The top 20 fashion infographics of August 2014:

01. The ultimate Eyeliner fashion vocabulary
02. Guide to Suit & Shoes colour matching
03. The Ultimate Pattern Fashion Vocabulary Part 1
04. How to wear jeans
05. Laundry Stain Cheat Sheet
06. How to wear a Button Up
07. The Ultimate Pattern Fashion Vocabulary Part 2
08. A Visual Glossary of Wedding Gown Silhouettes
09. Tips for perfect eyebrows
10. A visual glossary of Chain Types
11. Ways to wear your tee
12. How to shape your eyebrows
13. The best way to fold a shirt
14. A visual glossary of Vintage Hats for women
15. 24-piece Year Round Wardrobe
16. Wardrobe Essentials Checklist for Women
17. 5 stripe patterns for dress shirts you should know
18. How to tie the Ediety/Merovingian Tie Knot
19. Find your perfume persona
20. How to artfully stack bangles

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1 Year Anniversary of the album ‘The 1975’!

The 1975 is the self-titled debut album by English indie rock band The 1975. It was released on 2 September 2013 through Dirty Hit and Polydor.

On 8 September 2013, the album debuted at No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart.”



Farewell Forever Halloween (June 4th, 2013)

"Last year, we made a real deal rock and roll record (in my opinion) and that is something I am always going to remember until the day I die. We recorded live and with no editing tricks; we just played music for the love of it and captured it on tape. We were able to work with Brendan Benson who is someone we have looked up to for a very long time. I feel like the world is wide open for what we can do as a band. To me, it feels like FH was some kind of a finish line for where we have been heading for years. Now it’s time to rip it up and break all the rules again. I have no clue where we are headed or what kind of record we will make but it will be something we love and believe in. I am so excited to create something special. The unknown of where we are headed is such an exciting thing. I remember feeling this way when we drove out to El Paso and recorded 27 songs and did whatever the fuck we wanted. Tons of good vibes going around right now. The end of one chapter is the start of the next. #8123." - Pat Kirch