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When 1930s glamour meets 1970s disco chic

The best of 1930s glamour - body-conscious, A-line sheaths and collarless jackets - are joining the coolest of 1970s disco chic (think belted trenches and printed tunics) to create a millennial style that's as dressy as it is sporty.

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Mix it up this fall

Just when you thought the summer would never end, the leaves start to turn, the temperature drops slowly and it’s time to change out your wardrobe.

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New York Fashion Week is changing

NEW YORK - A couple of seasons ago, regulars at New York Fashion Week would have rolled their eyes if someone had asked if designers would be showing their fall and winter collections at the September shows. Of course not, a stylish insider might have scoffed. Designers present spring and summer clothes in September and looks for next fall and winter in February.

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Would you spend $800 for a haircut? Some men in New York do

When Parisians learned this month that President François Hollande paid his hairdresser more than $10,000 a month to cut his hair, a howl was heard from Montmartre to the Marais. Not since President Bill Clinton shut down two runways in 1993 for a $200 trim aboard Air Force One have the tresses of a head of state been so widely discussed. But as men’s upkeep has gone the way of female grooming – Botox, facials and waxing – so, too, has the high price of a haircut.

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5 hot shoe trends for summer

Step 1: Treat yourself to a pedicure. (On the bright side, neons are trending big for summer 2016. On the more subdued end of the scale are pretty nude polishes that make for a perfect pedicure.)

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7 life-changing beauty products

We all know money can’t buy happiness, but who can deny the thrill that a shiny new beauty product brings, even more so when it happens to deliver on what it promises? Ahead, you’ll find seven beauty products that deliver and then some.

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The classic Hawaiian shirt returns

In the years leading up to 1959, when Hawaii became the 50th state and pineapples seemed exotic, U.S. tourists returned to the mainland wearing newly purchased Hawaiian shirts with pride.

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Pottery Barn offers sneak peek at lofty new store

Pottery Barn's Lesley Kempin and Paul D'Antonio discuss the new store that will open at Bradley Fair on Oct. 28. (Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle)
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Pottery Barn offers sneak peek at lofty new store

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VarsityKansas Big Show with Goddard's Scott Vang

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Smoothies in schools

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Piper Lou-Renee live from the Eagle

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