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Nathan Jenden

  1. beauty marks
    See the Top Beauty Trends From the London, Milan, and Paris RunwaysBold brows, slick hair, red lips, and more.
  2. loose threads
    Nathan Jenden to Leave DVF; Karlie Kloss Lands Oscar de la Renta CampaignAlso, Chanel Iman is learning how to D.J.
  3. model tracker
    Dree Hemingway Is London’s Top ModelLondon’s runways were as exciting and diverse as the collections they show.
  4. london rundown
    London and Milan Makeup Artists Can Color inside the LinesWhile colorful makeup electrified the New York runways, beauty was decidedly darker across the pond.
  5. model tracker
    Jourdan Dunn Is London Fashion Week’s Top ModelLondon’s runways featured a mix of iconic faces and fresh beauties.
  6. fashion television
    Video: A Sneak Peek at DVF Fall 2009Can’t wait for DVF’s show? Watch this behind-the-scenes video of her team preparing the collection.
  7. video look book
    The Choreographer With the Fabulous Vintage Cosby SweaterCheck him out in our newest Video Look Book.
  8. london calling
    31 Crazy Looks From London!London’s looks are notoriously off-the-wall. But that’s what we love about those wacky Brits.
  9. neighborhood watch
    Malcolm Gladwell: Big Hair, Big Feet, Big Heart?Upper East Side: Malcolm Gladwell revealed his big feet, gesticulated intensely, said people shouldn’t be allowed to say where they went to college, and stole bloggery hearts at the 92nd St. Y the other night. [UES Informer] Bushwick: Now the hipsters are staging Punk Rock Pillow Fights. Will their crazy, ironic, lo-fi fun ever stop? [Brooklyn Rink via the vaguely anti-Semitic BushwickBK] East Harlem: A principal at a high school here sent teachers a memo telling them to dumb down their standards for the kids. Uh-huh. [NYDN] Harlem: Amid its massive, seventeen-acre expansion in the hood’s west side, Columbia says it won’t tear down the Cotton Club on 125th after all. That’s Christian of them. [NYP]
  10. apropos of nothing
    Universal Music Slashes Staff, Doug Morris Still EmployedMusic industry analyst Perez Hilton is reporting that Universal Music Group record labels Interscope and Geffen merged their staffs, eliminating the jobs of about 60 people.
  11. last night's gig
    Crowd Revolts at Hall & Oates Holiday ShowHalf of the balcony literally booed when Daryl Hall asked if we were feeling the holiday spirit.