Links Thursday

afrowine_linksIt's the badass-70s-Afro-radio-winebox you've been waiting for your whole life (pictured, BoingBoing)
Eighties' fads weren't just overly dramatic and daring—according to scientists, they were downright unnatural. (TelegraphUK)
Also coming out of England, apparently the new "fashion" on the streets of London is stabbing people. Always fashion forward those Brits. (Sky News)
Everybody, and we mean everybody, loves Candy Pratt Price. (NYMag)
Viktor & Rolf bring their fashions, and their doll collection, to their retrospective at London's Barbican. (TelegraphUK)
Seems fashion is a fairly accurate economic indicator. This begs the question: did the rise of Uggs predict the current recession? (Newsweek)
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PSFK grills Facehunter about his Mexico shows. (PSFK)
The Underminer strikes back in the trenches of the natural foods aisle. (Youtube)
Guinevere van Seenus sits in as Paolo Roversi's muse and walks away with her own, dedicated exhibition. (The Moment)
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