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Survey: 86 per cent believe Sarkozy’s image unchanged

December 23, 2007/8.56

According to a survey published in Le Journal du Dimanche, 86 per cent of French people do not feel that the image of President Nicolas Sarkozy has changed since his romance with model–singer Carla Bruni became public. Eleven per cent believe his image has deteriorated, while three per cent believe it has improved.    Eighty-nine per […]

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Dress My Nest: feng shui and clutter

December 21, 2007/13.49

Clutter and feng shui are connected, according to Jayme Barrett in this segment from MyStyle.com’s Dress My Nest. On today’s Lucire home page. You may also like The Design Museum hosts Ferrari 70th anniversary exhibition, with historical models including a 250 GTO Mini celebrates 50th with unique model dedicated to George Harrison Hungary pushes interactive […]

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When beige is bad

December 20, 2007/21.31

Beige is a bad interior-design default colour, says Dress My Nest’s Thom Filicia in our latest segment on the online cover of Lucire. You may also like Hungary pushes interactive boundaries with Fashion Video Festival Sylvie van der Vaart gives BMW the hair test For the enjoyment of knitting Ellie Goulding launches Range Rover Velar […]

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Build the bob: Ultimate Style and Ken Paves try it out

December 19, 2007/11.10

Would you go short? The bob is the “it” hairstyle for 2007 and probably the beginning of 2008, and Ultimate Style convinces one woman to try it out at the Ken Paves salon. The video airs today on the Lucire home page. You may also like Victoria’s Secret Angels reveal latest What Is Sexy? list […]

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Thom Filicia dispels myth no. 6

December 18, 2007/16.47

I know we started with no. 2, then no. 12, and we are now on no. 6 on Thom Filicia’s Dress My Nest tips—but that’s the order we’ve been given permission to post them in. As of last night, Thom has been dispelling another interior-decorating myth on our home page: that furniture has to be […]

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The Sarkozy–Bruni romance is in the Zeitgeist

/10.01

Nicolas Sarkozy, the President of France, is enjoying a heck of a publicity honeymoon. First, he won the election. Then, he went to the US and gave a speech to the Joint Houses that had everyone from Dubya to Hillary applauding. His speech citing Israeli–Palestinian peace a few days ago was largely well received. And now, […]

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Thom Filicia dispels myth no. 12

/9.15

Thom Filicia uses a good fashion analogy here in his latest design tip on our home page today. Myth no. 12: there’s no need for there to be a single pattern in a room. This one should make immediate sense to anyone browsing this site. You may also like Julianne Moore, Kim Kardashian, Gigi Hadid, […]

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Thom Filicia dispels myth no. 2: that all furniture must match

December 13, 2007/11.43

Here’s today’s MyStyle.com clip. I love how Thom Filicia from Dress My Nest dispels another myth about interior design. This episode’s myth: all furniture should match. Thom says, ‘Cobblers!’ (Not that exact word: his statements are far better, as you’ll see below.) You may also like Lucire updates: emerging talent, a new social network, and […]

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Summer Rayne Oakes one of Amica’s top 20 trend-setters

/5.27

I think it’s way cool when another magazine calls one of your own one of its 20 most in?uential trend-setters under 40. And this is out of a global sample of people. Congratulations, Summer Rayne, for making it into Amica’s list! It’s much deserved—and yet another example of how we’ve been ahead of the curve. […]

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Hayden Panettiere speaks on environmental literacy

December 12, 2007/10.50

This is a clip with Hayden Panettiere from Heroes, where she speaks very briefly about the environment. I’m not entirely sure of the context—sometimes we just get links to these things—but I assume it’s the end of a speech. I do know this is part of the Forecast Earth Summit which the Weather Channel hosted. […]

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