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Midwestern photog Corey Tenold just created one of the most visually stunning photo shoots we've ever seen. And, he did it all for himself. The wildly creative (and inspired!) Tenold shot his most recent project for his portfolio, but we're wishing it was hanging on our living room walls. The shoot features truly stunning floral patterns, colors, and, of course, on-the-edge style that captivates us. And no, this isn't the most identical set of twins you've ever seen; Corey actually used one model and (we assume by magic) made her look like two. If you're wondering where all of the stellar clothing comes from, the majority of it is Zara, H&M, and Urban Outfitters. The floral Doc Martens worn in the shoot were a huge source of inspiration for Corey, and we spy a pair of Jeffery Campbells in there, too. Click through and stare. We did.
Oh '80s teens: Is there anything they don't know? They knew that Ronald Reagan sucked, that one must always avoid the Noid, and that the Go-Gos and The Smiths were the best bands of all time. And, it turns out that they knew their fashion stuff, too — as this recently-unearthed video shows.
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This couple met their freshman year of college. The way they described their first impressions? His: “Emily was energy in the room.” Hers: “Hey there, good lookin’, but no thanks.” After a first-date mishap (he planned a sweet outing to look at Christmas lights; she greeted him wearing sweatpants and no makeup), read