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Gwen Stefani Talks L.A.M.B.’s

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Stefani took a break from overseeing the collection’s look book shoot to discuss plans for the presentation, which is today at ArtBeam. For More

The Raw Beauty NYC campaign challenges common misconceptions of women living with disabilities. They also aim to battle society’s perception of what is beautiful. T. Do you know someone who is disabled? Have them attach a photo to all social media with the hashtag #RawBeautyNYC. Read more how to get involved in this week’s blog post. http://bit.ly/1pj9dfR

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The Women Dressed by Adrian
Adrian had lots of fun dressed the many women who show up in this movie which features only women in the story. Norma Shearer plays a wife who learns that her husband is cheating on her through the nasty gossip spread by her alleged friends. The bad girl is Joan Crawford at her meanest. And almost everyone ends up at a ranch out in Reno getting their own divorce. Meanwhile, they have to keep changing their clothes. 
Shearer wears some lovely suits, while Rosalind Russell has some goofy outfits inflicted on her because she is the nastiest of the friends. And everyone has to wear to beautiful evening gowns when they go out. Best of all, there is a fashion show in color in the middle of this black and white movie. 
While a feast for the eyes, the story by Clare Boothe Luce is no cheery. Shearer’s problem is not forgiving her husband’s cheating easily enough, the one young bride realizes she should do whatever her husband tells her to do, and most everyone else is nasty or a fool. Not a very pretty picture of women. But the bad girls get their just desserts in the end, so you don’t mind so much. 
 http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/509/The-Women/


professorpski:

The Women Dressed by Adrian
Adrian had lots of fun dressed the many women who show up in this movie which features only women in the story. Norma Shearer plays a wife who learns that her husband is cheating on her through the nasty gossip spread by her alleged friends. The bad girl is Joan Crawford at her meanest. And almost everyone ends up at a ranch out in Reno getting their own divorce. Meanwhile, they have to keep changing their clothes. 
Shearer wears some lovely suits, while Rosalind Russell has some goofy outfits inflicted on her because she is the nastiest of the friends. And everyone has to wear to beautiful evening gowns when they go out. Best of all, there is a fashion show in color in the middle of this black and white movie. 
While a feast for the eyes, the story by Clare Boothe Luce is no cheery. Shearer’s problem is not forgiving her husband’s cheating easily enough, the one young bride realizes she should do whatever her husband tells her to do, and most everyone else is nasty or a fool. Not a very pretty picture of women. But the bad girls get their just desserts in the end, so you don’t mind so much. 
 http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/509/The-Women/


professorpski:

The Women Dressed by Adrian
Adrian had lots of fun dressed the many women who show up in this movie which features only women in the story. Norma Shearer plays a wife who learns that her husband is cheating on her through the nasty gossip spread by her alleged friends. The bad girl is Joan Crawford at her meanest. And almost everyone ends up at a ranch out in Reno getting their own divorce. Meanwhile, they have to keep changing their clothes. 
Shearer wears some lovely suits, while Rosalind Russell has some goofy outfits inflicted on her because she is the nastiest of the friends. And everyone has to wear to beautiful evening gowns when they go out. Best of all, there is a fashion show in color in the middle of this black and white movie. 
While a feast for the eyes, the story by Clare Boothe Luce is no cheery. Shearer’s problem is not forgiving her husband’s cheating easily enough, the one young bride realizes she should do whatever her husband tells her to do, and most everyone else is nasty or a fool. Not a very pretty picture of women. But the bad girls get their just desserts in the end, so you don’t mind so much. 
 http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/509/The-Women/


professorpski:

The Women Dressed by Adrian
Adrian had lots of fun dressed the many women who show up in this movie which features only women in the story. Norma Shearer plays a wife who learns that her husband is cheating on her through the nasty gossip spread by her alleged friends. The bad girl is Joan Crawford at her meanest. And almost everyone ends up at a ranch out in Reno getting their own divorce. Meanwhile, they have to keep changing their clothes. 
Shearer wears some lovely suits, while Rosalind Russell has some goofy outfits inflicted on her because she is the nastiest of the friends. And everyone has to wear to beautiful evening gowns when they go out. Best of all, there is a fashion show in color in the middle of this black and white movie. 
While a feast for the eyes, the story by Clare Boothe Luce is no cheery. Shearer’s problem is not forgiving her husband’s cheating easily enough, the one young bride realizes she should do whatever her husband tells her to do, and most everyone else is nasty or a fool. Not a very pretty picture of women. But the bad girls get their just desserts in the end, so you don’t mind so much. 
 http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/509/The-Women/


professorpski:

The Women Dressed by Adrian
Adrian had lots of fun dressed the many women who show up in this movie which features only women in the story. Norma Shearer plays a wife who learns that her husband is cheating on her through the nasty gossip spread by her alleged friends. The bad girl is Joan Crawford at her meanest. And almost everyone ends up at a ranch out in Reno getting their own divorce. Meanwhile, they have to keep changing their clothes. 
Shearer wears some lovely suits, while Rosalind Russell has some goofy outfits inflicted on her because she is the nastiest of the friends. And everyone has to wear to beautiful evening gowns when they go out. Best of all, there is a fashion show in color in the middle of this black and white movie. 
While a feast for the eyes, the story by Clare Boothe Luce is no cheery. Shearer’s problem is not forgiving her husband’s cheating easily enough, the one young bride realizes she should do whatever her husband tells her to do, and most everyone else is nasty or a fool. Not a very pretty picture of women. But the bad girls get their just desserts in the end, so you don’t mind so much. 
 http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/509/The-Women/

professorpski:

The Women Dressed by Adrian

Adrian had lots of fun dressed the many women who show up in this movie which features only women in the story. Norma Shearer plays a wife who learns that her husband is cheating on her through the nasty gossip spread by her alleged friends. The bad girl is Joan Crawford at her meanest. And almost everyone ends up at a ranch out in Reno getting their own divorce. Meanwhile, they have to keep changing their clothes.

Shearer wears some lovely suits, while Rosalind Russell has some goofy outfits inflicted on her because she is the nastiest of the friends. And everyone has to wear to beautiful evening gowns when they go out. Best of all, there is a fashion show in color in the middle of this black and white movie.

While a feast for the eyes, the story by Clare Boothe Luce is no cheery. Shearer’s problem is not forgiving her husband’s cheating easily enough, the one young bride realizes she should do whatever her husband tells her to do, and most everyone else is nasty or a fool. Not a very pretty picture of women. But the bad girls get their just desserts in the end, so you don’t mind so much. 

 http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/509/The-Women/

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Gaultier Unveils Campaign for

Lindex

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Jean Paul Gaultier snuggles up to model Karen Elson in a campaign for his one-off collaboration with affordable Scandinavian fashion chain Lindex. The images, lensed in Paris by photographer Jason Kibbler, will be seen mainly outdoor, on TV and online in all of 16 markets where Lindex operates. For More

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Casting! Casting! “Go Break A Leg-Reality Theater”

Casting! Casting! “Go Break A Leg-Reality Theater”

sequoias in conversationBoy, I really did it this time. Usually, I am a cautious person, carefully navigating around my house to avoid mishaps. In the US, roughly 18,000 Americans die every year from accidental injuries which take place in the home.

I've fallen and I can't get upLast week, the cloak of caution was eaten by moths in the middle of the night. Just as I was about to transfer back to my wheelchair, I fell and broke the femur in my right…

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