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Facebook Weekly Highlights Brings You Post-Typhoon Hoops In The Philippines, Cricket Legend's Farewell - Posted November 22, 2013
Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos posted... [AllFacebook]

3D Printed Accessories on 'Project Runway' Finale - Posted October 14, 2013
(NCAlumniblog) Justin Leblanc, an assistant professor in North Carolina's College of Design has won a place on the finale of Project Runway for his innovative 3D printed accessory collection of belts and necklaces in the shape of concentric circles resembling sound waves. LeBlanc is deaf and did not receive a cochlear implan... [Inside 3D Printing News]

Facebook Weekly Highlights Brings You 'Sex And The City' Reunion, Emmy Awards - Posted September 26, 2013
Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos po... [AllFacebook]

Quote of Note | Bradon McDonald - Posted September 5, 2013
"You have to have nerves of steel in both industries [dance and fashion]. The drive, the focus as a dancer, the fact that your foot is split halfway open and bleeding halfway through a dance that's two hours long makes no difference—you have to perform. Curtain up. And that is the... [UnBeige]

Quote of Note | Bradon McDonald - Posted September 5, 2013
"You have to have nerves of steel in both industries [dance and fashion]. The drive, the focus as a dancer, the fact that your foot is split halfway open and bleeding halfway through a dance that's two hours long makes no difference—you have to perform. Curtain up. And that is the... [AgencySpy]

Elle’s Joe Zee Reveals Exactly What a Magazine Creative Director Does - Posted October 16, 2012
As creative director for Elle, Joe Zee describes his as an "interesting, sort of nebulous title." "I work with all the visuals from cover to cover, so when you read the magazine, whether it's the model, the celebrity, the styling, the fashion, the photograph... [FishbowlLA]

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