Hautelinks: Week of 2/25/10

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Happy Thursday! March is almost here, and do you know what that means? It's only 5 days until CF's third birthday! That's right - we're turning three years old on March 1st and will be celebrating the whole month long! We're kicking off some great new stuff on March 1st (that's all I can reveal right now), but it's going to be awesome. You definitely don't want to miss it!

In the meantime, here are some fab links to tide you over...

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Maison Martin Margiela wants you to own your own Margiela-inspired sweater so much that they've created a tutorial to show you how to make one!

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The New York Times breaks down how to sell the "celebrity look" - quite fascinating!

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Here's an awesome DIY for a Marc Jacobs necklace... using Dunkin' Donuts straws. I can't believe how great it looks.

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In light of Black History Month, The Frisky shows us African-American fashion icons of the past.

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I'm sure you've seen all the promos for MAC's Viva Glam lipstick featuring Lady GaGa and Cyndi Lauper. But how does the lipstick actually help others? Learn all about it here.

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If you read CF regularly, you know we're all HUGE fans of Topshop. Similarly, it's safe to say that we're currently obsessed with Topshop's Unique line. Check out the Fall 2010 RTW collection here!

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What's the only thing better than adorable accessories? Adorable accessories AND baby animals.

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Future Fashion Predictions, courtesy of trend forecaster Pascaline Wilhem. Would you wear any of the looks?

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Get Gossip Girl-worthy hair with these tips from a hairstylist who worked with the glamorous girls herself.

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The Numbers Behind the Academy Awards is totally fascinating. Who knew it cost $500 to make each statue? Definitely interesting reading.

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No description needed: 7 Male Fashion Trends That Never Should Have Happened

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Being a model can be tough - being harassed and bothered by strangers every day can make you just want to get away. That's why Bernard Smith created Model Lounge.

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NY Mag did a great feature on Little White Dresses, spring's version of the LBD.

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Elite fashion bloggers are definitely moving on up in the industry - first, it's front row seats at Dolce and Gabbana, next it's a feature in Vogue. Now, the CFDA is allowing bloggers to nominate and vote for this year's Fashion Award Winners.

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NyMag did a great interview with Anna Dello Russo, fashion director of Vogue Nippon. She talks about her shoe collection (it numbers in the thousands), why she stores her clothes at specific temperatures, and why she dresses in complete looks from the runway. So fascinating!

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The Frisky argues that pants under skirts is actually a wearable look for locations beyond school playgrounds. We have to say, we're intrigued.

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Refinery29 lists their 20 best street style looks from NYFW - and our girl crush on Taylor Thomasi-Hill only increases.

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Five Days Five Looks One Girl chronicles the wardrobe of Vogue staffers. Lauren Santo Domingo, trade closets with us!

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Learn how to wear the completely buttoned-up shirt, courtesy of Refinery29.

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Fashionista did a great post on Good girls vs. Bad Girls in fashion - which side are you on?

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Fashion inspiration from Ali McGraw circa 1970! Love, love, love.

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Wow, the Jersey Shore kids are moving on up - check out their Terry Richardson photo shoot!

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As you may know, we wrote an article about Gilt Groupe earlier this week. But is the online shopping site good or bad for the fashion industry? It's an interesting debate.

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In case you needed motivation to eat healthier, fast food is really pretty nasty.

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Hmm, Miss Selfridge is making a Gossip Girl-inspired clothing line. We're curious to see how it turns out and will definitely keep you guys posted.

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Haha, Glee + GaGa. Love!

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I was recently interviewed for an article about college trends. While I think most CF readers are more stylish than the average college girl, make sure to click to page two to read my thoughts on college trends in general.