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  • FKA Twigs Power Play The FADER
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    Emilie Friedlander's FADER 91 cover story on FKA Twigs follows the shape-shifting pop singer through London.
  • FKA Twigs Power Play The FADER
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    Emilie Friedlander's FADER 91 cover story on FKA Twigs follows the shape-shifting pop singer through London.
  • Polyvore Clipper
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    Name's Cat. I'm an L.A. gal who loves everything from classic movie queens to pinups to classic horror. Disclaimer This blog claims no credit for any images posted unless otherwise noted. Images on...
  • Polyvore Clipper
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    Name's Cat. I'm an L.A. gal who loves everything from classic movie queens to pinups to classic horror. Disclaimer This blog claims no credit for any images posted unless otherwise noted. Images on...
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  • Polyvore Clipper
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    Name's Cat. I'm an L.A. gal who loves everything from classic movie queens to pinups to classic horror. Disclaimer This blog claims no credit for any images posted unless otherwise noted. Images on...
  • Polyvore Clipper
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    Name's Cat. I'm an L.A. gal who loves everything from classic movie queens to pinups to classic horror. Disclaimer This blog claims no credit for any images posted unless otherwise noted. Images on...
  • DIY: Floral Crown | BLOG | LOOKBOOK
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  • DIY Floral Crown
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    Click photo above for more inspiration. Photo by Elle R. What better way to celebrate spring and summer than to wear flowers in your hair! And there's no easier way to do this than by creating a pretty and easy floral crown you can wear over and over again. Just follow the instructions below and soon you'll feel just like a spritely creature on a midsummers day! Supplies needed for this project include: fake flowers, floral tape, decorative floral wire, wire cutters and pliers. 1. Wrap the decorative floral wire around your head to measure for size and add a few inches. Make a cut with wire cutters. 2. Form a crown with the decorative floral wire and wrap the extra wire around securely. You can use pliers to help you shape the wire. 3. Separate the flowers by either pulling or cutting them from their stems. 4. Place the flowers on the wire crown and secure with floral tape. 5. Continue adding flowers around the crown until you're happy with what you have. We only added flowers to the front of the crown. 6. You can mix and match different kinds of flowers to create more elaborate crowns. 7. We made a few different crowns to share with our friends, and we hope you will too! Photo credit: Irene Hsu of Superflat
  • DIY Floral Crown
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    Click photo above for more inspiration. Photo by Elle R. What better way to celebrate spring and summer than to wear flowers in your hair! And there's no easier way to do this than by creating a pretty and easy floral crown you can wear over and over again. Just follow the instructions below and soon you'll feel just like a spritely creature on a midsummers day! Supplies needed for this project include: fake flowers, floral tape, decorative floral wire, wire cutters and pliers. 1. Wrap the decorative floral wire around your head to measure for size and add a few inches. Make a cut with wire cutters. 2. Form a crown with the decorative floral wire and wrap the extra wire around securely. You can use pliers to help you shape the wire. 3. Separate the flowers by either pulling or cutting them from their stems. 4. Place the flowers on the wire crown and secure with floral tape. 5. Continue adding flowers around the crown until you're happy with what you have. We only added flowers to the front of the crown. 6. You can mix and match different kinds of flowers to create more elaborate crowns. 7. We made a few different crowns to share with our friends, and we hope you will too! Photo credit: Irene Hsu of Superflat
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  • DIY Floral Crown
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    Click photo above for more inspiration. Photo by Elle R. What better way to celebrate spring and summer than to wear flowers in your hair! And there's no easier way to do this than by creating a pretty and easy floral crown you can wear over and over again. Just follow the instructions below and soon you'll feel just like a spritely creature on a midsummers day! Supplies needed for this project include: fake flowers, floral tape, decorative floral wire, wire cutters and pliers. 1. Wrap the decorative floral wire around your head to measure for size and add a few inches. Make a cut with wire cutters. 2. Form a crown with the decorative floral wire and wrap the extra wire around securely. You can use pliers to help you shape the wire. 3. Separate the flowers by either pulling or cutting them from their stems. 4. Place the flowers on the wire crown and secure with floral tape. 5. Continue adding flowers around the crown until you're happy with what you have. We only added flowers to the front of the crown. 6. You can mix and match different kinds of flowers to create more elaborate crowns. 7. We made a few different crowns to share with our friends, and we hope you will too! Photo credit: Irene Hsu of Superflat
  • DIY Floral Crown
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    Click photo above for more inspiration. Photo by Elle R. What better way to celebrate spring and summer than to wear flowers in your hair! And there's no easier way to do this than by creating a pretty and easy floral crown you can wear over and over again. Just follow the instructions below and soon you'll feel just like a spritely creature on a midsummers day! Supplies needed for this project include: fake flowers, floral tape, decorative floral wire, wire cutters and pliers. 1. Wrap the decorative floral wire around your head to measure for size and add a few inches. Make a cut with wire cutters. 2. Form a crown with the decorative floral wire and wrap the extra wire around securely. You can use pliers to help you shape the wire. 3. Separate the flowers by either pulling or cutting them from their stems. 4. Place the flowers on the wire crown and secure with floral tape. 5. Continue adding flowers around the crown until you're happy with what you have. We only added flowers to the front of the crown. 6. You can mix and match different kinds of flowers to create more elaborate crowns. 7. We made a few different crowns to share with our friends, and we hope you will too! Photo credit: Irene Hsu of Superflat
  • DIY Floral Crown
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    Click photo above for more inspiration. Photo by Elle R. What better way to celebrate spring and summer than to wear flowers in your hair! And there's no easier way to do this than by creating a pretty and easy floral crown you can wear over and over again. Just follow the instructions below and soon you'll feel just like a spritely creature on a midsummers day! Supplies needed for this project include: fake flowers, floral tape, decorative floral wire, wire cutters and pliers. 1. Wrap the decorative floral wire around your head to measure for size and add a few inches. Make a cut with wire cutters. 2. Form a crown with the decorative floral wire and wrap the extra wire around securely. You can use pliers to help you shape the wire. 3. Separate the flowers by either pulling or cutting them from their stems. 4. Place the flowers on the wire crown and secure with floral tape. 5. Continue adding flowers around the crown until you're happy with what you have. We only added flowers to the front of the crown. 6. You can mix and match different kinds of flowers to create more elaborate crowns. 7. We made a few different crowns to share with our friends, and we hope you will too! Photo credit: Irene Hsu of Superflat
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  • 'Dior y yo el documental que desnuda la historia de Raf Simons y la 'maison' francesa
    vogue.es
    La firma ha dejado entrar en su atelier al objetivo de Frederic Tseng, siguiendo la estela de Chanel, Victoria Beckham o Valentino
  • Celebraciones al aire libre
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    Los flecos son los protagonistas de la colección de primavera-verano 2014 de Azzaro, la firma parisina propone mini vestidos con escotes de vértigo ideales para bodas informales al aire libre.
  • Celebraciones al aire libre
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    Los flecos son los protagonistas de la colección de primavera-verano 2014 de Azzaro, la firma parisina propone mini vestidos con escotes de vértigo ideales para bodas informales al aire libre.
  • Celebraciones al aire libre
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    Los flecos son los protagonistas de la colección de primavera-verano 2014 de Azzaro, la firma parisina propone mini vestidos con escotes de vértigo ideales para bodas informales al aire libre.
  • Expresivo y exótico
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    Al que ha sido color del año 2013, el verde esmeralda, le toma ahora el relevo una tonalidad radiante que se sitúa a medio camino entre el rosa fucsia y el púrpura. El Orquídea Radiante es el color que viene a conquistar 2014 según Pantone. Un color cálido que atrae con un encanto seductor y misterioso que ya se subió a las pasarelas de la mano de los principales diseñadores: desde Victoria Beckham a Gucci pasando por Max Mara y Badgley Mischka, entre otros.
  • 39 short haircuts to inspire you for summer
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    12 reasons to make the chop.
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    • Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2012 Shoe Collection
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  • Tommy Ton's Street Style
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    Our street shooting man captures the best looks from Milan Fashion Week.
  • Street Style Australia Fashion Week 2014
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    Australia Fashion Week gets loud and proud with print-heavy, textile-rich looks that break a few rules and get away with it.
  • Too funky!
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    Zapatillas de lona estampada de M Missoni para TheCorner.com (260 €).
  • Gossip Girl's Best Looks From All 6 Seasons! US Weekly
    usmagazine.com
    As the series comes to an end, look back on the fashions worn by Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr, Kelly Rutherford, Katie Cassidy, Kaylee DeFer and more
  • The Ultimate Coachella Shopping Guide
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    What to wear to Coachella 2014- a shopping guide for what apparel, jewelry and shoes to wear to the Coachella Music Festival.
  • ShopBAZAAR is Popping Up at Coachella
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    We're packing our bags for Palm Springs and jetting off for a can't miss lineup of shopping and style.
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  • Velo-joya
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    Velo largo de tul de seda enriquecido con perlas y cristales de Swarovski, de Lanvin -a la venta en Net-a-porter- (1.150 €)
  • Una chaqueta étnica
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    Es un hecho infalible, con la llegada del buen tiempo los estampados tribales y los detalles de inspración étnica se apoderan del look. Seguramente sea por sus alegres estampados, que invitan a salir a la calle y divertirse al sol, o porque realmente estábamos esperando una explosión de color tras un invierno esencialmente minimalista de tonos neutros. La cuestión es que no hacen falta muchos motivos para adorar este abrigo primaveral con bordados y pedrería, de H&M (99 €).
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