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NYFW by the Numbers: What Really Goes Into a Fashion Show?

February 7, 2018

How do you quantify the work that goes into a NYFW show? Putting on a reputable event can cost anywhere from $ 200,000 to seven digits—in 2011, Marc Jacobs set a new record, spending at least a million (or $ 1,750 per second), according to The New York Times. But what does that mean in terms of […]

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How Emma Watson's Iconic Beauty and the Beast Dress Was Made–by the Numbers

March 16, 2017

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Say hello to one of the most iconic dresses in fairy tale history: Belle’s yellow gown.  Sure, you see the golden silhouette come to life every Halloween on small girls with fantasy dreams, but you‘ve never seen it like this before. On March 17th, Disney releases the live-action film Beauty and the Beast, […]

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See The Wiz's Show-Stopping Musical Numbers, Including Shanice Williams' “Home”

December 4, 2015

NBC Shanice Williams, take your victory lap. The Wiz Live! star became just that—a star—last night. The 18-year-old newcomer from New Jersey helped make NBC’s latest live musical a hit, easily tackling the classics from the show, including “Home” and “Ease on Down the Road.” Executive producer Neil Meron said it best. “Definitely a star […]

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‘Baby doll’ singer Kanika Kapoor says she will now sing more of classical Indian numbers

February 24, 2015

Noida: After getting recognised for her hit peppy numbers like ‘Baby doll’, ‘Lovely’ and ‘Chittiyaan kalaiyaan’, singer Kanika Kapoor says she will now sing more of classical Indian numbers this year to popularise the genre in the Hindi film industry. “I will bring the classical music back very soon…This year people will listen more of […]

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2015 Oscars Red Carpet by the Numbers: $7.5 Million in Diamonds, 6,000 Pearls, 9 Versace Dresses & More!

February 23, 2015

Calvin Klein/Instagram The curtains have closed on the 2015 Oscars, but we’re still all agog about those red carpet gowns! And even more than just dresses, we’re interested in numbers—which is why we counted the most worn designers, common color for suits and carried-on-the-carpet clutches. With a little bit of research (and a lot of […]

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