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Who Doesn’t Love Maryna Linchuk Wearing Double Denim for The Edit? (Forum Buzz)

You have to admire a magazine that gives the reader a cover look they can emulate at home. Maryna Linchuk stars on The Edit‘s most recent edition wearing an achievable head-to-toe denim outfit. Shot by The Edit and Porter favorite Chris Colls, the Belarusian beauty wears a jacket from Maison Margiela and a skirt by Adam Lippes teamed with a pair of suede fringed boots from Paul Andrew, while looking effortlessly chic for latest online installment, dated January 15, 2015.

The Edit January 15 2015 Maryna Linchuk


Maryna can also be found inside the issue where the denim theme continues. We see pieces from MiH, Kiki de Montparnasse, Levi’s, Pierre Balmain, Frame Denim, Emilio Pucci and Gucci. Stylist for the shoot Maya Zepinic showcased some bold yet wearable pieces and we’re loving it!

“Gorgeous Maryna, so happy to see her. Becoming slightly obsessed with The Edit and Porter for that matter,” raved Bobby153 within moments of Maryna’s cover feature surfacing inside our dedicated The Edit thread.

“Me too, they have such unexpected model choices. Also, love their styling and photography,” replied Benn98 in agreement.

Forum member john2elmejor also showed much enthusiasm: “Who doesn’t love her! Fantastic editorial!”

“Maryna looks amazing!” inwhiterooms simply expressed inside the thread.

Editorial Preview The Edit January 15 2015 Maryna Linchuk


Does The Edit‘s latest shoot tick all the right boxes? View Maryna’s full shoot and join the discussion here.

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Net-a-Porter Nabs Budding Sydney-Based Label

Net-a-Porter has just added a new brand to its impressive profile of high-end labels, and we couldn’t be more excited about it.

Photo: Duskii

Photo: Duskii

Sydney-based brand duskii, which nails high-performance activewear for the water with neoprene wetsuits, rash vests, crops and leggings, was picked up by the world’s leading online luxury fashion retailer this week, with its range residing in the website’s new athletic-centric Net-a-Sporter portal.

Having only launched the brand in November last year, founders Lucia Plane and Patreece Botheras are over the moon with the new partnership venture. “We are very excited about the launch of duskii on Net-a-Porter this week,” Botheras told theFashionSpot. (more…)

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Naomi Watts Stays Bright in Roland Mouret

Naomi Watts was one of the brightest celebrities in her yellow Gucci dress at the 2015 Golden Globes, and it doesn’t look like the Australian actress plans on getting off the colourful train.

Naomi Watts

Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Getty

Naomi stepped out for the 15th Huading Awards in China on Sunday, January 18, 2015, exuding her usual sartorial elegance in a pink textured gown by Roland Mouret. 

The asymmetrical ruffled one-shoulder detail amped up the femininity, along with her blushed cheeks and softly curled blonde locks.

Naomi played on the opulence with Bulgari diamond jewels decorating her wrists, fingers and ears, but we’re feeling like the Bulgari clutch in pewter with gold hardware threw a spanner in the works.

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Emma Roberts Was Almost a Disco Diva in Bec & Bridge

Emma Roberts

Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty

Celebrities flocked to the Nine Zero One Salon Melrose Place launch party in LA on Saturday, January 17, with actress Emma Roberts standing out amongst the high-profile names in a sparkly frock by Bec & Bridge. 

The 23-year-old talent went for a black-on-black ensemble, in a long-sleeved sequinned dress by the Australian label, teamed with Jimmy Choo loafer-style pumps.

She added even more shine with gold earrings and matching nail polish, edging vulnerably close to a disco-diva look. Thankfully, the loose fit of the dress and quirky shoe style kept her out of the danger zone.

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Link Buzz: PETA Exposes Dog Leather Operations, Justin Bieber Reacts to That ‘SNL’ Spoof

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

  • How popular hairstyles for black women changed (and came back in fashion) over the past 100 years. [Cut Video]
  • PETA Asia found that dog hide is being used for leather. [PETA]
  • A restaurant in China will let people who are hot enough (according to a panel of plastic surgeons) eat for free. [People]
  • Where were these classes when we were in college? Colorado College offered a course where students studied the Mean Girls film — and wore pink every Wednesday. [NYP]
  • Justin Bieber thought SNL‘s spoof of his Calvin Klein ads was funny. [Defamer]
  • Christophe Lemaire rebrands. [WWD]
  • Preppy Lilly Pulitzer enthusiasts are none too pleased over the label’s Target collaboration. [Jezebel]
  • Russell Brand is NOT here for In Touch Weekly‘s offensive Bruce Jenner cover. [Grazia]

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Target Pulls Out of Canada

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Beloved discount retailer Target has announced that it will close all 133 of its Canadian locations in the coming weeks due to low profitability. Despite the fanfare that accompanied its entree into the Canadian market in 2013, Target was never able to fully court the Canadian customer with common complaints including higher prices than expected, limited stock availability and an overall less exciting and varied array of product compared to its U.S. locations.

The company’s decision to pull out of Canada will leave approximately 17,600 people out of work, though it has agreed to pay nearly all employees a minimum of 16 weeks compensation — roughly $70 million in total — including wages and benefits.

Although Target Canada was hotly anticipated and eagerly welcomed by Canadian consumers, many claimed that they still traveled across the border to reap the benefits of the chain’s fashionable items at low prices. In the meantime, Target stores will remain open throughout the liquidation process so Canadian shoppers may finally score some good deals.

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