This week, a photo of Gemma Ward on the set of the filming for The Great Gatsby was leaked onto a Tumblr blog and now the fashion world is all in a-twitter. The Roaring '20s trend has been hot this year with flapper-inspired frocks that walked down the runways of Ralph Lauren, Alberta Ferretti, Sonia Rykiel and Gucci, and even inspiring Kate Moss' dreamlike wedding. This trend isn't going anywhere any time soon. It's infusing trends in beauty, shoes, hair and apparel for day as well as evening.
No need to wait until the movie's release in December 2012 to hop on this trend, it is an easy one to recreate, and a great way to glam up for the holidays.
Here are some tips on how to get the look of the Jazz Age without having to pay for a runway frock.
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In honor of this year's looming Black Friday and the inevitable flood of welcome "buy one, get one free" deals, this week's wacky product is actually two wacky products. All of this is being brought to you for the standard low, low price of $0.00.
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For those of you that watched the VMAs on Sunday, you might have caught a glimpse of the infamous meat dress worn by Lady Gaga. Yes, I said meat, as in 25 pounds of flank steak. Designer Franc Fernandez said it took him two days to stitch the dress together and he shows off how he put it together on his blog. The price of the dress is not disclosed, but the cost for all the meat is $100. And it comes with a matching meat hat, boots and purse.
Personally, I would never wear raw, stinky meat on myself but to each their own.
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