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Hautelinks: Week of 3/4/10

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* Aww, Marie Claire’s list of romantic date ideas is too cute.

* Many of you commented on our Alice in Wonderland beauty post that you’d love to see a post on Alice fashion. Look no further – WhoWhatWear has you covered!

* On a similar note, if you can’t wait to see Alice tomorrow, Fashionista’s list of the best and worst Alice-branded paraphernalia will tide you over!

* Stalk the street style at Milan Fashion Week courtesy of Refinery 29’s photo diary!

* We mentioned “Pajama Jeans” (the new Snuggie?) in a Hautelinks list a few weeks ago, but apparently they are now catching on in a big way – and were even worn by a fashion editor during NY fashion week!

* This video is kinda NSFW but so funny: Internet Distractions courtesy of CollegeHumor.

* Agyness Deyn is starting her own magazine! Can’t wait to check it out.

* London Fashion Week just got done, so recap the best looks with FabSugar’s list of the best and funkiest of LFW!

* Do’s and don’ts of spring fashion, courtesy of Glamour mag!

* 10 Top-Selling Mascaras Put to the Test is an amazing article that’s super helpful if you’re a mascara fiend like me!

* One man put Lady GaGa’s crazy fashion sense to good use… hilarious!

* One of the most fashionably funny movies is getting a sequel and we can’t wait!

* H&M is launching a new range of organic beauty products, and you can preview the line here.

* Miucca Prada says she “used to be a feminist”, which begs the question – should we care about a designer’s personal beliefs as long as we love their clothes? Would love to have a discussion about this… what do you guys think?

* Meadham Kirchoff’s fall line was inspired by… Courtney Love? Not sure how I feel about this one.

* The Weather Stylist is such a cute idea – just type in your zip code or location and they’ll create an outfit based on the weather in the area!

* Really random but cool: “The Fiance Formula” provides the optimum proposal age. It was surprisingly accurate for us (or what we want, at least). What about you?

* US Weekly’s list of last minute Oscar tips shows us how the celebs get hot in a hurry.

* The dark side of thrift stores: judgmental hipsters. Boo.

* Shelf Life Advice is awesome if you often find yourself in front of the fridge wondering things like “is this jar of jelly I bought 3 weeks ago still good?” (Answer: probably yes.) They feature almost every food so you know what to keep and what to toss.

* The Oscars are this weekend, and with that comes Academy Award trend predictions!

* How to Make Three Musketeers Bars. Could be a good recipe to try if you’re stuck at home over spring break.

* 18 Awesome David Caruso Memes – I saw this last week on Gala Darling and it had me laughing SO hard!

* While I definitely am not the world’s biggest GOOP fan, this article on sleep and health is really informative and, though it’s long, very worth reading!

* On the same note, How to be Happy First Thing in the Morning is SUCH great advice to help you start the day off right.

* Finally, don’t forget to enter our giveaway to win one of three $100 Urban Outfitters gift cards! You only have until March 15th, so get on it!!

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8 Responses to “Hautelinks: Week of 3/4/10”

  1. 1
    March 4th, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    Regarding the article about resale shops, I always just take my old clothes to charity. There’s one around here that gives free clothes to kids or I drop them off at homeless shelters. In my opinion it’s best to just give the clothes to someone who really needs them.

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    March 4th, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    why is it that the pig drawing site leads to some virus alert thing?

  3. 3
    March 4th, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    That Lady GaGa scarecrow is crazy! Haha!

    Maelynn, I got the same thing about the pig drawing website. My Mac shows a page saying that it’s a suspected malware site.

  4. 4
    March 4th, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    Same warming for the pig drawing site.

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    March 4th, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    Sorry about the pig site, guys! It worked yesterday when I was finishing up this list – not sure why it’s flagged as bad now, but it’s probably for a reason. I’ll take it off the list.

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    March 4th, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    I feel like the article about Miuccia Prada not being a feminist is a little misleading. She has a doctorate in political science and her thesis was about Kantian Marxism in Europe; I’m sure a lot more can be construed from “nowadays there is no such thing [as a feminist]” than assuming she just isn’t one anymore. And I’m sure she has a LOT more to say about it too.

    I feel like there’s a limit when it comes to how far an artist/designer’s personal beliefs can differ from your own. It’s one thing if they, say, are pro-life and it’s another when they donate a lot of their income and time towards a campaign. Their products will always be a part of them creatively, but is the work they produce necessarily coming from the same place that their politics do? I think that’s the real question.

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    March 4th, 2010 at 8:15 pm

    Hi, Just a warning to everyone. The pig website is a malware site, my computer is now infected. It comes up with an icon saying a Security Tool is scanning your computer and even if you don’t click on it (which I didn’t because I don’t trust things like that) it starts downloading onto your computer.
    I think Zephyr took it off now, but I thought I’d let you guys know.

  8. 8
    March 5th, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    I found the pig test on another website, if you google it other websites have the flash game without any malware. No security warning ever popped up on my windows vista computer, but did on my friend’s mac. No popups came up at all one mine like the person above said…which is weird. Running a virus scanner now but nothing’s been picked up so far!

    Gotta love the internet!

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