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Blog We’re Loving: Fatshionable

Blogger Jay Miranda is a 26-year-old fashion lover from San Francisco. She started her incredible blog Fatshionable to show that good style translates, no matter what size you are. Her message? Wear what you love and don’t worry about the size. Miranda creates outfits that are adorable and on-trend, without costing a million bucks. We’re taken with her style and love her approach, and we hope you get a chance to check her out. After the jump, a few more pics of Jay in some of her favorite outfits. [Fatshionable]
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Paloma Faith, In Plumage

Why hello there, it’s just a little ol’ picture of Paloma Faith rocking out on stage with my faux British boyfriend Mark Ronson, wearing a gorge feather headdress at the Keep a Child Alive Black Ball in London. I’m still hoping to one day live a lifestyle befitting of daily headdress adornment. Until then, no feathers for me. Keep reading »

Tobey Maguire Is The New Face Of Prada — Huh?

We never thought of Tobey Maguire as much of a style icon, but apparently Miuccia Prada saw something high fashion behind his nerdy exterior. She’s tapped him to be the face of her Fall/Winter 2011 menswear line, shot by David Sims. I’m still not sure it’s working for me. He looks a little out of his element. What do you think? Keep reading »

Most Stylish Man Contest: Ed Westwick Vs. Joel McHale

Who's More Stylish -- Ed Westwick Or Joel McHale?

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Ask The Man Panel: The Semi-Formal Swimsuit

This plaid necktie bikini (available on Etsy for $79) is either the most formal swimsuit ever or the least formal business casual outfit in history. It’s giving me a pretty severe bout of cognitive dissonance. How does the Man Panel feel about it? Read on to find out…

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The Nicholas Kirkwood x Keith Haring Collaboration is Out!

Nicholas Kirkwood is a bonafide shoe genius. And Keith Haring revolutionized the art world in the ’80s and ’90s by helping to show that activism and art could meld into bright, beautiful creations. So when it was revealed that Kirkwood would be creating a collection of shoes in honor of Haring, well, we couldn’t wait to see them. Sadly, his knee-high rollerskate boots aren’t for sale — they’re only on display at the Arnhem Mode Biennale, but we could imagine trying to DIY our own pair of high-heeled wedges with some day-glo paint some time soon. [W Magazine] Keep reading »

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