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North Jersey Indie Fest returns with more labels, more diversity – NJ.com

The second annual North Jersey Indie Festival returns to Jersey City’s Cathedral Hall on Saturday, Sept. 23, featuring an eclectic mix of two dozen bands from the area. The brainchild of Neil Sabatino of Mint 400 Records and Frank DeMarco of Sniffling Indie Kids, last year’s festival utilized Cathedral Hall’s upstairs and downstairs stages to showcase […]

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Suits and Slackers Went Head-to-Head at London Fashion Week – Vogue.com

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Flipkart vendors sweep fashion street with an eye on big billion – Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Top vendors on Flipkart have purchased old season merchandise of several foreign fashion brands left, right and centre for the ecommerce marketplace’s Big Billion Days sale, a host of top brands said. Flipkart is looking to achieve its highest target from fashion category — about Rs 300 crore sale every day — in […]

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Booksellers: Nominate Now for the Indie Next List Holiday Gift Guide – BTW

This fall, the American Booksellers Association will launch a new annual Indie Next List Holiday Gift Guide flier, which will feature the top adult and children’s gift books across a range of categories, as recommended by independent booksellers. The 2017 flier will be distributed to stores in the November Red Box (arriving in stores by […]

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Free indie concert in Heritage Square on Friday night a hurricane relief benefit – Peoria Journal Star

Thomas Bruch Journal Star entertainment reporter @thomasbruch PEORIA HEIGHTS — What began as a free concert from a national artist in Heritage Square on Friday has now become a hurricane relief benefit concert. Van William, an up-and-coming indie artist with a hit song featuring the group First Aid Kit, will headline the benefit show […]

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Milan Fashion Week: Gucci extends news cycle with Rocket Man – SFGate

A model wears a creation part of Gucci’s women Fall/Winter 2018/19 fashion collection, presented in Milan, Italy, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. A model wears a creation part of Gucci’s women Fall/Winter 2018/19 fashion collection, presented in Milan, Italy, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. Photo: Luca Bruno, AP A model wears a creation part of Gucci’s women […]

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Milan Fashion Week: Gucci extends news cycle with Rocket Man – The Daily Progress

MILAN (AP) — Green has been declared the color of Milan Fashion Week, with the fashion chamber promoting sustainability in the trend-driven world of ready-to-wear. Eleven awards will be handed out Sunday evening to honor Italian designers, fashion houses and suppliers that “champion community and social justice, traditional craftsmanship, responsible supply chain management and innovation […]

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Is Montucky the new hipster beer? – OnMilwaukee.com

Published Sept. 20, 2017 at 12:45 p.m. Jeremy Gregory and Chad Zeitner wanted to put their home state of Montana on the beer map so they created Montucky Cold Snacks, a simple lager with a funky name that’s gaining momentum with hipsters, outdoorsy folk and people who prefer – or occasionally prefer – a lighter-tasting […]

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Hipster Guide 2017-18: UEFA Europa League | Part Two – Outside of the Boot (blog)

Oliver McManus takes us on a journey through some of the more obscure parts of Europe as he tells us about some of the Hipster teams to watch out for in the Europa League. Welcome to the second annual instalment of the Outside of the Boot UEFA Europa League Hipster Guides, the ultimate guide for […]

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Paragons of Style – The New Yorker

I first saw John Edmonds’s work about three years ago, when he was a graduate student in photography at Yale. Like many other students, he worked in a small space, but John’s was filled with what I will call blue wonders. There were prints on the walls—photographs of black men and women—that memory has tinted […]

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