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Fiction Faction Fabulous!

Imagine this; you enter the room, fashionably late of course, and everyone at the party cannot help but stare at the most amazing headband that is sparkling atop your perfectly coiffed head. Now flashback to a downtown Toronto apartment in the dead of winter when two girls are bored out of their minds and start… Read More »

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Clip It!

Big red bows, pink Christmas trees and fluffy white snow. J’adore the holidays! The most magical time of the year is also the most glamorous with sparkling work soirees and Kris Kringle parties around every corner. And while all Vintage Vixens are busy making their lists of who is naughty and nice, they are never… Read More »

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Lipstick Love…

by Rosanna Carlucci Red lipstick is an icon. It is also the calling card of Hollywood bombshells and Vintage Vixens both past and present. During the Fall 09 runway shows, red lipstick appeared not only on the mouths of countless models but also adorned their necks and handbags. Designers such as Dolce and Gabbana and… Read More »

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Fabulous Forties

by Rosanna Carlucci Vintage Vixens the world over are jumping up and down in their platform heels and pin curled hair. The fabulous forties are back! Every designer from Balenciaga to Dries Van Noten had models sashaying down the runway in forties inspired suits and dresses for Fall 09. Broad shoulders, cinched-in waists and peplums… Read More »

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Wheels and Doll Baby, Baby!

by Rosanna Carlucci Every Vintage Vixen who adores vintage fashion knows that there is a fine line between wearing vintage with style and looking like a cheesy Halloween costume. Australian designer Melanie Greensmith truly understands this fine line and her clothing label, Wheels and Doll Baby, is the definition of vintage inspired clothing that is… Read More »

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Perversion with a Touch of Class

by Rosanna Carlucci Anyone knows that the key to being a true Vintage Vixen lies in the ability to be both a lady and a vamp. In the spirit of bad girls like Mae West, who looked like a lady but talked like a trucker, comes clothing and accessory line Locher’s, from designer Nicole Locher.… Read More »

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