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Coachella Fashion: The 10 Looks & How to Get Them

Festival season is here! Get out your hybrid 1990s grunge/1970s hippie ensembles and stunt like your daddy! Here are the 10 looks of Coachella and how to get them. Everyone knows you need to be seen on at least 1 street style blog to be relevant.   Look 1: Strung-Out Gaia Gaia, Mother Earth, is a strong omnipresent force. To dress like her, you must have the posture of a ballerina, unfettered hair, nature or animal print, thick messy brows, and some flowy clothes...oh and FLOWERS. But- you're at a festival so dress like Gaia is having a full blown natural disaster! How to Get It: Etsy has all the flower head bands! 2. Look 2: Manic Pixie Baby Woman Dress like a...

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Björk Releases a Break Up Album & Becomes the Strange Bird of the Week

Everyone's favorite Icelandic woodland creature cyborg, Björk, shed her steely robotronic exterior and did something quite human. Last week, she released a break up album and talked about human feelings. Like most of us humans, she also made sure that she was seen in public looking fantastic after her break up. The album, Vulnicura, features these epic shots of Björk in a catsuit with a slightly disturbing chest situation and acupuncture needles beautifully arrayed around her head shoulder and arms.  This Bjork album isn't my favorite, but listen to a sampler for yourself. Take a gander at some of her memorable fashion choices over the years. 

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Michelle Obama, State of the Union: Why Even Her Boring Clothes are Better Than Anything You Own

Did you watch the full State of the Union Address? Hmm..ok, part of it? A recap? Commentary? Or, did search for what Michelle Obama wore on the internet the next day? I bet I'm not the only who's been watching major political events over that past 6 year for one reason. What's Michelle Obama going to wear???  I mean, remember when the country talked about her bangs for months?! Her clothes, even the boring-by-comparison, State of the Union dresses, get talked about all over the world...more so than any other living person. I dare you to find anyone else whose outfits get analyzed  by everyone in the WORLD on a consistent basis every time they make a public appearance. I give Kate Middleton a close second. ...

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Solange Knowles: Strange Bird of the Week

Imagine this. Your mom is 70s glamazon, Tina Beyince Knowles. Your sister is glamazon goddess eternal, Beyonce Knowles Carter.  And let's not forget, your niece is baby afro glamazon, Blue Ivy Carter. At this point, you can only succeed at being one thing- a strange bird.  For that reason and because of her recent glamping trip, Solange Knowles is this week's strange bird.  Earlier this month, Solange spent a weekend strange-glamping in Joshua Tree, CA with her Saint Records posse. Solange took to Instagram to debut pictures of her fashionable weekend getaway. The result is a lot of fur, a lot of swimwear, a lot of hats, a lot of wigs, a lot of boots, and a lot of voguing!  I'm expecting some Coachella knockoffs! Name your strange bird requests in the comments below!...

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World's Most Eccentric Fashion Icon Lives in the Big Lebowski House [Apocalypse Scenario #012]

(L) James Goldstein, (R) The Sheats Goldstein Residence You probably don't know his name, but you've seen him front row at Fashion Week's most prestigious shows and court side at every major basketball game. His name is James Goldstein, and he is the world's most eccentric fashion icon. He also happens to live in the world's most eccentrically baller house. If you think he style is over the top, wait until you see his insane pad! James is a vision! in cream alligator standing court side. James sits at the intersection of architecture and fashion, living in a couture house designed by John Lautner and rocking couture duds designed by John Galliano. Slideshow images from Tamthien Tran The Beverly Hills 1960s concrete, wood, and glass triangulated home skillfully displays James'...

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