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Link Love: New Model Snack du Jour, Wang’s “Accidentally Sexy” Style, Kim’s a Nasty Gal and more…

Jennine of The Coveted wonders about Xanax intake backstage at the Academy of Art show, held on Saturday as part of New York Fashion Week.

Speaking of the show, Fashion School Daily was also backstage and has the pics to prove it. Who knew Muscle Milk was the new model snack du jour?

The San Francisco Chronicle predicts that this year’s Macy’s Passport will still manage to pull off a stylish evening of fashion for a good cause, despite its pared-down schedule.

Refinery 29 is agog over Alexander Wang’s “accidentally sexy” fashion week showing, declaring it awash in the kind of clothing high school cheerleaders and jocks should be wearing, but, sadly, aren’t.

Erin Fetherston doesn’t have a problem sending models down the runway in the sheerest of sheer tops, but don’t expect to find her girls getting cheeky. Bare butt cheeks will not be seen on the East Bay native's runway, The Cut reveals.  

Move over lady lumps. Fashion Indie delves into the beauty of mere bumps in its round-up of the top 10 flat-chested celebrities.

SFLuxe gives us the lowdown on the ladies and labels that made sweet music at last week’s opening nights of the San Francisco Symphony and the San Francisco Opera.

We love knowing more about the brains behind the boutiques we frequent, so we were eager to peruse a recent interview with the owner of San Francisco’s Seams Boutique on SF Recess.

Kim Kardashian steps out in a 80’s-inspired get-up from East Bay retailer Nasty Gal.

People TV Watch has the scoop on the behind-the-scenes brouhaha that ensued when Project Runway contestant Ra’mon-Lawrence Coleman dared to use a toilet to dye his winning design. Seems some witnessing the scene were none too thrilled with the unsanitary design tactic, and we’re not in the least surprised that it took the level-headed Tim Gunn to save the day. After schooling Coleman on hygiene, Gunn managed to persuade a reluctant model to don the dress on the runway.