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Blog buzz: Fashion perverts and diluted horror flick posters

Raunchy round-up

A few weeks back, we got shocking wind of Terry Richardson's questionable sexual behaviour with young, impressionable models. (Um, is this really surprising from the man who released a raunchy book of pornography called Richardson a few years back?) But the fashion world has always championed perversion, and it's with that in mind that Fashion Indie compiled a post of their top ten fashion perverts. Among those joining Uncle Terry leading were American Apparel honcho and T&A peddler Dov Charney, shoe-porn champion Jane Aldridge and Richardson's Purple magazine collaborator Olivier Zahm. Sometimes, it doesn't hurt to leave your mind in the gutter.

King, minus the gore

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Graphic design whiz Nick Tassone slicks-up Stephen King's creepy film with a series of screen prints inspired by the scaremaster's classic flicks. Diluted down to one graphic element of each plot, the posters offer a service for those who can't make it through a horror film without burying their heads deep into their sweaters, crying. Buy yourself some peace through

Society garnish

"First of all, if you lived in New York at that time, there was no way you could not meet Andy Warhol. He was everywhere; he was like parsley."

Diane von Furstenberg - dress-maker, CFDA president and bona fide blue blood - speaks to her old friend's omnipresence in 1970s New York.

Oh, privileged designers: You just say the darndest things!

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