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Anabela Belikova

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    Joan Smalls Is Paris Fashion Week’s Top ModelThe hardworking commercial veteran has finally arrived in the high-fashion world.
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    Hilary Rhoda Is Saturday’s Top ModelWelcome back to the high-fashion game, Hilary!
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    Samantha Gradoville Is Milan’s Top ModelThis season left very little breathing room for any model that wasn’t already established.
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    Freja Beha Is Tuesday’s Top ModelIt was a close call for who won the top model slot on Tuesday’s runways.
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    Dree Hemingway Is London’s Top ModelLondon’s runways were as exciting and diverse as the collections they show.
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    Lily Donaldson Is Milan’s Top ModelMilan’s runways were dominated by established models, leaving the newcomers to scramble for spots.
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    Monika Jagaciak Is Thursday’s Top ModelAt the age of 15, she did the honors of opening and closing the biggest show of the day, Calvin Klein.
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    Sigrid Agren Is Tuesday’s Top ModelNearly all of Tuesday’s major designers gave the new guard of girls a chance to shine.
  9. early and often
    Bush Twins: Obama Girls Are Cuter Than We AreTo be fair, they haven’t reached the Awkward Years yet.
  10. let's get civical
    Mayor Tries New Tack for Selling Hybrid-Cab BillOne magical word: ‘Obama.’
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    Amanda Laine Ruled Paris Fashion WeekAt Paris’ end, designers were divided between punctuating their shows with brand-new faces versus brand-name stars. Raquel Zimmermann, who began walking major shows in 1999, continues to be a Lagerfeld favorite and closed Chanel. Sasha Pivovarova, forever Prada’s darling, closed Miu Miu. Olga Sherer and Anabela Belikova looked formidably untouchable opening and closing Lanvin. But Paris’s spotlight has been fixed squarely on Amanda Laine. Opening Alexander McQueen and Miu Miu, plus closing Louis Vuitton, the young Canadian has made a huge splash in her first season. Paris was hers, and we’re giving her the week’s win.
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    Karlie Kloss Is Fashion Week’s Top ModelAll Fashion Week we’ve pitted the bright-eyed rookies against the familiar runway beauties to determine the Model of the Week. Once again, our complex algorithm took into account the number of each model’s openings and closings at big shows as well as a general buzz factor in the tents.
  13. photo op
    Where Lou Reed Peed: Remembering the CBGB Toilet At the end of today’s Times feature on the “punk house” — those big, cavernous sticker-encrusted warehouses, in which punks from Brooklyn to Nebraska hold shows and bake and digest soy casseroles — is a small but touching paean to an underappreciated facet of now-defunct club CBGB: The toilet. “The be-stickered, be-fliered and graffiti-emblazoned black hole” was a modern icon, the Times says, and none other than Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore agreed. “That’s the one thing that sears itself into your memory,” he told the paper. “It’s that toilet.” Shudder. Something tells us the contractors working on the John Varvatos store would agree. Anarchy Rules, the Dishes Stay Dirty [NYT]
  14. the sports section
    Scott Boras Out, Cynthia Rodriguez In?As we all know, living in the world, hubris never bites people in the ass the way we want it to. Karl Rove left the White House before anything brought him down, people still read Perez Hilton, and Donald Trump still retains the power of speech. But could it possibly be that Scott Boras, the man who thought he was bigger than the World Series, is finally getting thrown from his high horse? Since it was announced last night that A-Rod went back to the negotiating table with the Yankees — alone — everyone’s been speculating on what this means for Boras. L.A. Times columnist Bill Shalkin even calls today “Schadenfreude Day” (which is funny, because we thought every day was Schadenfreude Day).
  15. overnights
    ‘Kid Nation’: Bonanza’s Paris and Nicole Make Their Presences KnownOn this week’s practically Taylor-free episode, pretty much everything that happened fell into one of three categories: Who the Hell Are You?, Gross!, and Awesome!
  16. Amuse Bouche: What’s A CSA?