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How Fashion Trends Arise

With the growing popularity of “fast fashion,” or designs that move quickly from the runway to retail chains, many wonder how their favorite styles first arise. The Onion breaks down the process step by step

Woman Stalked Across 8 Websites By Obsessed Shoe Advertisement

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA—Expressing her growing unease at repeatedly spotting the same picture and text lurking in the corners of her favorite webpages, local woman Laura Spelman confirmed Monday that she has been stalked across eight different sites by an obsessed Nine West shoe advertisement.

Area Man Under Impression He Got Dressed Up

PROVIDENCE, RI—Explaining that the dinner he would soon be having at an upscale restaurant required him to wear something a bit special, local man Kyle Finnegan was under the impression that he had just gotten dressed up, sources said Thursday.
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J.Crew Debuts New Line Of Stylish Casualwear For Mannequins

NEW YORK—Saying its classic but comfortable fashions should be for everyone, clothing retailer J.Crew unveiled on Wednesday a new line of stylish casualwear specifically designed for mannequins. “Whether they’re hanging out with friends in a window display or standing motionless by the entrance to a menswear section, our new ‘Dolled Up’ apparel line offers ageless, timeless looks for the modern mannequin,” said J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons, adding that the clothes have been specially hand-dyed in colors that complement mannequins’ stark white skin while the lightweight madras and chambray fabrics won’t weigh down their hollow fiberglass frames. “We’ve tailored these garments to subtly accentuate the nubs where hands and feet should be, but we’ve also manufactured them to be durable enough to withstand being stretched against a permanently bent elbow.” At press time, J.Crew’s mannequin line was discontinued after selling far below expectations.

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