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Sunday, 19 August 2012

Sunday, August 19, 2012
Coco Chanel once said, "In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different." It seems like the iconic designer took her own advice, because her nearly 100-year-old fashion house has yet to be deemed passé.

In honor of the late designer's 129th birthday today, we take a look at celebrities in Chanel throughout history. Bon anniversaire, Coco!

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Mary Quigley: Back to School Shopping Never Ends
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Zoë Triska: What NOT To Do With Books (VIDEO)
I stumbled upon this video today via Buzzfeed: reality TV star Lauren Conrad demonstrates how to chop up old, dusty books and turn them into a charming storage bin.
Michael Cohen: Ask Michael Cohen: What's the Best Way to Say Thank You?
How do you get him to shut up? Really? By the sound of your email I think you know how to do this. Anyway, I bet there are a lot of envious 50 Shades of Grey lovers that are reading this and thinking they might not mind being you. Heck, I wouldn't mind being you.

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