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Friday, August 22, 2014

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Sa-SHEI down the runway

SHEI

BY ADAM DEPOLLO

SHEI Magazine is, for all intents and purposes, a professional fashion magazine — 85 pages of high-quality, glossy pages featuring seven different photo shoots and upwards of 15 articles tied around a single theme unique to each issue.

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Who What Wear: Showcasing student style at the U

Nicholas Williams/Daily

BY JACKSON HOWARD

A college campus — especially one the size of Michigan — is probably the only place on earth where a vast and diverse group of young adults can express themselves however they’d like. Without a doubt, this fact can be seen through fashion.

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#PopeCoats: Dissecting the sartorial choices in 'Scandal'

ABC

BY CHLOE GILKE

Even while this season has teetered dangerously close to completely going off the rails, the wardrobe continues to stun. (White) Hat’s Off to costume designer Lyn Paolo for her consistently fabulous work being the real fixer of “Scandal”.

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Artist Profile: Alton James looks to Detroit for inspiration

BY JACKSON HOWARD

Alton James believes that Detroit has as much artistic potential as any other major city, and he is just as focused as working with Michigan filmmakers, musicians and artists as he is with productions in Hollywood.

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Erika Harwood: About that Kimye cover

BY ERIKA HARWOOD

For those who roll their eyes at the thought of a reality show star and her rapper fiancé on the cover, keep in mind who gave the green light. As always, what Anna says goes.

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Paramount

Trailer Review: In defense of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'

BY ALEC STERN

The trailer is a thrilling and intriguing look into the next “Ninja Turtles” chapter.

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FOX

Episode Review: 'Glee' finally on the upswing

BY EMILY BODDEN

“Glee” needed to move to New York seasons ago. It seems that the show is finally on a long overdue upswing.

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Matador

Music Video Review: The Queens of the Stone Age deliver reliably crazy 'Smooth Sailing'

BY NICK BOYD

“Smooth Sailing” is a fun video – but it’s certainly not an original concept (think Hangover 2). However, it does seem that tales of drunken debauchery in unfamiliar places never get old. It’s nothing innovative, but it’s worth a watch.

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