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Ready to go site-seeing? Here’s what’s happening this week at our favorite blogs:
Barneys is fighting for our trees, one Fendi Tote at a time. More on Bag Bliss
Stiletto Jungle features the cozy Rachel Pally Sailor Pant, as seen on Oprah’s Favorite Things.
Bag Snob is drooling over Kara Ross’ Cella Python bag.
Beauty Snob fights tired skin with Elizabeth Arden Prevage.
Coquette talks to Project Runway’s Nina Garcia and gets the dish on her favorite new fashion designers to look out for and lots of answers to readers’ questions.
New York designer and Project Runway alumn Malan Breton has a new bi-monthly column on FashionIndie.com. Go behind the scenes with the fashionisto. Read “It’s Malan Darlings”.
Fashiontribes finds the perfect pleated wool cape at Blanc de Chine, and enjoys the fact it’s inspired by Chinese history.
Karl Lagerfeld parks his tweed-covered party bus in London and all the Chanelophiles come out to play at a time. Get it all onGlamChic.
KRiSTOPHER gives away a Fendi “Hologram” clutch.
Papierdoll weighs in on the made up model war between Agyness Deyn and Irina Lazareanu
Will you be the Slut or the Snooze? Second City Style tells you how to avoid holiday party disasters in “Are You Naughty or Nice?”
Celebrity Styleaholic Najwa Moses launches her accessory line SALTE with The Blogger Earring.
Stylehive got a chance to chat with Rosie Hogan, the youngest - and only - Aussie designer to showcase her collection during New York’s Spring fashion week.
WeLoveBeauty.com’s newest celebrity stylemaker, makeup artist Fiona Stiles, dishes on how she created Halle Berry’s “Things We Lost in the Fire” premiere look.
eBeautyDaily is wondering if she is alone in her lustful thoughts for Christmas goodies.
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Not only is this historic double CD a truly amazing listen, but the proceeds support Amnesty International’s urgent work in Darfur and other human rights crises worldwide. The CD features 23 iconic John Lennon songs recorded by top artists like U2, R.E.M., Christina Aguilera and Aerosmith. ITunes offers an extended album with 66 songs as well as some videos. For more information on the project and the human rights crisis in Darfur, visit instantkarma.org.