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April 19 2014

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Lily Donaldson’s Hair Immortalized On Film, And More…

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Have you ever wondered what two seconds of footage of Lily Donaldson thrashing her long blond locks around in the midst of four wind machines, slowed down to 1,000 frames per second, would look like? Yeah? This one’s for you. [Nowness]

The problem with renouncing plastic surgery and making statements like, “Somebody has got to give a face to getting old,” is that when you do decide to go in for a little nip/tuck, you look like a bit of a hypocrite. Not that we’d ever judge you, Jane Fonda, but… [Daily Mail]

Hatters in Victorian England often had reddish hair because of the orange-tinged mercury used in the manufacture of felt back in the day. But that’s not what compelled Tim Burton to make Johnny Depp a carrot-top in his forthcoming Alice in Wonderland adaptation. “There is just something really scary about orange hair,” Burton says. “Every performer in my childhood who had orange hair, it seemed to signify that they were not to be trusted and could be dangerous.” There was something kind of frightening about Bozo, come to think of it… [L.A. Times]

Vogue Italia‘s new Web site is dedicating a section to plus-sized women by launching Vogue Curvy, a satellite destination that features video interviews with models like Crystal Renn and Lizzie Miller. So…it’s a “separate but equal” mentality, then? [Stylist]

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