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Check This Out: The New York Times’ Model-Morphosis Feature

Here’s our latest online time-waster—Model-Morphosis, T Magazine Blog’s interactive photo feature. With before and after photos of models, you can drag your cursor back and forth to reveal each pic, seeing the drastic (and sometimes creepy/unbelievable/outrageous) changes a model will undergo in makeup for a fashion show. We’re mesmerized. Can’t stop. It’s like fashion magic! [T Magazine Blog] Keep reading »

Believe It Or Not, Sally Hansen’s About To Be The Next “It” Nail Polish Brand

It seems ever since Chanel surprised us with jade and gray nails last year, an awareness of varnish trends has been at an all-time high, and it’s coming straight from the runway. Next spring, however, it looks like Chanel (and the other high-design houses with beauty empires attached) will have some mass market competition. Sally Hansen, which can hardly be called a “cool” beauty brand, wisely teamed up with designers Prabal Gurung and Tracy Reese to provide lacquers to suit their spring collections, which just came down the runway at New York Fashion Week. Keep reading »

Style By Jury: Eva Mendes Sparkles On “The Other Guys” Red Carpet

What Do You Think Of Eva's Across-The-Pond Premiere Look?

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Model Inner Monologue: Channeling Shirley Temple At Betsey Johnson

Is Spending $160 On A Pair Of Jeans “Wrong”?

The other day, I read online about a clothing boutique near where I live that carries all the crazy expensive jeans that the celebrities wear: Paper Denim & Cloth, True Religion, People’s Liberation. You know the deal. A few days later, I was in the neighborhood, so I thought I’d stop in and take a look. Mostly, as I’ve written here previously, I buy inexpensive jeans. We’re talking Gap prices. The jeans at this place were crazy expensive: $152, $170, and up. Still, I decided to try on a few pairs. Keep reading »

In Model-land, 25 Is Really, Really Old

Model-turned-filmmaker Sara Ziff created a documentary on what life is like behind the scenes in the modeling industry, “Picture Me.” This week, she’s shooting behind the catwalk curtain at New York Fashion Week to make a mini-doc for New York‘s The Cut blog. In this first installment, Ziff talks to girls about age and modeling. Suffice to say, in this business, if you started at 14, you’re DOA at 25. [The Cut] Keep reading »

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