Fashion discussion for the week of August 28th, 2015!
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BHL: Fashion 411 — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Diona Vaughan, Courtney Stewart and Val Kahl discuss fashion for the week of August 28th, 2015. They open up with the ‘Le Chaud’ segment talking about how ther’es more fashion police drama, Nicki Minaj lost an 11k McQueen Dress, and Kim K dethrones Queen Bey on Instagram. They then discuss this week’s “OOTW – Outfit of the Week”: Afropunk Style. Next up is the “Beauty Beat” where they discuss bareMinerals bareSkin Pure Brightening serum foundation. Then they discuss the “Style Scoop” with how the Barbie Closet is coming to life, Winnie Harlow and the Black Face Debate, and #FlexInMyComplexion. Moving forward into “Haute/Haute Mess” where they decide who’s Hot, and who’s not. This week, on the board are Solange Knowles, Kohcoa Kibibijaweta, and Grace Jones. Moving on, to wrap things up with a “Style Watch” on Instagram Fashion guru @XCLUSIVE_SHAN77! All this and more on this week’s Fashion 411!

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Australia is synonymous with crocodiles, and crocodile farms are big business. Increasingly though, Australian farms are being bought up by high end fashion chains such as Louis Vuitton and Hermes who treasure the prized skins. In particular they are used to produce handbags, some of which can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Jon Donnison reports from Queensland.

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