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InStyle's Essential White Shirt — The Weekend Shirt

It’s Friday, time for the weekend, and I wanted to share my favorite new obsession with you. InStyle magazine’s new white shirt collection—an essential. Based on your cup and waist size these shirts are completely tailored to you. While fellow bloggers chose other styles available in the collection, I fell in love with the “Weekend Tunic.” Effortless, chic and a little iconic.

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    Photo Tour: New York City's Meatpacking District, It's All About the Fashion

    Designer Stella McCartney may have inadvertently said that the Meatpacking District is a little immature, however I’m sure retailers and designers that still reside on the popular W14th Street disagree. 

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      Video: Mademoiselle C, The Carine Roitfeld Documentary

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      Here’s a first look at the Mademoiselle C documentary by director Fabien Constant. Featuring fashion icon Carine Roitfeld after her departure from Paris Vogue, and during the launch of her highly praised CR Fashion Book magazine, the film is set to debut on September 11 during New York Fashion Week—duh! 

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        Iconic Price & Style: D'Orsay Flats

        Right after Fashion Week in February I met with the Lyst team at Soho House in West Hollywood. One of the directors had a bag from Satine—the fashion emporium in Los Angeles— in her hands. Inside were a pair of D’Orsay flats from Jenni Kayne.

        “They make your feet bleed for 48-hours, but afterwards they’re the most comfortable things ever,” she said.

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          Designer Chris Benz’s EPIC Film Debut

          Epic dress? Questionable, but epic-look inside the making of EPIC.

          Seeing Avatar in 2009 undoubtedly blew my mind – so much so that I saw it three times and watched every possible “behind the scenes,” or “making of” special I could. Gone were the days of basic Toy Story computer animation; motion-action completely altered my view on the “animation” genre and made me excited for more.

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