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    Fashion Week

    A fashion week is a trade event that lasts for around one week where members of the press and buyers can view fashion designs for following seasons. They usually take place twice a year: once for spring–summer and once for autumn–winter.

    Famous fashion weeks take place in Paris, Milan, London, New York, and Tokyo.

    Lesser-known fashion weeks held in cities aspiring to a greater fashion profile include Oslo Fashion Week and Detroit Fashion Week, as well as ones in Auckland, Los Angeles, Melbourne, and Singapore.




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    Haute couture

    Haute couture French for 'high sewing' or 'high dressmaking' is a common term for custom-fitted clothing as produced primarily in Paris but also in other fashion capitals such as New York, London, and Milan. Haute couture is not only made-to-order for a specific customer, it is usually made from high-quality, expensive fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail and finish, often using time-consuming hand-executed techniques. Sometimes the term is used only to refer to French fashion; at other times it refers to any unique stylish design made to order for wealthy and high-status clients.

    The term can refer to:

    the fashion houses or fashion designers that create exclusive and often trend-setting fashions
    the fashions created
    In France, the label "haute couture" is a protected appellation. A certain number of formal criteria (number of employees, participation in fashion shows...) must be met for a fashion house to use the label; a list of eligible houses is made official every year by the French Ministry of Industry. The haute couture houses belong to the professional union, the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture.

    The French term for ready-to-wear (not custom fitted) fashion is prêt-à-porter. Every haute couture house also markets prêt-à-porter collections, which typically deliver a higher return on investment than their custom clothing. In fact, much of the haute couture displayed at fashion shows today is never sold at all; it is created to enhance the good name of the house. Failing revenues have forced a few couture houses to abandon their less profitable couture division and concentrate solely on the less prestigious prêt-à-porter. These houses are no longer haute couture.




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    French leadership in European fashion may perhaps be dated from the 18th century, when the art, architecture, music, and fashions of the French court at Versailles were imitated across Europe. Visitors to Paris brought back clothing that was then copied by local dressmakers. Stylish women also ordered fashion dolls from Paris – dolls dressed in the latest Parisian fashions, to serve as models.

    As railroads and steamships made European travel easier, it was increasingly common for wealthy women to travel to Paris to shop for clothing and accessories. French fitters and seamstresses were commonly thought to be the best in Europe, and real Parisian garments were considered better than local imitations. The first couturier to establish international dominance was Charles Frederick Worth (1826-1895). Even New York socialites crossed the Atlantic Ocean to order clothes from Worth.

    Following in Worth's footsteps were: Callot Soeurs, Patou, Poiret, Vionnet, Fortuny, Lanvin, Chanel, Mainbocher, Schiaparelli, Balenciaga, and Dior. Some of these fashion houses still exist today, under the leadership of modern designers.

    In the 1960s a group of young designers who had trained under men like Dior and Balenciaga left these established couture houses and opened their own establishments. The most successful of these young men were Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin, André Courrèges, and Emmanuel Ungaro.

    Lacroix is perhaps the most successful of the fashion houses to have been started in the last decade.

    For all these fashion houses, custom clothing is no longer the main source of income, often costing much more than it earns through direct sales; it only adds the aura of fashion to their ventures in ready-to-wear clothing and related luxury products such as shoes and perfumes, and licensing ventures that make the real money. Excessive commercialization and profit-making can be damaging, however. Cardin, for example, licensed with abandon in the 1980s and his name lost most of its fashionable cachet when anyone could buy Cardin luggage at a discount store.

    The 1960s also featured a revolt against established fashion standards by mods, rockers, and hippies, as well as an increasing internationalization of the fashion scene. Jet travel had spawned a jet set that partied -- and shopped -- just as happily in New York as in Paris. Rich women no longer felt that a Paris dress was necessarily better than one sewn elsewhere. While Paris is still pre-eminent in the fashion world, it is no longer the sole arbiter of fashion.




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    Elegance

    Elegance is the attribute of being tastefully designed, decorated and maintaining refined grace and dignified propriety.

    Some westerners associate elegance with simplicity and consistency of design, focusing on the main or basic features of an object; its dignified gracefulness or restrained beauty of style. Decoration and features are often minimalistic "the essay is marked by lucidity, wit, and elegance."

    Others understand the word in an opulent light as in tasteful richness of design or ornamentation "the sumptuous elegance of the furnishings."

    The proof of a mathematical theorem is considered to have mathematical elegance if it is surprisingly simple yet effective and constructive; similarly, a computer program or algorithm is elegant if it uses a small amount of intuitive code to great effect. Visual stimuli are frequently considered elegant if a small number of colors and stimuli are used, emphasizing the remainder. The color white is often associated with elegance, usually along with blue or black.




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    Words related to elegance

    quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone "the quality of mercy is not strained" — Shakespeare.
    dash, panache, elan, flair, style - distinctive and stylish elegance; "he wooed her with the confident dash of a cavalry officer."
    daintiness, delicacy, fineness - the quality of being beautiful and delicate in appearance; "the daintiness of her touch"; "the fineness of her features."
    courtliness - elegance suggestive of a royal court
    tastefulness - elegance indicated by good taste
    breeding, genteelness, gentility - elegance by virtue of fineness of manner and expression
    chic, chicness, modishness, stylishness, swank, smartness, last word - elegance by virtue of being fashionable
    pomp, eclat - ceremonial elegance and splendor; "entered with much eclat in a coach drawn by eight white horses."
    class - elegance in dress or behavior; "her class at dinner parties never ceased to amaze her father's guests."




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    Indian summer at leather fashion gala

    It will be an Indian summer for the international leather fashion industry as hues and textures from here will dominate the global leather business in the year ahead.

    MODEUROPE is the conclave that decides on the trends in the leather industry. The forecast and selection helps designers to work on apparel and accessories. This year the decision-making body held its roundtable in December at Kornwestheim, Germany, to decide on the colours for the Spring Summer 2007 fashion collection.

    As least 19 Indian leather tanners submitted 447 colour proposals at the roundtable for the fashion Spring Summer 2007. The Indian presentations were made bearing in mind the trends in the fashion industry tracking colour, fabric and texture.

    Twenty of the 21 colours submitted for footwear were selected. Ten Indian colours found place in the garments section. Light shoe colours were renamed silk, skin, shell, foam, pearl. Garment colours received even more exotic names like smoke, hazel, moor and ink.




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    Case against Moss 'a dead duck'

    LONDON: British supermodel Kate Moss stayed tight-lipped when she was quizzed by police in London over her alleged use of cocaine, but one newspaper says charges are unlikely.

    The top-selling Sun yesterday quoted police sources as saying the case against Moss was "a dead duck".

    Moss, 32, returned to Britain to voluntarily face police over the allegations that surfaced last September in the form of video stills in The Daily Mirror newspaper.

    The fuzzy images purportedly showed her preparing and snorting cocaine at a west London recording studio where her then-boyfriend Pete Doherty was laying down tracks with his band Babyshambles.

    Quoting an unnamed Metropolitan Police source, The Daily Mirror said yesterday Moss - who has not been arrested - was asked about the video, whether she used or supplied drugs, or if she knew any suppliers.

    "On legal advice, she exercised her option to deny certain things and refused to answer other questions. The investigation into other people continues. It may be we will interview her again," it said.

    The newspaper added that the single mother of one, who flew into her native London by private jet from Paris, was free to return to Los Angeles, where she has been having success rebuilding her career.

    Doherty, a major figure in Britain's vibrant independent rock scene, is on remand in prison awaiting sentencing after admitting a string of drug-possession offences.




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    Fashion Week's Most Fashionable Designers

    On Bravo's designer-tryout reality show Project Runway, every episode ends with Heidi Klum definitively declaring one fledgling designer "out." But in the real world of fashion the lines are a bit more blurred. There is no Klum offering daily auf wiedersehens to designers, telling them when their clothes have become tired and redundant--something that almost always spells certain doom in the cutthroat fashion world. Designers bring their wares to countless runways (in New York and beyond), hoping to catch the eye of fashion editors, their celebrity clientèle and the public. And, of course, they hope to be welcomed as "in" for one more season.

    Starting Friday, the catwalk comes to New York, where colorful tents will fill up with lithe models and eager shutterbugs in Bryant Park for 7th on Sixth's presentation of Olympus Fashion Week. It's sure to be one of the biggest parties the fashion industry has thrown in years, as people just can't seem to get enough of the clothes they're wearing. Between November 2004 to November 2005, the U.S. apparel industry generated $178.7 billion, up 2.7% from the year before, according to NPD, a Port Washington, N.Y.-based retail research company. Women's apparel generated nearly $100 billion, or 56%, of those sales. Additionally, women's footwear and accessories--hats and scarves--raked in $22.5 billion combined.




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    Fashion Week Opens With Buttoned-Up Looks

    Fashion forecasters predicted a chilly fall as New York Fashion Week opened Friday with a blizzard of buttoned-up looks on the runway.

    While style is a consideration for the designers presenting their collections during the eight-day event, practicality is not. That might explain the sexy _ and quite attractive _ banded stiletto sandals that Kenneth Cole paired with turtlenecks and trench coats to kick off the new style season.

    Among the highlights:

    Kenneth Cole: Cole set the stage for an office romance, dressing women in refined dresses, wool s***t suits and high-neck tie blouses and men in cashmere sweaters, sportcoats and tailored trousers in varying shades of gray and brown.

    The women's clothes hugged in the right places and flowed in others to be just suggestive enough to keep them from morphing into a 1970s typing-pool look. The men showed a little flair with their chunky sweaters and thick scarves.

    Standout outfits for women included a cardigan jacket with an oversized collar in dark gray cashmere worn with a merino wool pencil s***t; a lighter gray wool wrap jacket with a band around the front of the waist worn with a slim wool pant; a simple and sophisticated cocoa-colored cashmere turtleneck dress; and a caramel shearling belted coat with a high collar.




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    Fashion Career Expo : 1st Annual Hiring Event for the Fashion Industry

    Fashion Week participants can do more than analyze the trends they see on the runways, this year they can also connect with top designers and retailers at an exclusive hiring event, February 10th at Gotham Hall in New York City.

    Previous Fashion Career Expo events have attracted thousands of fashion industry professionals and feature top companies, including The Movado Group, The Gromwell Group, Tiffany & Co., Liz Claiborne, Elie Tahari, Zara, Target Corporation, Nordstrom and many more.

    The employers recruit across the industry spectrum, conducting immediate face to face interviews for retail planners, buyers, merchandisers, sales associates, store managers, apparel, footwear & accessories designers, graphic designers, visual merchandisers, textile/fabric specialists, patternmakers and more.

    "The Fashion Career Expo event and its website, FashionCareerExpo, connect top companies with experienced professionals in an ultra time-effective format," explains Bradford Rand, President & CEO of Expo International, producer of Fashion Career Expo.

    He adds, 'The highest level of experienced talent will congregate for Fashion Week, so this is the ideal time for employers to meet, interview and hire for nationwide positions.




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    Fashion flash: Designers put wearable clothes on the runway

    New York, Feb. 6: Working women rejoice: You'll actually have stylish-yet-appropriate clothes to wear next fall. Even better, there also will be clothes for you to wear to dinner, parties and play dates _ with or without the kids.

    The collections previewed on Sunday on the runways of New York Fashion Week were mostly wearable. But there were some misses, too, especially the short bubble s***ts and knickers that have graced more than one catwalk.

    Designer shows continue through Friday with Chanel and Fendi designer Karl Lagerfeld making his runway debut in New York with his new Karl Lagerfeld/Lagerfeld Collection as the finale.

    Diane von Furstenberg brought back the '80s power suit, down to the slim pencil s***ts with high waists, puffy sleeves and oversized lumberjack-check and houndstooth prints. But von Furstenberg modernized the look by slimming the silhouette and adding feminine details, such as a peplum on a jacket or using a rosebud-print chiffon fabric for a blouse.

    The newest incarnation of her wrap dress, which she first put on the runway in 1975, had a fuller s***t and was made in brushed cotton and suede instead of the classic jersey.

    A black belted shirt dress with vertical pleats was one of those chic outfits that easily go from day to night.

    For Badgley Mischka, eveningwear designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka marked their return to Fashion Week after sitting out a few seasons by courting the funkier Grammy crowd instead of the more staid Oscar-goers.

    Several styles featured accordian-style vertical pleats. The best were a bright yellow strapless cocktail dress with a bow under the bust, and a printed silk satin and chiffon gown in plum, black and white.

    The duo also offered a cool daytime look _ at least a daytime look for celebrities: sheared mink s***ts with unsheared mink hemlines.

    However, a shapeless red dress with a separate piece of fabric in the back that stretched from the neck to the mid-thigh hem looked a bit like a boat's sail _ and it was a dud.




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    Bono Makes Designer Debut at Fashion Week

    U2's songs have connected generations of music lovers, and now the band's frontman is taking his meaningful lyrics to the runway, with the debut of Edun, a socially conscious clothing line.

    Bono and wife, Ali Hewson, joined the plethora of stars in New York City for Fashion Week; but this was the first time the dazzling duo was behind the scenes instead of sitting in the front row.

    Their clothing line, Edun, is a team effort. Bono handles the philosophical side while Ali oversees the aesthetics. "He's a great sounding board," Hewson said. "And he's just really great to have there."

    Bono hopes his new threads will be on the backs of those who want to make a difference. But when designing them, he knew they also had to look good. "If the clothes aren't good, no one's going to wear them," he said. "No matter what they stand for."

    The humanitarian rock star also told us about his conversation with President Bush; the two got together to discuss more U.S. involvement in the African AIDS epidemic. "If things get heated, and they have, I think it's a sign that he's passionate about these things," he said.

    Since his conversation with the president, Bono says the U.S. aid to Africa has nearly doubled. "He seems very serious on this stuff," Bono revealed. "And you know you can't fight the war against terror without fighting the war against poverty. Cause they feed into each other."

    The rocker also chatted about another Hollywood couple taking a stand: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. "They're really serious people," he revealed. "They're really getting under the skin of their issues, and we work together."




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    Designers update classics at fashion week

    The first thing women might want to put on their shopping list for autumn is a pair of long leather gloves.

    They've emerged at New York Fashion Week as a surefire trend, practical, too, with the shorter sleeves of many of the coats and sweaters on the runway.

    Dresses dominated the runway today, especially black cocktail frocks. But the new little black dress doesn't hug curves, it glides over them. Luca Orlandi's best version was a strapless one with a tight bodice, dropped waist and full bottom, with tulle peeking out from the bottom.

    Another great dress featured a bodice made of tulle roses and a ballerina s***t.

    Shirtdresses were made fancier with either a ruffled or beaded front, and one had fur cuffs.

    The question is, whose calendar is filled with so many occasions that call for semiformal dresses?

    For everyday, Orlandi favoured a sleek shape, offering a sheath dress in a traditional plaid - which editors, stylists and retailers have been seeing a lot of this week - and a simple, polished grey wool jersey dress.

    Several nods to the 1980s have made their way to the Fashion Week catwalks - shirred sleeves, booties and power suits, among them - but Charles Nolan's black leggings, worn under almost every s***t and dress, was the most obvious reference.




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    Fashion Week Flashback

    Ok, so even though the last day of Olympus Fashion Week is technically tomorrow, we just couldn’t wait on the all the scoop streaming in.

    Official sponser Fashion Week Daily is your best source for your basic coverage — it's how we discovered that today is by far the best show day of the entire week (Zac Posen, Vera Wang, and Calvin Klein?) But, everyone from the New York Observer to Overheard in New York is on this crazy scene (even the freakin' Washington Post sent their blogger), and we’re stuck, living vicariously through their glam.

    But because we sit at home talking to our plants, and you actually have to try to pass for "with it" out in the real world, we’ll give you a little glimpse at what all the fashionistas, glitterati, and socialites are talking about.



    We’re sure you can sneak out to lunch and crash some party of some kind in the Bryant Park area. And by sneak out, we mean read this in a corner with a mini bottle of champagne and go back to work drunk, talking about how great the foie gras at the Four Seasons is.

    • For those who actually care more about the clothes than the gossip, Women’s Wear Daily is a bible of daily updates, which they prove by giving as much play to the chattered over Marc Jacobs show as they shed on Carolina Herrera’s demure glamour shots.




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    Hip-hop stars flash at Fashion Week

    NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - Led most visibly by the world of hip hop, stars from the music business and Hollywood played to an eager audience of media and industry insiders at this year's Olympus Fashion Week for fall 2006.
    Shaunya Hartley a stylist who has worked with singers Lauryn Hill and Usher, said designers ignored hip-hop fashion at first, but have tapped into the trend more than ever this season.
    As their profile grows, some of the styles are becoming a bit more mainstream - and restrained.
    "The slut is out and the prude is in," said Hartley after attending runway shows in New York City's Bryant Park this week. "There's a return to modest dresses, with longer pants and sleeves. It's sexy and subtle. A lot of women singers are looking more like movie stars."
    Hartley sees no end in sight in fashion lines from hip hop and other pop artists.
    Grammy winner Kanye West is expected to roll out a fashion line, as well as Will.I.Am from the Black Eyed Peas.
    Still, not all pop-music clothing designers have been able to stick around for long.
    Fubu is no longer as hot as it was, and Master P's clothing line came and went, Hartley said.
    Sal Cinquemani, music editor of SlantMagazine.com, said that rap artists dominate the music charts, so it's easy to see them migrating to other pop-culture venues, like fashion.
    He cautioned that music artists often hit resistance when they try to translate their popularity into other businesses.
    "It'll be hard to tell who becomes a big fashion name five years from now," he said. "The longevity is hard to predict."




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    Spring Fashion 2006

    Explore your options with this season’s hottest looks—you simply can’t resist. Key pieces like accessories add a touch of sizzle to any outfit, transforming you from day to night. From metallic satchels to vintage-inspired lacy tops, you get the chance to sample these new delights. If you have not done so already, find what’s right for you. Be inspired. Be true. Be sexy. Be you.

    Neutral and bold shades work best when mixed and matched. For instance, pair a sequined camisole and a pair of dark jeans. Add a cute blazer and you’re all set for school, work or even a night out.

    Escape the winter blues and add a touch of sparkle to your collection, whether it’s a pair of sparkly earrings or bracelets. Or, mix in exotic prints to spice up your wardrobe. When it comes to style, less is definitely more and details matter.

    There is no longer the need to layer up like last season, now it is all about one -piece items that make statement come alive. So what are you waiting for? The time to shop is now. Kathy Van Zeeland offers a variety of handbags versatile enough to fit your everyday style, laid back to working chic, while staying on top of trends at the same time.




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    Fashion stars stroll into town

    THEY are prestigious venues with a track record of hosting major occasions dating back more than 100 years.

    But the Assembly Rooms and the Signet Library are expected to stage their most glamorous events yet under plans for the city's first celebration of fashion.


    Celebrated designers Vivienne Westwood, Matthew Williamson and Jonathan Saunders will all stage major catwalk events run alongside shows by major retailers in the city.

    The Assembly Rooms, on George Street, which dates back to 1783 and has hosted luminaries as varied as Sir Walter Scott, George IV, Charles Dickens and JK Rowling, will stage specially created shows by Westwood and Saunders.

    Williamson's show will be staged in the Signet Library, the law library complex opened in 1822 in Parliament Square, which has been used for everything from banquets and drinks receptions to a film set in the past.

    The three shows will take centre stage in the programme for the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival, which will be held over four days in April. The Harvey Nichols department store, the Omni Centre at the top of Leith Walk and the National Galleries of Scotland complex on The Mound will also stage events.

    Westwood, who is renowned as one of Britain's most eccentric and influential designers, will be styling a one-off show dubbed "Fabric of Scotland", which organisers say will celebrate how she has used the likes of Harris Tweed and tartan in her famous designs over the years.




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    10-13 February - Paserela Cibeles or Madrid Fashion Week
    This gathering of fashionistas vies with Barcelona's version in the second division of fashion shows. Not Milan or Paris but it does throw up some interesting ideas.

    Just search it. is very cool !




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    PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 14, 2006--As part of its focus on making an emotional connection with customers by offering styles that inspire, the J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE:JCP) today announced the introduction of a new casual apparel brand for a woman's modern lifestyle. The private brand, a.n.a, debuts this month in all JCPenney department stores, the 2006 Spring & Summer JCPenney Catalog, and online at www.jcp.com.


    Whether running errands with the kids or out for a casual evening with friends, women want to look pulled together in style wherever they go. The a.n.a brand delivers a complete modern casual lifestyle wardrobe of related fashion separates, including denim, knit and woven pants, s***ts, tops and jackets, affordably priced from $18 to $80.

    As the name reflects, a.n.a represents "a new approach" by JCPenney to developing private-brand merchandise in response to the lifestyle needs of customers. In addition to being the company's first private brand launched simultaneously in all stores and in all size ranges -- misses', petites and women's -- a.n.a is also an example of the company's focus on rapidly moving concepts for its merchandise into production and onto the selling floor, in order to best meet customers' changing tastes and demand for current fashion.

    "Private brands are a key strength for JCPenney, and a.n.a is by far the largest brand launch we've ever undertaken right out of the box," said Myron E. (Mike) Ullman III, chairman and chief executive officer. "The line was developed based on clear feedback from our customers, who wanted a fun line of fashionable casual and weekend wear. With the strength of our design team, our worldwide sourcing organization and an industry-leading planning and allocation infrastructure, we were able to develop the right product and bring it to our customer across all of our distribution channels in record time, the fastest in JCPenney's history."

    Select stores began receiving the first deliveries of a.n.a in November and December 2005. "The response from customers has been outstanding," Ullman added. "By achieving much faster cycle times, we expect to be able to keep fresh new styles on the floor at all times."




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    FASHION SYNDICATE PRESS 2006 (very nice site ) .

    Fashion Showroom

    Go to ---> http://www.fashionshowroom.com/




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    Makeup 411 (for ladies) .

    Offers a range of beauty information, including celebrity beauty breakdowns, and product reviews.

    www.makeup411.com




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    Costume Gallery
    Fashion history, costume designers, and historical patterns.
    www.costumegallery.com

    Costume Con-nections
    Devoted to costume conference links and costuming resources in the Baltimore and Washington area.
    www.Costume-Con.org




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    Makeup Gallery

    Featuring actresses in character and prosthetic makeup by professional makeup artists.

    www.themakeupgallery.info




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    Sheer Image Video Productions

    Offers videos of glamour models in the fashions of the fifties.

    www.fifties.co.uk




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    Hair News Com

    Reference and resource site dedicated to the art and science of hair. Serves consumers and hair care professionals.

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