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In Seventeen Magazine's August 2012 issue, Ann Shoket, the magazine's editor in chief, writes in her editor's letter that Seventeen is launching a Body Peace Treaty. The initiative comes in response to a petition organized by teenager Julia Bluhm, who used Change.org to ask Seventeen to print...

In Seventeen's August issue, editor-in-chief Ann Shoketwill reveal an eight-point Body Peace Treaty in her editor's letter. In it, Shoket writes: "Recently I've heard from some girls who were concerned that we'd strayed from our promise to show real girls as they really are. A lot of the...

Wearing my new Paul Smith signature stripe scarf – actually a sarong, according to 6pm.com – was more emotionally essential than physically essential. In case you don't remember why I adore Paul Smith, here's the back story. Striped tee, thrifted – similar (long sleeves) Skirt,...

Spend some time exploring A Peace Treaty's truly lustable accessories collections. Founded by Dana Arbib and Farah Malik, the ethically produced luxury line is made by Third World artisans and sells scarves and jewelry everywhere from Barneys to Rugby Ralph Lauren. The handmade engraved...

To have a fashionable look with a short scarf you can wear it as a head wear, as a garment, and as an accessory. Scarves are fashionable trend statements. They have become functional trends for both men and women. Scarves are the most versatile accessories that come with different styles and...

Ladies, 'tis the season to break out the cute jeans, dark nail polish, knee high boots, and the most important accessory: scarves! If you don't have a scarf in your daily wardrobe, consider your smashion outfit incomplete. A good scarf can bring you from basic to celebrity stylin' in a...

Scarves are associated with style icons like Grace Kelly and Jackie Kennedy. You can buy vintage designer scarves online. Featured here scarves, made by Celine and Hermes, are offered on etsy.com This entry was posted on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 at 2:55 pm and is filed under...

First up, A Peace Treaty (bottom left), an eight-piece collection of necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets designed by Farah Malik and Dana Arbib and produced by skilled artisans in countries such as Nepal, Bolivia, Afghanistan, and India. Next, Bing Bang (top left) by New York-based...

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