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Neon is in Love with . . . Jeffrey Campbell Don't Trip Heels!

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A lot of bags and shoes as of late come equipped with quirky messages–are you feeling them?
If you’re into it, just onto the bandwagon with a $158 pair of Jeffrey Campbell ‘Don’t Trip’ black suede heels:

The Nasty Gal exclusive has a black suede shell, a stiletto heel, and an adjustable ankle strap with rose gold “Don’t Trip” lettering.

I wish I had discovered them sooner! They’re only available in a 6.5 and 11.

If that’s your size, purchase at





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We aren't surprised that André Leon Talley was quick to find a new project after leaving his role at Zappos Couture. However, we are a little surprised that it's with human url/musician/aspiring tech mogul The formerVogue editor at large has been named fashion and style director at and i.amPULS,'s new wearables line, WWD reports. A rep for did not immediately respond to our request for confirmation.

The two were recently spotted together helping out with Vogue's well-documented move from 4 Times Square to 1 World Trade Center. Little did we know it was only the beginning of a beautiful collaborative relationship.

The Weeknd premiers a Dope new single & Cut and Sewn Jacket

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The Weeknd (AKA Abel Tesfaye) is known for his sex- and drugs-minded lyrics, and he brings that hazy, lascivious nature to the music video for “Often,” a recently released single.

The Weeknd also highlights his line of Official Issue / Cut and Sewn merchandise, swaging out a spiffy letter man jacket emblazoned with his readily identifiable “XO” logo.

Set in a high-end hotel room with various items of women’s clothing strewn about the place, the clip features the singer surrounded by a bevy of beautiful women in various stages of undress lounging around, although this there is no explicit nudity anywhere in the clip. At one point, two women in lingerie make out on the bed while two more leave the room as room service arrives with more champagne.

I personally wish that room service would have arrived with more Official Issue XO / Cut & Sewn pieces. The line is branded using XO which some fans claim that XO simply stands for hugs and kisses, while others claim the letters represent the drugs ecstasy and oxycontin. Considering the content of his songs, both seem equally likely. Regardless, he and all of his regular collaborators have the letters XO at the end of their Twitter handles, and his fans regularly quote their motto "XO 'til we overdose."  We'd call for an intervention, but we're too distracted by his style & busy listening to his single. . .often.

Lauren Conrad's New Hair . . . or lack there of

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By the time you finish reading this, Lauren Conrad will probably have chopped off another inch of her hair. 

Since marrying William Tell in September, the style star has been on a one-woman mission to change up her 'do. Gone are the long, golden locks everyone lusted after during the era of The Hills. Conrad went for the chop in late October, followed by another cut a week later. And — ta-da! — she revealed yet another trim yesterday. At this rate, she'll be bald by Christmas. 

As it stands, LC has a lovely, shaggy bob that, in her words, "clears the shoulders." Feel free to print out her Instagram snap for your next salon visit, but be warned: You may not want to get too attached. Who knows what next week will bring? 


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Here are the lessons to learn:

1. Soft tailoring: go up a size to give off that louche air. See The Row.
2. Grunge hair: nineties centre-parting is best. Air dry, rather than blowout, and leave the roots to pasture.
3. Quiet layering: keep it tonal, preferably black.
4: Luxe details: think hero handbags (no logos, please) and fashion flats.
5. Shades: because you were up all night at a fabulous fashion party.

6. Clone yourself . FIN.

(Coffee & Lucy Optional)