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Link Love: Bow Heads, the Hated Scrunchie, Posen's Facebook Fashion

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During a perusal of the Diane von Furstenberg cruise 2010 collection on View on Fashion, we asked ourselves, what do we think of this big bow trend? You might not catch one on our heads anytime soon, but DVF is hardly the only one embracing these over-the-top accessories. For a local example, check out the recent profile of Liina Gruener on 7x7.

Link Love: Swine Flu at Vogue, Tingling Thigh Syndrome in SF and Retro Swimwear

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We hear from the HuffPo that swine flu has landed at the Vogue offices. We bet Sally Singer is glad she’s in San Francisco this week.

Link Love: Assless Tights Shocker, Clothing Swaps and Louis Vuitton on Twitter

Sparkly little bits of recent news from the fashion blogosphere....

American Apparel shocks us with a new, assless take on pantyhose. Let’s just say they’re really, uh, cheeky....

Kate Moss is back and better than ever with her new summer collection for Topshop.

Link Love: Anna's Clip Online, Summer D.I.Y. Fashion Ideas and a Fanny-Pack for your Head

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Ev-uh-ry-body, it seems, watched the 60 Minutes episode featuring Anna Wintour. If you weren’t one of the 10.2 million viewers to take in the fashion diva’s interview, take heart. We hear from Folio Mag that CBS has generously uploaded the 12-minute segment for your online viewing pleasure.

Link Love: Fugly Prom Dresses, Coco in Spike & Annie, Vibrating Mascara Wands!

Fresh fashion news and other tidbits to start the week off right:

SF Unzipped wants you to dust off those fugly prom pics and share your style guffaws with the world.

SFLuxe spots Courtney Cox and David Arquette offspring Coco sporting apparel by cute San Francisco children’s label Spike and Annie.

This Just In: High Heel Wearers More Likely to Get Mugged

We’ve come across many a disturbing fashion trend in our day, but this one certainly outranks many of them: high heels and shopping bags may make you more attractive to muggers. Last week, the Los Angeles Police Department reportedly announced that the flagging economy has coincided with an increase in robberies, and women wearing heels have been frequent targets for purse snatchers and petty thieves. And while sprinting in stilettos seems to work just fine on the silver screen, we wouldn’t recommend that kind of action for San Francisco’s hilly streets.

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