A pink-haired Lady GaGa is on the cover Glamour Paris' December issue.
As much as we love us a Lady maGaGazine, this image was already used over a year ago on Canada's Flare magazine.
Oh well, at least it's a pretty picture!
[Image courtesy of Glamour Paris.]
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What is it with this country and recycling other magazine's images?
Germany's GQ Style magazine is following in the footsteps of Elle Germany by reusing these photos of Chace Crawford for their winter issue.
The original photos of the tatted up Gossip Girl star were published well over a year ago in Interview magazine's September issue.
We love us some Chace, but at least give us something new to drool over.
[Images courtesy of GQ Style.]
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Just like Rachel Weisz, Christina Aguilera has been caught recycling her Herve Leger dress.
As we showed you earlier, a miserable looking Floptina was seen outside Boa Steakhouse this weekend in the blue and black frock, which she wore over 2 years ago when she made an appearance at LAX nightclub in May of 2008.
What's worse is that she didn't put any effort into her look because she styled herself the same way on both occasions!
The way she did her hair, to her bright red lipstick and the leather jacket. She even wore similar looking shoes! The only noticeable difference were the size of her boobs.
Kind of sad when your look hasn't evolved in 2 years.
[Image via PR Photos & Ramey Pix.]
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It is the latest trend, after all.
Gucci has announced they will be getting more eco-friendly to decrease their impact on the environment. Part of their green initiative will include packaging made out of 100% FSC Certified recyclable paper as well as reducing their overall paper consumption.
Creative director Frida Giannini said of their hoping on the green bandwagon:
"This project proves that you sacrifice nothing creatively when working with environmentally friendly materials. The new packaging is very beautiful and evokes perfectly the combination of Gucci's values and the traditions for which it has become renowned since Guccio Gucci founded the company in Florence nearly 90 years ago. I believe we have a collective responsibility towards future generations to minimise our impact on the environment."
And those aren't the only changes. Gucci's in-store mannequins are also being replaced with an eco-friendly version designed by Frida.
Sounds like a great idea!
You can expect to see these new changes starting this month.
[Image via WENN.]
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Vogue Mexico must have needed to fill some space!
The mag managed to scrounge up all of Vogue Korea's unused photos for Gisele Bundchen's second military inspired spread for the month of May.
You'd think they would have spaced these out a little.
Which one do U like better???
[Images courtesy of Nino Muñoz/Vogue Mexico.]
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This is pretty brillz!
Alyce Santoro has found a use for all those "antique" cassette tapes.
The designer has turned the tape into sonic fabric neckties, which is 50% recorded audio cassette tape and 50% colored thread.
The audio on the recycled tapes is said to be filled with recordings from the streets of New York City.
Eco-friendly and historical.
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Neatorama is recycling those somewhat antique desktop computer keyboards and turning them into geek chic fashion!
The recycled keyboard clutch is made with approximately 210 black keyboard keys and costs a little less than $40.
[Image courtesy of Neatorama.]
Tags: computer keys, eco-friendly, keyboard clutch, recycled