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After tapping, I was able to pick a winner from over 100 comments!The recipient of Headbanger’s Studio 54 Bombaddas Earrings is Sammie from New Jersey!The blogger for doesn’t know she won just yet, but we’ll include her thoughts once she does! says, “I’m so happy! I’ve been wanting a pair of Headbangers for a long time, but as a broke college student (I’m a freshman at Emory University in Atlanta, GA) that just wasn’t going to happen. Plus with end of the semester work piling up and finals right around the corner I’ve been a little bit stressed – seeing the e-mail and realizing that I won definitely made my day!” Yay! In her comment she said she’d, “…love to wear these with my cobalt blue tied button down, high waist shiny American Apparel leggings in black , and black Kimchi blue platform sandals. To show of the earrings, I’d wear my hair up in a messy top knot.” Can’t wait to see!Thanks to everyone who participated.And in case you didn’t win, don’t fret. There are many more giveaways to come!Smootches!

• We’re on the last few days of New York Fashion Week, and it seems like the whole thing started ages ago. Here’s what’s up at the tents today: 8:30-10AM Norisol Ferrari, 9AM Tory Burch, 9:30-10:30AM J.Crew, 10AM Badgley Mischka, 11AM Vera Wang, 1PM Diesel Black Gold,  2:00-3:30PM Fotini, 2PM Naeem Khan, 3PM Dennis Basso, 5PM Pamella Roland, 7:30-8:30PM Haus Alkire 8PM Narciso Rodriguez,  9PM Emerson.• Franca Sozzani, the lone Vogue editor who actually cares about black folks, told Stylite she is working on a L’Uomo Vogue issue dedicated to Africa. The editrix has already helmed the iconic all-black issue of Vogue Italia, and a previous African-themed issue of L’Uomo. She says this upcoming issue will be quite different from the last: “It will be about the presidents, it will be about the people. But in a very positive way. I don’t want to say in a glamourous way, but I wanted to show the best side, but only the good side. There are a lot of talents, a lot of talented people in art, in music, in cinema and everywhere. So I really wanted to push that side.” Since most of the world thinks Africa is one big war-torn safari, I can get on board with Franca’s attempts to help dispel this stereotype. (Styleite)• It seems full-figured divas are having a moment this month. Adele is the cover girl for American Vogue, and now ELLE France has unveiled its March issue, featuring full figured model Tara Lynn. This isn’t Lynn’s first time covering a major print publication. She joined two other models for Vogue Italia’s June 2011 editorial Belle Verve, that sumptuous spread featuring curvaceous models lounging in opulently decorated boudoirs. While a little diversity in these glossies is always welcome, this plus-sized thing seems to be a bit of a novelty to these publications. (Daily Mail)• Lifestyle Mirror is a new luxury shopping site started by Emanuele Della Valle (son of Tod’s president and CEO Diego Della Valle) and photographer Francesco Carrozzini. The site has an editorial section focusing on the frivolities enjoyed by the fashion set: food (for those who dare to eat), music, culture, art, and travel. Each month, the site will feature a noted fashion figure, and to kick off their new venture, Della Valle and Carrozzini have chosen none other than beer heiress and fashion muse Daphne Guinness. Watch her talk about her love for ’60s tunes, what she’s reading, and of course, and how she “glides ’round the edges of the fashion industry.” (Stylefile)• Dara Adeeyo, a writer for Cosmopolitan, pens an open letter of sorts discussing the lack of black faces in the fashion industry, and how she feels particularly excluded as a plus-sized woman of color. While she doesn’t seem to see the near-absence of racial diversity as much of a problem, “The lack of representation of blacks in the fashion industry is an issue that I’m not sure is of dire concern,” she does take issue with the industry’s refusal to be more accommodating to larger women. She recalls a fashion show she recently attended: “The show…had sophisticated, cool dresses I could personally see myself wearing…if I were a size 2. Needless to say, not seeing a full-figured woman walk down the runway in a designer’s creation does make me wonder if I could ever wear their clothes and if they are even thinking of me, the average-sized consumer. And if they’re not thinking of me or anyone else I know, exactly WHO are they thinking of?” (StyleCaster)~Jihan

Beyoncé spent Easter in St. Barth’s with hubby Jay-Z and baby Blue. The “End of Time” singer was spotted taking a stroll with her man, wearing a $960 Etro printed silk oversized paisley blouse as a cover-up.She finished off her casual look with a rope belt, pair of studded sandals, tri-color beach bag, and her signature Topshop extra-large hoops.The storm blue and off white silk shirt has a curved hem, button fastenings down the front and at the cuffs, patch pockets, and an elaborate paisley print.I am a fan of print, and a huge fan of the Etro brand, so I like Bey’s relaxed beach look. It makes me weep a little inside, though, that she uses this $960 shirt as a cover-up, while I’d probably have it hanging in my closet in a plastic cleaner’s bag.What do you think of Beyoncé’s relaxed beach look? If you like it, get it at Net-a-Porter.~Jihan

Back my popular demand, Shaniece Lozada’s 2011 BET Awards Candy Stripe dress is now available for purchase at red, yellow, and turquoise number features chocolate mesh, and comes in sizes 4-10.This would be super cute for a night on the town, but for $300, would you splurge?If so, get yours before they sell out at*Thx to LA from for the tip!

Keyana screams, “I LOVVE THIS LOOK!”” CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE SHE GOT THESE PIECES??”Toya posed with her daughter Reginae wearing a fresh out the box red Gucci Soho Boston Bag:The $1,395 bag is made of rich pebble-grain leather in a structured silhouette, with an embossed interlocking G and a tassel zipper-pull.Sure, her bag is a splurge, but you can save on the rest of her outfit with these items:More Sam Edelman…What do you think of her ensemble?


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