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BB's Weekly Fashion Link Round Up: Selena Gomez is ELLE's It Girl, NPR Talks Fast Fashion and More




ELLE goes one-on-one with July cover girl Selena Gomez.

NPR talks with author Elizabeth Cline about the high cost of cheap fashion.

Viva Luxury
is crushing on Gap's soft tees and tangerine pleats.

Right Up Your Aly is loving Kristen Stewart's June spread in ELLE.

Steve Madden launches a fashion and lifestyle webzine at stevemaddenmag.com.

Racked questions a Harvey Nichols ad campaign featuring models who have peed themselves.

Shopafrolic finds summer dresses under $100.

Threadflip launches an iPhone app.

Architectural Digest gives us a tour of Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan's colorful island retreat.

A Bullseye View shares three hot braided hairstyles to try now.

Karl Lagerfeld's cat joins Twitter and leads a very pampered life.

College Candy has a how-to for a stylish rope braid hair-do.

The Grindstone wants you to meet the stylist who could be the next Rachel Zoe.

Style It Online has the scoop on how you can win a mood-boosting Jason Wu candle.

Comments
I heard that NPR piece and it was really eye-opening.
#1 Andrea on 2012-06-09 10:13 (Reply)
I also listened to the NPR segment, and Elizabeth Cline hit the nail on the head.
#2 Sarah (Homepage) on 2012-06-10 14:25 (Reply)
It's interesting that The Budget Babe would put up the link to the NPR article. Would you be interested in doing a post about ethical fashion?
#3 J.Mill (Homepage) on 2012-06-11 09:21 (Reply)
I try to keep politics out of my posts but I'd be happy to do a post on ethical fashion. With my weekly link round-up, I've tried to include a diversity of opinions and topics to help keep my readers informed on the industry as a whole. Eventually, I'd like to hire writers to help me cover topics like eco-friendlier fashion, ethics, thrifyness, upcycling, Made in America and more. xoBB
#3.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-06-11 13:54 (Reply)
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