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Fashion

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My Look: Combat Boots

“I’ve recently gone back to the same haircut I had when I was 6. True fashion people need a great haircut.”

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My Look: Edgy Heels

“I won’t wear shoes in public before I practice in them. I’ll cook in them, walk around the house, whatever.”

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My Look: Gingham Dress

“This aqua is a quintessential midcentury color. It reminds me of that time when everyone had a whole pink or blue kitchen.”

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Fashion Hub: Meet 7 Stylish Monon Trail Users

“If you’re going to a nicer event, go for platforms or wedges—they’re not really hard to bike in—instead of sneakers,” Talty says.

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Next Stop, Stardom: Famous Hoosiers Turned New Yorkers

Who’s who among Indianans on the fast track in NYC, from breakout designers to NBA bigwigs.

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Pattern Magazine's Perfect Formula

Polina Osherov, 41, photographer (at far left)

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The Sartorialist: Clothes Encounters

Schuman’s website, TheSartorialist.com, is often credited with starting the online street-look movement, one way the world of couture has become accessible in the Internet age. Since 2005, he has posted portraits of people whose outfit and spirit catch his attention in Paris, Milan, Tokyo, and other diverse places. The blog now attracts around 12 million views a month, and it has turned Schuman, a fashion marketer in his pre-Sartorialist life, into an internationally respected arbiter of personal flair.

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