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    Hannah Montana–fication Continues With Bad Highlights
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    Madonna Copies Rihanna on British ‘Elle’Madonna’s got another magazine cover under her leotard to promote her new album ‘Hard Candy,’ this time for British ‘Elle.’
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    Our Carla Bruni Watch Continues: She’s Wearing Purple!Carla Bruni-Sarkozy wore only Dior again on her second and last day in London, concluding her first official trip as France’s new first lady.
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    Carla Bruni Tries Not to Emasculate Sarko in Front of the QueenCarla Bruni-Sarkozy landed in London yesterday with her husband, French President Nicolas Sarkozy. She looked almost as bored as we were by her outfits.
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    Confessions of a Cross-dresserBeing a straight cross-dresser isn’t easy for one 23-year-old Brit, especially because he’s about to move in with his girlfriend of two years who has no idea how much he likes high heels.
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    What Sarkozy’s Ex-Wife Wore to Her New York WeddingFrench president Nicolas Sarkozy’s ex-wife, Cécilia Ciganer-Albéniz, wed Richard Attias in the Rainbow Room yesterday. And we know what she wore!
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    Lauren Bush Tries Not to Dress DangerouslyGeorge Bush’s niece Lauren Bush has taken a moment to pontificate in the London Times about getting dressed, being a debutante, and her modeling days.
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    How to Wear Super-Skinny Leather PantsOn Wednesday night, Lindsay Lohan was snapped wearing shiny black leggings, and earlier this week Rihanna created a fuss when images of her running around Paris during Fashion Week in similar trousers surfaced. The look didn’t do either starlet any favors, since the key to pulling off the super-tight leather pants look is ensuring you have the actual pants.
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    What the Critics Said About Paris Fashion Week, and What They Really MeantThe reviews from Paris Fashion Week are clogging the Internet with words that resemble English but don’t necessarily make a lot of sense. That means it’s time for another edition of “What They Really Meant,” where we read the fashion reviews so you don’t have to. You’ve worked hard enough today already.
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    Viktor & Rolf Confuses Us in a Whole New Way!Viktor & Rolf, we need to talk. Guys, we know you’re wacky. A little quirky. And yo, we love that about you. That whole hanging-the-models-by-hooks thing last season? Freakin’ hilarious. Your old bed collection? Loved. But what was up with this whole “No” show you just did?
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    The Styling of Activism: Ribbons, Rubber Bracelets Must Match the DressDid you notice the orange ribbon pinned to Julie Christie’s dress and Paul Haggis’s lapel at the Oscars? It was a lovely little accessory to show their support for the closing of the Guantánamo Bay prison because of the U.S. government’s controversial interrogation tactics there.
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    Let’s Take a Moment to Talk About Patricia FieldFor the edification of Cosmo sippers everywhere, Glamour’s style blogger, executive fashion editor Suze Yalof Schwartz, compiled a list of what Sex and the City costume stylist Patricia Field loves and hates. Schwartz writes, “There is nothing better than a stylist who is not only passionate but has a distinct point of view. A great stylist either loves it or hates it and there is nothing in between.”
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    What the Critics Said About New York Fashion Week, and What They Really MeantYou know what it’s like when you’re at dinner with a bunch of people who work together and they start talking about that “report” or that “weird new girl” and you have no idea what they’re talking about? In fact, they may as well be speaking another language? Well, fashion critics are the same way. Their reviews come out in a special breed of flowery, pretentious prose that — though fun to read because only they could come up with it — makes very little sense to fashion outsiders. So we’ve selected some of our favorite New York Fashion Week excerpts from our favorite critics and translated them into language we hope you understand.