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Link Love: Linda’s High-Profile Pits, Kinky Paris and Nevernude-ing for Halloween

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Jezebel reports that One HuffPo columnist is raising eyebrows with her recent assertion that only gay men find pin-thin models attractive. True? False? Discuss.

Some girls have all the luck, as evidenced by Linda Evangelista managing against all odds to make sweaty pits look glamorous in a recent spread for W Magazine. Via Refinery 29.

The Cut is concerned that springtime in Paris may turn out to be a very kinky season indeed.

Pixel Vision delivers musings about hot pretty boys who love girls in its recent post about return of dandyism.

Luxist shows us yet another way to green our style gracefully with Matt & Nat handbags made of 100 percent recycled materials.

Helena Rubinstein, the brand founded by the eponymous cosmetics industry pioneer, is rolling out its first new fragrance in over a quarter-century, WWD reports.

Vanity Fair simultaneously glorifies and jabs at the hierarchies of the New York fashion scene by plunking reigning industry notables into pigeonholes inspired by a high school yearbook. Class Clown? That would be Martin Margiela, while Christopher Kane grabbed the Biggest Flirt award.

W Editors Blog goes behind the scenes at New York Vintage, long a favorite among retro-minded celebs, stylists and magazine editors in the Big Apple.

We’re wondering how many Bay Area hopefuls will sign up online to compete in Levi’s upcoming $100,000 scavenger hunt. Via StyleList.

Kim Kardashian trades in the brunette for platinum locks and frosty eyes in a recent Barbie-themed photo shoot, People reports.

And last but not least, while pondering our own as-yet-unresolved Halloween costume plans, we applaud Fashionista’s choice of Nevernude over Betty Draper (we’d rather be Joan, anyway). The high impact, low maintenance combination of a nude body suit and tiny cut-off shorts is nothing short of brilliant.