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Tom + Lorenzo

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dknyprgirl:

I met Tom and Lorenzo at the Independent Fashion Blogger’s conference in early 2012.  We had been madly tweeting each other for two years prior and believe me, it was love at first tweet.

As someone who loves to read a good fashion critique, I was immediately drawn to their blog tomandlorenzo.com. Their wit, sass and eye for fashion is dead-on.

Tom & Lorenzo say everything we’re thinking, but didn’t know we could say.
 One of my favorite columns they write is “Girl, that’s not your dress”, playing on the idea that sometimes (ehem a lot), celebrities get advised to wear the wrong clothes.

"Everyone Wants To Be Me or Do Me" (I mean can you even handle that title?) pops a big hole into the balloon that is our celebrity 
obsessed culture. Then they’ve taken that air and pumped it back into
 real people, who need to know that they too can feel like superstars.

"Everyone Wants To Be Me or Do Me" is on pre-order right now, but you’ll want to make sure you get your copy. Pre-order it HERE. Let’s get this baby on the NY Times best-seller list! It deserves the glory!

Oh & p.s., it’s dedication takes the cake:

"For the bitter kittens…"

If that’s not enough to sell you, I don’t know what is.

LOVE YOU FOREVER, DOLL!!!!!!

Benedict Cumberbatch, on the set of “The Imitation Game.”

Ben Whishaw serving FACE for Prada.

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, Goddamn movie stars, at the Venice Film Festival.

Bootsanity, from Tom Ford.

WERQing it: Selena Gomez in Atelier Versace at the VMAs.

Valentino fall 2013 ad campaign

Amanda Seyfried, serving up doll eyes.

Lily Collins, serving FACE on the streets of London.

Matt Bomer, on the set of White Collar, breaking another heart.

“ The strength of [Orange is the New Black] isn’t that it’s universal and isn’t even that it’s women-specific, but that it tells the stories of the types of women who don’t get their stories told in our culture: black women, Hispanic women, fat women, butch women, bi women, old women, immigrant women, uneducated women – and even a trans woman’s story. When the season is done, you will be astonished at the vast range of women you’ve been exposed to and if you reflect on it, will probably be a little depressed that such stories are so rare in our culture. ”

Katy Perry covers the July 2013 issue of Vogue magazine in Rodarte Fall 2013. 

Mad Men Season 6 Promo Photo. [Photo Credit: Frank Ockenfels/AMC]

Christian Dior Fall 2013 Collection. More here

Dolce&Gabbana Fall 2013 Collection. More here