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These days "African Inspired" prints are everywhere. From runways to street style I guarantee you will see some influence of traditional West African fabrics and prints. But what you will find is that over time the interpretation of African Inspired has become well, mundane.
Spring has officially arrived. And another season means a new swath of sartorial trends being dictated by both the runways and the streets. Consider this your cheat sheet, a Cliff's Notes of sorts for how to best dive into spring's sartorial trends du jour.
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Kerry tops a very short list of stars that we think could pull off such a daring look. And heck, when you're starring on
As editors here at HuffPost Style, we are privy to the latest fashion trends as they come down the runways. We don't blink
Burgundy. "[It's] such a hot color for fall. Even if you don't know it yet, you'll be wearing burgundy." A southwestern vibe
We've teamed up with Greta Larkins, the genius behind the brilliant Tumblr FashGif in a weekly series of animated fashion
Although we already regret admitting it, we're no stranger to Kim Kardashian's cleavage (any of her Twitter followers could