Fashionable Reads

May 4, 2012
  • Slate questions the appropriateness of judging Cate Edwards’ courtroom fashion. (via Slate)
  • Anna Dello Russo is set to design an accessories collection for H&M. (via Grazia)
  • The New York Times discusses the psychology of prints. (via New York Times)
  • Does Michelle Obama’s expensive fashion rival that of Ann Romney? (via ABC News)
  • 14-year-old Julia Bluhm stages a protest over Seventeen magazine’s photoshopped models. (via The Jane Dough)
  • Vogue’s new Health Initiative plans to promote healthy body image. (via Fashionologie)
  • Did you know that neon nail polish is illegal in America? (via Racked)
  • College Fashion has some graduation outfit tips for all of the 2012 grads. (via College Fashion)
  • Learn what to do when you don’t know what your true passion is. (via Stylish Thought)
  • Leo from Zen habits tells us what he’s learned about learning. (via Zen Habits)

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Fashionable Reads

April 11, 2012
  • Ever wondered what men really think about your swimsuit? Yeah, as if women needed anymore pressure during swimsuit season. (via Marie Claire)
  • Still having trouble creating the perfect bold red lip? This beauty video tutorial should help. (via College Fashion)
  • Get excited! Madewell’s nationwide road trip is coming to DC. (via Cashmere & Tweed)
  • YouTube paid Hearst $10 million to launch YouTube TV shows. Well, it’s not $1 billion, but it’ll do. (via Fashionista)
  • So what happened to all those Project Runway winners? This rather long slideshow reveals all. (via My Lifetime)
  • Find out how some of Vogue’s editor stay in shape. (via Vogue)
  • Want to model for O Magazine? Here’s your chance. (via Oprah)
  • Rick Santorum exists the Presidential race which means no more sweater-vests…we hope. (via Huffingtonpost)