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Shut Up & Sing: Framing the debate (Creative Loafing Atlanta)
The Dixie Chicks wrestle with the problem of perception... By David Lee Simmons.
FASHION: Kimora Lee Simmons works hard for her diamonds (St. Louis Post-Dispa...
? St. Louis native Kimora Lee Simmons refuses to be humble. She readily admits to growing up spoiled, revels in language unfit to print in a family newspaper and loves to flaunt her wealth and her figure. She's a rich diva and she's unapologetic.
Clothes take on a slimmer shape (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
There's more classic tailoring on the New York Fashion Week runways than in recent memory and there's also a lot of shine. Designers are still making the case that fall is about chunky knit sweaters, but they have slimmed down the overall silhouette after a few seasons of over-the-top volume.
For fall, designers showing neutral colors, tailored styles (Pittsburgh Post-...
NEW YORK -- The early shows of New York Fashion Week indicate the style pendulum might be swinging toward a more fitted, tailored look this fall, but most of the heavy hitters -- including Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein and Vera Wang -- have yet to weigh in.
Space jam (Creative Loafing Atlanta)
Music... By David Lee Simmons.
Short subjectives (Creative Loafing Atlanta)
Capsule reviews of recently reviewed films...
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