2011|06:18 AM I am thrilled to share exciting news with you! Starting next week, I will be collaborating with CW33 DFW Entertainment Reporter Roni Proter on a new evening segment titled Pop Culture: Trendsetters. Starting this Tuesday, May 2nd, watch CW33 DFW news at 9:00pm and watch POP...

Nicki Minaj is featured over at Sexis' society page "Pop Culture". Okay I am not a big fan of Nicki's but I admire her guts in wearing loud (color and cut) outfits. She carries them all with aplomb like the top to bottom leopard print outfit she donned at the Grammys. She's as eccentric as...

The James Hyman Pop Culture Magazine Archive Meet James Hyman, a self-professed collector, who has amassed over 50,000 pop culture related magazines through any means possible. Prior to the internet boom, Hyman saw this as a way to gather information and stay up to date on people, places and...

1 / 7 2 / 7 3 / 7 4 / 7 5 / 7 6 / 7 7 / 7 Playing Cards that Feature Your Favorite Pop Culture Icons For card players and collectors tiring of the usual deck, this snazzy set should perk up the game. Fresh from the design innovators at Chambre Sept, these colorful illustrated...

Kansas City Star Profile of Anna Wintour shows reach beyond fashion , into business, pop culture The Canadian Press NEW YORK, NY — In fashion circles and beyond — in the worlds of business, politics and entertainment — she's just Anna, a worthy peer to Oprah and Martha. And even though Anna...

Well, I know they are technically "undead," but I mean in the sense that the whole pop culture phenomenon is over. The final Twilight movie came out almost two years ago, True Blood (yes, it's still on) is in its last episodes and The Vampire Diaries had an off season. It's safe to say that...

imprints on us, driving us to purchase version after version of the same clothing item in an attempt to recreate the looks that we wanted to emulate in adolescence. For instance, I've been painting my nails pastel blue for a decade because of a music video I saw when I was 13. Below, that...

The K-pop culture is here to stay so you better get used to it and as you can see there is no hiding from it either. Embrace the summer months and be as bright and as bold as you possibly can because before we know it winter will jump up on us and force us into the black once again.

By Ellen Tarnapolsky Sunglasses have been seen in pop culture periodically throughout the 20th century. They definitely help to accessorize whichever look you're going for, whether it be glamorous, cool or dazed out hippie. If you love sunglasses like I do, it may interest you to learn about...

Back-to-School new arrivals for this fall at Tea Collection reflect inspirations from Chinese street art and Eastern pop culture. This collection strongly mirrors the Tea Collection goal of creating globally-inspired children's clothing for little citizens of the world. The modern bold,...

 

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