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  • Dante fumbled a pair of blood-flecked and battered sunglasses free from his metal-studded belt, sliding them on over his eyes.

    Etched in Bone

  • The other day, Melissa Fedor sprinted up Manhattan's Mott Street to catch a young woman in overall shorts, a tube top and metal-studded sneakers.

    Seen on the Street: Strangers as Style Icons

  • These metal-studded Converse sneakers put Ms. Chadwick on the Beautiful Stranger site.

    Capturing the Style of 'Beautiful Strangers'

  • Topshop quickly sold out of $160 high-waisted sweatpants with mirrored grommets designed by Christopher Kane, and already has sold out of spring versions with metal-studded sides by London-based designer Ashish, according to Karen Bonser, Topshop's head of design.

    The $1,000 Sweatpants

  • Topshop quickly sold out of $160 high-waisted sweatpants with mirrored grommets designed by Christopher Kane and already has sold out of spring versions with metal-studded sides by London-based designer Ashish, according to Karen Bonser, Topshop's head of design.

    The $1,000 Sweatpants

  • In the dark living room Ric stopped to grasp my upper arms, even then his palms unable to stop caressing my velvety, metal-studded suit.

    Silver Zombie

  • A Harley, actually, with a thick, large man with long dark hair riding it, black leather jacket with the orange Harley emblem on his back, metal-studded saddlebags.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • The group of fresh-faced, bright-eyed, teenagers sitting quietly in a circle round Hart, look slightly shy of the long-legged, bright blond senior in their midst although one or two sneak an admiring glance at the uber broad metal-studded designer belt holding his jeans up.

    Joe Hart is confident Manchester City fans will be raising glasses

  • Maybe Michelle can give them all metal-studded belts to wear.

    Oh, and about Obama’s nuclear summit…

  • She'll even dress like your mother if you like that better than her leather boots and metal-studded pants suit.

    Don Parker: Aerosmith, Rep. Cantor, Hookers, and Hypocrisy

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