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  • StyleMob: New Fashion Social Networking Site

    What: StyleMob, Yet another social networking/fashion/streetwear site launches. What the experts say: From Trendcentral: ….. we expect it will be a great source not only for consumers looking for attainable style inspiration, but also for brands looking to see how consumers are wearing their clothes. What I say: I actually like this site…It’s fun, the [...] Read More

    September 6, 2007 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Fashion Week Spring 2008: Yea or Nay?

    Yes, my loves.. New York City Fashion Week 2008 is now upon us. For like the 8th time (no joke), I’ll be reporting from the tents and focusing, as usual, on how to get the trends for less.  I really struggled with whether I should attend this fashion week because, like everything in our world, [...] Read More

    September 6, 2007 by TBF

  • Beauty

    Free Beauty Treatment for LA Moms from Suave

    I love free stuff, enjoy! What: Suave Back to Beauty Moms-Only Field Trip. LA-moms are invited to treat themselves to a FREE day of pampering, complete with beauty makeovers from celebrity hairstylist, Luke O’Connor, and his team, a gourmet lunch and more.Bring your friends, and you could win $20,000 for your school!  Suave will award [...] Read More

    September 5, 2007 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    What to Buy Fall 2007: Payless

    Payless has really stepped up it’s game in terms of style and quality, positioning itself to compete directly with Target in terms of budget fashion shoes. For most of us, spending $100+ for a pair of lucite heeled “hooker” shoes is out of the question, but $48.00 for a pair of patent leather+lucite flat boots, [...] Read More

    September 5, 2007 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    End of Budget Fashion in the US?

    What: US Senator Chuck Shumer recently introduced a bill to reduce the number of designer “knock-offs” by allowing fashion designs to be copyrighted. What the fashion heads say: from WWD: The Schumer-backed Design Piracy Prohibition Act would protect original fashion designs for three years once registered with the U.S. Copyright Office. Current U.S. laws only [...] Read More

    September 5, 2007 by TBF