check the date. Unfortunately, staring a high-fashion model in the face (and body) first thing in the AM would probably shoot our day to hell before it even got started. United Bamboo has managed to combine our morning craving for couture with an “awwwww” fix in their 2010 calendar. [Refinery29]

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Claudia Schiffer Gets Spooked In Harper’s Bazaar UK

Just in time for Halloween, Claudia Schiffer stars in a fright night layout in the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK. Shot by Michelangelo di Battista, “Mystery in the Moonlight” features Schiffer grappling with the Swamp Thing and other scary creatures of the night. If you’re looking to get inspired for All Hallows’ Eve partying, her retro-noir look is a pretty alternative to all those not-so-sexy “sexy” costumes. More pics after the jump! Keep reading »

Get Some Halloween Beauty Tips (Literally)

Not really into the idea of painting your face in ghostly costume makeup that necessitates paint remover to get it off? If you’re looking for something a little more understated this Halloween (say, oh…not vampire-like), check out these fun fake nails from Dashing Diva. The easy-to-apply adhesive nails sport images of skulls and diamond-like charms on a black background. Best part about them is you can just pop them off at the end of the night, without having to go through a pile of nail polish remover-soaked cotton balls (eco-friendly!). [$10, Dashing Diva, Sephora.com]

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Computers Can Now Get Salon Treatments With OPI

Or, um, something like that. Remember last week when we mentioned that Dell collaborated with artists to create a series of chic laptop designs? They’re at it again, but this time, their partnership is aimed at nerdy beauty junkies. Nail company OPI worked with Dell to create a line of laptops based on famous polish colors, such as the cult classic “I’m Not Really A Waitress” (here). Six shades are launching in November just in time for the holidays, and 20 more will roll out over the course of next year. Huh. We never in a million years could have foreseen this. But there you have it. Keep reading »

Check This Out: Market Publique Vintage

eBay, we love you, but you’re a bit of a tease. You get us all worked up when we rush into the warm embrace of your vintage fashion offerings, but you often leave us unsatisfied with crummy pics and random products. So, it’s come to this — we’ve moved on and found someone else. Her name is Market Publique, an online auction site for vintage goods. Sellers have to be approved, so what you get is a range of expertly curated, well-photographed items with clear descriptions. Styles up for grabs that piqued our interest: an Yves Saint Laurent terry dress going for $158, a mod 60s-era swing coat for $148 (only eight hours left on that one!), and a glam ’80s-style sequined top for $34.

Hello? Are you still there? Or are you already outbidding us? Crap. [Market Publique]

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Why Do The Lohans Keep Thinking They Should Design Stuff?

I’m starting to think it was a fluke that Lindsay Lohan‘s line of leggings did so well, especially after the failure of the Emanuel Ungaro runway show she influenced and her well-documented, epic fashion disasters. I mean you can’t really mess up a pair of leggings, can you? Now, mom Dina has caught the design bug because, you know, she’s so fashionable. Dina is creating a line of “designer” shoes called Shoe-Han. Can you even design designer shoes if you’re not a designer? Anyway, if you’re seriously interested, then the shoes should be released around Mother’s Day 2010 and will be sold at LoveMyShoes.com, a “popular” retailer on Long Island where the Lohans are from. Keep reading »

Take A Deep Breath, Clogs Are Back In Style

Troentorp Bastad Mary Jane Clogs, $84.95, Amazon.com
Black Eel Wedge Mules, $545, Sigerson Morrison

Before I started ninth grade, I carefully selected a few new pieces of clothing that I thought would help me make the transition from awkward junior high student to stylish high schooler. Among these items were a pair of Gap jeans, a brown silk-blend knit Banana Republic top, and suede J.Crew clogs. Man, I loved those shoes. They made me feel so chic — and tall! — as I clomped around my high school’s hallways. Keep reading »

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