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Fashion Week goes grunge, the Grammys urges restraint and Yoda's master is remembered
Time to find that flannel because New York Fashion Week has rediscovered the 1990s, the organizers of the Grammys are advising against side boobs and Stuart Freeborn, the makeup artist who created Chewbacca and Yoda is dead at 98. Welcome to your online trends report for Feb, 7, 2013.
New York Fashion Week starts today and grunge and punk are decidedly in, proving that everything indeed has a season. The Grammys, which air Sunday, are also focused on fashion, but they're just hoping the pop stars actually wear clothes period. Deadline Hollywood got a hold of a lengthy dress code, which advises against "puffy genitals" and other unmentionables. From the notice: "Please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered. … Bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic. "
After Fashion Week, the trends are pretty thin. Maybe we are all experiencing some Super Bowl overload. Yet there are still a few odds and ends including that The East Coast (but not Baltimore) is bracing for a major winter storm and Beyonce photobombed Haloti Ngata at the Super Bowl.
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