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“Because when publishers want to choose to publish a "special" book, they can do it just the way any high-fashion industry can.”
“Inspired by German-Australian photographer Helmut Newton's erotic and sexy glamour shots, Eddie Ngai, stylist at the Rita Hazan Salon, created a full-volume, not too perfect, high-fashion French twist.”
“These high-fashion eyewear collections, including limited-edition frames and timeless classics, only look better on you.”
“Dunn's guide to this grave new world is green-eyed, 118-pound, 25-year-old Reynolds (Renny) Taylor, who divides his time between high-fashion photography and high-end drug-dealing.”
“To get there, Obama leapfrogged over her billionaire pal Oprah Winfrey, took out Beyonce, who sang for the Obamas 'first dance at the inaugural ball, and bested Lady Gaga and her high-fashion meat dress.”
“If you prize few-of-a-kind high-fashion pieces, get yourself over to the department-store flagships or the designers' own boutiques—and stop by frequently when new shipments come in.”
“The high-fashion designer, known for his pricey gowns, is launching a digital inspiration board and opening it up to the masses.”
“I've taken so many photos of people at casting calls over the years, so I started painting actors I found on the Internet—high-fashion shots, not headshots.”
“The Clarkes now have a roster of two dozen high-fashion models in various stages of development.”
“Top agencies in New York and abroad rely on the couple's uncanny ability to identify beautiful people at gas stations, Dairy Queens and high school gymnasiums and make them into high-fashion models.”
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