Monthly Archives: February 2010

New York Fashion Week!

For the past two weeks the fashion world has been rushing about preparing for the latest designs for Fall 2010. Over 50 major designs have featured their latest creations. The fall fashions are repeating the long lean look with color inspirations of mustard, plum, mauve and globs and globs of black!

Here are some of my favorite designs:

Band of Outsiders

Christopher Kane

Elie Tahari

Burberry

Ralph Rucci

Vera Wang

Matthew Williamson

What were some of your favorite fashions? Or some of the wildest?

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The Top 10 UK Singles for February 21, 2010

1. Everybody Hurts – Helping Haiti


2. You Got that Dirtee Love – Florence and the Machine


3. Fireflies – Owl City

4. If We Ever Meet Again – Timbaland featuring Katy Perry


5. Empire State of Mind (Part II) – Alicia Keys


6. Rude Boy – Rihanna


7. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Glee

8. The Way Love Goes – Lemar


9. Halo/Walking on Sunshine – Glee


10. Starstrukk – 3OH!3 featuring Katy Perry

Information compiled from the BBC Singles Chart.

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Alexander McQueen Found Dead – AP Reports

Alexander McQueen, Designer, Is Found Dead

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: February 11, 2010

Alexander McQueen with Naomi Campbell, left, and Kate Moss in 2004.

LONDON (AP) — British fashion designer Alexander McQueen has been found dead at his London home, his spokeswoman said. He was 40 years old.

Company spokeswoman Samantha Garrett said McQueen’s body was discovered Thursday morning but said she had no information ”in terms of circumstances.”

Police did not directly comment when asked about how McQueen died, but said officers were called by the ambulance service at 10:20 a.m. (1020 GMT) to an address on Green Street, in central London, and found a 40-year-old man dead. They did not name him but said next of kin had been informed.

The force said a post-mortem would be conducted but that the death was not being treated as suspicious.

Original article at New York Times.

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