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  • 16 things only fashion girls will understand

    From sneaking shopping bags past your loved ones to pretending to be embarrassed when you get stopped for a street style photo, we look at the 16 things all fashion girls will relate to...


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    Carrie Bradshaw facing the daily dilemna of choosing an outfit


    1. Not leaving the house until you've tried on 36 outfits before deciding that the first one was definitely the best.


    2. Leaving the house and realising that the first one definitely wasn't the best and actually number 14 was way better but it's just too late to turn back.


    3. Wearing shoes you 100% can't walk in but they totally make your outfit and no way are you taking them off.


    4. Your significant other is also your official OOTD (outfit of the day, duh!) photographer and is sick of you shouting 'PHOTO!' whenever you spot a white background (white = Instagram-friendly, obvs).


    5. Wearing sunglasses whenever, wherever and no matter what the weather.


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    We've mastered the art of hiding our shopping bags


    6. Not being above stopping strangers in the street to find out where their bag/dress/top is from - in fact, you've been known to chase a poor girl through town just to track down her fluffy bag.


    7. Mastering the art of sneaking shopping bags past your loved ones. 'What Zara bag you saw in the hallway?? How odd, that definitely wasn't mine!'


    8. Not having even an inch of space left in your wardrobe but start every day feeling sorry for yourself because, well, you honestly just have nothing to wear.


    9. Owning over ten pairs of trainers but none that are for going to the gym. 'Exercise?? I think you mean accessorise.'


    10. Your wardrobe is almost entirely black. Even in the summer.


    11. The ability to justify splurging on an item that costs as much as your rent. It's an investment piece, right?


    Heels are appropriate footwear no matter where you're headed


    12. Putting in orders with friends overseas because a certain brand doesn't ship to your country.


    13. Eating beans on toast for a month because you've spent all your money on clothes. *googles how to make meals for under £1*.


    14. Always being late (see 1.) unless it's for a sample sale or the opening of a new H&M collaboration.


    15. Trying to remember where all the clothes in your outfit are from in case you get snapped for street style.


    16. Pretending to be embarrassed when you're snapped for street style but secretly loving it. #streetstyled #madeit.

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  • Fuller - Robertson

    Makenzie Marie Robertson and Clayton Wayne Fuller were united in marriage at 4 o'clock on Saturday, July 11, 2015 at the First United Methodist Church in Waco. The ceremony was officiated by Pastor Steve Ramsdell. The day before the wedding a luncheon to honor the bride and her bridesmaids took place at the Clifton House in Waco. That evening, the rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents, Cindy and Kenny Fuller, at Ridgewood Country Club in Waco. Following the wedding ceremony a reception was held at the Baylor Club in McLane Football Stadium.


    The bride is the daughter of Kim Mulkey and Randy Robertson of Waco and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Robertson of Waco and Ms. Drusilla Mulkey of Hammond, Louisiana. Makenzie is a 2010 graduate of Midway High School where she graduated eighth in her class and won state championships in volleyball, basketball and softball. Makenzie was a four-year letter winner for the Baylor University Lady Bears basketball team. During her playing career, Baylor won four straight Big 12 and Big 12 Tournament Championships and the 2012 NCAA National Championship. Makenzie is a 2014 Cum Laude graduate of Baylor University with a degree in Marketing and received her MBA Degree in May, 2015.


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    Clay is the son of Cindy and Kenny Fuller of Bulverde, Texas, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Fuller of San Antonio, Ms. Evelyn Fuchs of San Antonio and the late Mr. Irving Fuchs and Mr. Daniel Akromis. He is a 2006 graduate of Smithson Valley High School where he was a two-sport athlete. Clay was drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim where he played five-and-a-half years of professional baseball in their Minor League system. He then attended Baylor University where he was a four-year letter winner for the Bear's football team, winning two Big 12 Championships and playing in four bowl games. Clay received his Bachelor Degree in Real Estate from Baylor in May, 2015.


    Makenzie wore a beautiful full-length, fit and flare Berta gown constructed with a corset type bodice and beaded spaghetti straps. The gown, ivory in color, was constructed of double French alenceon and guipure lace with an exaggerated cathedral style train. Hand beaded pearls lined the bodice to give the dress a unique finish to its amazing structure. It was covered with lace and pearls. The long, flowing veil was a custom Erica Koesir. She kept with the tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Makenzie had a piece of lace from her mother's wedding dress wrapped around her bouquet, the wedding dress was new, she borrowed the promise ring Clay's mother was given by Kenny Fuller when she was 16 years old, and the soles of Makenzie's high heel shoes were blue.


    Tammy Mader, a childhood friend of Makenzie's, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Cassie Fuller, wife of Clay's brother, Cody; Morgan Fuller, wife of Clay's brother, Lance; Jordin Westbrook, college roommate of Makenzie; Megan Leinfelder, high school friend; Rachel Carson, college roommate; Jordyn Reel, family friend; Hayley Gaston, childhood friend from Louisiana; and Kaylin Shillinglaw, high school teammate and college roommate. Flower girls were Chandler, Kynlee, Collins and Georgia Fuller, all nieces of the groom.


    The groom's brothers, Cody and Lance Fuller were best men, along with long-time friend Kendal Volz. Groomsmen were Jamie Franklin, childhood friend and high school teammate of Clay; Reagan Moczygemba, childhood friend and high school teammate; Clint Haney, cousin; Garrett Haney, cousin; Bill Westman, childhood friend and high school teammate; and Kramer Robertson, brother of the bride. Ushers included Kyle Fuller and Preston Akromis, cousins; Jay Brossman and Justin Bass teammates from the California Angels farm team; and Collin Simpson, Collin Brence and Bryce Petty, Baylor football teammates and roommates. Ring bearers were Creed and Cohen Fuller, nephews of the groom.


    Readers at the wedding were Rob Hernandez, friend and mentor to Clay, and Wes Yeary of the Baylor University Athletic Department. Musicians included organist Susan Ramsdell, pianist Cheryl Tucker, soloist Jeannie Williams, soloist Holly Tucker, harpist Pat Roach, trumpeters Brent Smith and Sally Tepper. Wedding photos by Kathryn Krueger Photography.


    A "Brunch on the Bayou" bridal shower took place on Saturday, April 11th in Monroe, Louisiana. A "Let's Fiesta" shower was held on Saturday, April 18th in Spring Branch, Texas. A "Luau for First Time Couples" was in Waco on Friday, April 24th and a "Wedding Shower and Dinner" honoring Makenzie and Clay occurred in Waco on Saturday, May 2nd.


    Makenzie and Clay honeymooned in Saint Lucia, an island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea.

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  • Margiela’s Casting Director on Mixed Gender Runways: ‘We Didn’t Want It to Become a Gimmick’

    It’s hardly even considered mention-worthy when a designer parades both boys and girls down a strictly menswear or womenswear runway. But at the Paris couture shows — where clients are being shown gowns that frequently hit the $100k mark — there’s more of a tendency for models to stick to traditional gender roles. John Galliano’s Margiela collection yesterday, then, was a BFD. The designer included three dudes — John Whiles, Roan Louch and Carl Hejm Sandqvist — on his otherwise female runway. Like the girls, the guys wore dresses.

    It wasn’t an entirely new concept for the brand either. Louch had previously modeled for Margiela’s last Resort lookbook. Nor was casting director Shaun Beyen shooting for a visible divide between male and female faces. He also flew buzzy androgyne Erika Linder in from L.A. to walk this season. Gender at Galliano’s Marigela is fluid, and playing with it happens organically rather than being forced. Washed out faces and bold lips helped make the male models virtually indiscernible from the girls, bar a few leg hairs.


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    Beyen spoke to today about how the idea for a mixed gender couture runway came about.

    “We’d kind of been playing with [the idea of boys on the runway] for a while,” he said. “In the Resort lookbook we used Roan Louch, and John was inspired by him, so we started discussing [that] maybe we should use the boys for couture. But we can’t just use one, we have to use multiple, so I started casting and really looking at the men’s shows. We organized a go-see during men’s fashion week with Carl Sandqvist and John Whiles because at that stage we were already pretty sure that we were going to use either one. Once John met Carl and John, he felt very inspired by them and we decided they’d be right for the final show.”

    As far as Beyen is concerned, his gender play is a vibe of current cultural trends rather than an eyeball-grabbing gimmick.

    “It was a challenge because, you know, there is the idea of androgyny, but androgyny in general is open to interpretation. We also didn’t want it to become a gimmick. It was a profound statement because there’s so much being discussed at the moment about gender fluidity and gender neutrality. I think the timing is right to play with that a little on the runway.”

    There was one serious snafu on Margiela’s runway yesterday — the appearance of only one model of color seeing as Beyen also told, “I like seeing that there are so many great black girls working now.” Hopefully we’ll get to see him put his money where his mouth is. A couture house that approaches both gender and race in a way that defies tradition would really be blowing some shit up.

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