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Welcome to Part Two of of my collection of looks from this season's New York Fashion Week. Fantastic street style seemed to be everywhere I turned, and I made sure to capture as much as I could. One of my favorite looks of the week (or ever) has to be this outfit on Vogue Japan's Anna Dello Russo, who never fails to bring the fashion crazy. I love it! With a bright fuschia coat and out-of-this world hat, she stood out in a sea of fashionable, yet safe, ensembles.

Fake game shows were the name of the, yes, game, on this week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race. For the mini challenge, Ru invented a four-round test of endurance called—wait for it—Beat the Cock. I will render its brilliance in detail for you here so that you may recreate it at home, because you are definitely, definitely going to want to play. The first round was essentially Pin the Tail on the Donkey, only the tail was a paper chicken and the donkey was a giant photo of Ru’s face.

We all hopefully know men who don't think they have the right to make decisions for us (reproductive or otherwise). Some of us even know men brave enough to call themselves feminists. But these men aren't the ones in the news. Women are speaking out against the injustices of having male politicians decide what's right for their bodies; but we're not beyond calling for the help of men who also believe that we have the right to make our own decisions. That's why Chloe Angyal of Feministing started the Tumblr Men Who Trust Women. For too long, it's been women vs.

2012 marks the 70th anniversary of the "We Can Do It" poster and of the push to enlist women into the workforce due to the lack of laborers caused by World War II. The "Rosie the Riveter" look has been tried on by countless women since artist J. Howard Miller based his vision of the 1940s war woman on Michigan factory worker Geraldine Hoff. The iconic image is definitely striking, but what is more remarkable to consider are the experiences of a real-life Rosie, six million of whom entered the workforce in the 1940s.

In case y’all Liz Lemon-lovers haven’t been keepin’ up with your Twitter feed, we should explain that 30 Rock has been receiving a helluva lot of flack this season. The critics say that Liz is more frazzled and mean; has become infantile and has an unhealthy father-daughter relationship with Jack; is turning into Homer Simpson; is too much of a bitch to her writers; is an idiot; is just not quirky enough. Perhaps you agree with these gripes, but when I came across the vitriol, I was pretty surprised.

  You’ve undoubtedly heard that women are born with all the eggs they’ll ever produce—once they’re gone, you’re SOL if you want to have kids. (Unlike men, who can theoretically reproduce until, and possibly after, their last breath.) Well, you and I were misinformed. Back in 2004, scientists found egg-producing stem cells in the ovaries of adult mice. But new research from Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital has shown that human ladies are capable of generating similar stem cells.

Crafters and foodies, have you applied for the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Spring 2012 yet? Don't miss your chance to participate in our one-day spring shopping event on Saturday, April 14th! Vendor applications close next Monday, March 5th. The BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Spring 2012 will feature: 100+ craft and food vendors -- any and all handmade crafts and specialty foods are welcome. A beautiful event space at 82 Mercer Street in the heart of SoHo. 300 goodie bags for early bird shoppers.

Everyone is talking about last night's Academy Awards style today, and for good reason (Gwyneth Paltrow's cape! Rooney Mara's bangs! Angelina Jolie's leg! Meryl Streep's gold dress/Oscar-winning connection!). I always like to imagine what I'd wear if I could be on the red carpet at a major awards ceremony, and I think I may have found my dream dress on the Jeremy Scott Fall 2012 runway. If you haven't seen The Unicorn Dress That Launched A Thousand Squeals yet, behold: It's everything I love in one outfit: flowy sheer black fabric and a giant freaking unicorn.

After last week's frustrating news about jewelry company Tatty Devine, we're happy to report something a little cheerier: their book, How to Make Jewellery with Tatty Devine, will be published by Penguin in the U.S. in 2013! Tatty Devine (founded by Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine) has become famous in England for their witty, offbeat designs, often made out of Perspex (a type of lightweight, durable acrylic). The brand's arty wares can be found in shops worldwide,  and their popular custom-made name necklaces have been spotted on Jessie J and Claudia Schiffer, among others.

I showed you some of the stylish blogger ladies of fashion week, but now take a gander at part 1 of Lincoln Center's fashion show attendees making their way to and from shows oh-so-stylishly. The weather ranged from breezy one day to snowy the next, so I commend all sartorial efforts in the face of the New York Fashion Week chill. Here are some of my favorite looks from the first couple of days of street-style documenting. For more of my Fashion Week favorites, head over to TheRebelWaltz.com.
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