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No Designer Clothes For Chloe Moretz

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Celebrities,

Kick-Ass star Chloe Moretz on the red carpetChloe Moretz's mother won't let her buy designer clothes. The 14-year-old actress regularly wears high fashion clothes on the red carpet, but her mother insists the starlet only buys her clothes from high street shops.

"My mom won't let me buy high-fashion stuff unless it's TK Maxx or a birthday occasion. I love going to Topshop, Urban Outfitters and American Apparel, I'm in love with their jackets."

However, Chloe's mum will make an exception when it comes to footwear, and Chloe admitted she has gone slightly overboard by splashing out on a huge collection of Rubert Sanderson heels: "The one thing my mom will let me get is a nice shoe sometimes. I have so many shoes by that label. They're not ridiculously comfortable to wear but they are the most beautiful."

Chloe has many style inspirations with both her mum and Michelle Pfeiffer vying for the top spot. "I have a lot of looks, but right now I'm really into grunge. Messy hair, black heels. I get Michelle Pfeiffer with it. My mom has the most incredible clothes from the eighties. We're going skiing this winter. I wanted to wear her Moncler ski jacket but she threw it out."


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Items Du Jour: Teen Model Lawsuit, Cathy Horyn Gives FNO a Thumbs Down

Rihanna-- First there was the infamous Kate Moss "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels" line; now Urban Outfitters is stirring up controversy with another printed t-shirt. This time, it's a racy photograph of then 15 year-old Hailey Clauson, whose parents are suing the retailer (and others who sell the shirt) for "destroying her reputation," of which she's demanding $28 million.

-- Rihanna showed up to a London event for her new fragrance, Reb'l Fleur, in a look from Antonio Berardi's recent resort collection. Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing.

-- NY Times fashion writer Cathy Horyn picks a fight with Fashion's Night Out, explaining in a recent blog post just how unproductive the event has now become, having transformed into a big block party more or less.

-- Just as the highly successful Alexander McQueen retrospective comes to a close, Grazia editor Melanie Rickey prompts a campaign calling all Londoners to arms, demanding that the retrospective come to McQueen's hometown.

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Items Du Jour: Taylor Swift Stops Sparkling, BryanBoy Alerts Twitter of Threesome

Kristen Stewart—Country-pop singer Taylor Swift strikes a pose on the cover of July’s Marie Claire. For once, she isn’t wearing a sparkling, glitter-happy dress.

—Those who have thought that women larger than size 6 can’t look good in a bathing suit have been put to shame: French Marie Claire is making huge waves with their June issue, which features plus-sized models in a swimsuit editorial.

—Apparently Miley Cyrus isn’t the only Disney star who needs lessons in stylish shoe walking. Vanessa Hudgens nearly took a fall from walking in her ankle boots.

—Fashion blogger BryanBoy alerted the internet and his Twitter followers about a Swedish threesome he was involved in. More proof that bloggers can have interesting and scandalous lives.

Twilight actress and paparazzi target Kristen Stewart was seen promoting Eclipse in Seoul, South Korea with extra-long hair extensions. After her post-The Runaways mullet debacle, I’m relieved to see her do something to her hair for a change.

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Polaroid Instant Film lives again for one last time with Urban Outfitters

Posted by Mark Rollins Categories: Cameras, Hot Deals,

Polaroid Instant Film One600For those of you who are still lamenting over the death of Polaroid film more than a year ago, you can rest assured that you can still purchase the last of it, along with a Polaroid ONE600 camera, at Urban Outfitters.  There are only 700 pieces of these limited-edition sets available, so if you want one, you might wanna go take care of that.

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