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Indie Focus: The unexpected with 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer,' 'Wonderstruck' and 'Jane' – Los Angeles Times

Hello, I’m Mark Olsen. Welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. Among the more exciting events on the calendar is a series of appearances in Los Angeles by Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-Eda. He will be making appearances at USC, at an Acropolis Cinema event downtown and […]

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Magic City Fashion Week kicks off Tuesday – WIAT 42

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Happening this week, it’s a celebration of fashion, design and creativity across Birmingham. Magic City Fashion Week kicks off Tuesday, October 24th. Each day features a different showcase of designers. Tuesday will be a men’s fashion showcase, Wednesday is Everyday Woman, Streetstyle Thursday is also a shop local day, Fashion Friday […]

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Menswear designer Martine Rose: 'Fashion used to be for outsiders' – The Guardian

Martine Rose’s studio is so new you can still taste the paint in the air. We’re in a renovated, 19th-century industrial building in Crouch Hill, north London, and the spacious rooms are delightful. But Rose is worried. “I look at this area, this studio, it’s all so smart. I do think: ‘Shit, am I going […]

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Koreans do it better – British GQ

Here’s the thing about Koreans: they’re pretty major. Their economy is big, their menswear industry is booming, the buildings are tall – even they are tall. The omnipresent eye of fashion is currently centred on the burgeoning fashion industry of the Korean capital where Seoul Fashion Week is facilitating not just a new generation of […]

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Heartland Indie Best-sellers for Oct. 22, 2017 – Duluth News Tribune

HARDCOVER FICTION 1. Origin, Dan Brown (Doubleday, $29.95) 2. Manhattan Beach, Jennifer Egan (Scribner, $27) 3. Little Fires Everywhere, Celeste Ng (Penguin Press, $27) 4. A Legacy of Spies, John le Carre (Viking, $28) 5. A Column of Fire, Ken Follett (Viking, $36) 6. A Gentleman in Moscow, Amor Towles (Viking, $27) 7. The Rules […]

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South Korea's street style revolution: 90s K-pop nostalgia and the new K-punk aesthetic – South China Morning Post

At Seoul Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018, South Korean designers, models, K-pop stars and celebrities mingled inside Zaha Hadid’s cavernous spaceship-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza – while outside, a whole other scene was unfolding. Blue-pink men’s undercuts, dip-dyed neon tips and a variety of other flamboyant hairstyles were spotted in the event’s unofficial street style area. […]

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Exploring South Korea's street style revolution: 90s K-pop nostalgia and the new K-punk aesthetic – South China Morning Post

At Seoul Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018, South Korean designers, models, K-pop stars and celebrities mingled inside Zaha Hadid’s cavernous spaceship-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza – while outside, a whole other scene was unfolding. Blue-pink men’s undercuts, dip-dyed neon tips and a variety of other flamboyant hairstyles were spotted in the event’s unofficial street style area. […]

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IU men's soccer earns win in spectacular fashion | Indiana Daily … – Indiana Daily Student

Freshman forward Mason Toye chases after a ball during warm-ups before IU’s match against the Butler Bulldogs Wednesday night. Toye scored a free kick in overtime to give IU a 2-1 win against Wisconsin Saturday night.  Josh Eastern Buy Photos When the Hoosiers needed it most on Senior Night, it was a freshman that provided IU […]

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IU men's soccer earns win in spectacular fashion – Indiana Daily Student

Freshman forward Mason Toye chases after a ball during warm-ups before IU’s match against the Butler Bulldogs Wednesday night. Toye scored in overtime free kick to give IU a 2-1 win against Wisconsin Saturday night.  Josh Eastern Buy Photos When the Hoosiers needed it most on Senior Night, it was a freshman that provided the elation […]

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'Indie' skin-care brand snags high-profile fans – New York Post

Oars + Alps is the latest “indie” skin-care brand to chase the increasingly lucrative $50 billion men’s grooming products market. The barely 2-year-old e-tailer has already raised $2 million in funding and snagged high-profile fans like John Legend and Jake Gyllenhaal. The brand’s founders — Mia Saini Duchnowski and Laura Lisowski Cox — were inspired […]

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