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Monday, April 27, 2015

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The style of the self

Courtesy of Diana Vreeland

BY CAROLINE FILIPS

When I mull it over, reflecting on the countless documentaries of doyens I’ve watched, chic PR-girls I’ve internet-stalked and industry editorials I’ve re-read endlessly, I’m reminded of the fashion world’s inimitable icons who keep me so bizarrely infatuated.

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Book designer talks presentation of 'A Roll of the Dice'

Edouard Manet

BY COSMO PAPPAS

The final product of Clark and Bononno’s labors is a vindication of books whose physicality and materiality have something to say, books that are more than chic “fetish objects” (Clark’s words).

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Punk rock takes center stage at Saint Laurent Fall Ready to Wear 2015

Yves Saint Laurent

BY KATIE CAMPBELL

Strobe lights and a rock ‘n’ roll stage defined the environment for Saint Laurent’s Fall ready-to-wear 2015 collection at Paris fashion week.

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Yeezy Season 1 displays Kanye West's fearlessness

Adidas Originals

BY MARA MACLEAN

Yeezy Season 1 didn’t seem to be as much about the clothing, but more about West’s reasoning behind creating.

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Professor and poet Linda Gregerson bestows wisdom upon young writers

Virginia Lozano/Daily

BY CAROLYN DARR

Someone who describes lines as gorgeous and certain writing as a miracle can only be a poet. Surprisingly, Linda Gregerson didn’t start writing poetry until her early twenties after she had finished her undergraduate education.

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Daily Book Review: 'The Girl on the Train'

BY CHLOE GILKE

As “The Girl on the Train” sits atop the U.S. bestseller list for the second week in a row, people are clamoring to figure out how it got there.

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Studying in style: 2015's chicest planners

BY MARA MACLEAN

The agenda fanatics at the Michigan Daily decided to put together a list of the most stylish and efficient for those who may be slightly lost when it comes to organizational habits.

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