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  • My UV Event: WWII Memorial Day Parade

    my uv eventWe asked you to submit your UV event and we just adored hearing about Julia's special Memorial Day parade! See what the positively patriotic pin up had to say about bringing a little UV flair to her Memorial Day parade.

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  • Patriotic Pretty

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    The weather is getting warmer, the apple pie is baking, and the fireworks are raring to get lit. It can only mean one thing:  the 4th of July is near! If you're feeling festive and want to jazz up your summer wardrobe with some patriotic flair, we have a seasonally divine collection of red, white, and blue that's sure to set the holiday tone.

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  • Find the Perfect Swimsuit for Your Body Shape

    We've all been there, you're searching for the perfect swimsuit but nothing seems to be working. That two piece looked oh-so-stunning on the hanger but left you feeling a little ho-hum. Feeling confident and looking gorgeous in a swimsuit begins with finding a great fit. Its all about accentuating your best assets and downplaying your least favorite. Below are just a few quick tips for suiting up with confidence.

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  • Fab or Drab Fridays: June 6

    That's right, darlings! We are back and more fabulously opinionated than ever! Put those finishing touches on your foundation and tighten your girdle - let's peek in on some starlets, shall we?

    This week, we're taking a little trip to the CFDA Awards in NYC! If the theme was "drama," then these ladies nailed it. Well, most of them. It's two rights and a wrong!

    Chanel Iman in Monique Lhuillier

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  • 5 Ways To Make Your Wedding Fabulously 1950s

    uv darling weddingLooking for ways to give your wedding a 1950s touch? We have some fashionable suggestions to inspire your retro "I do."

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  • UV Style Icons: Lena Horne

    Actress, singer, civil rights activist, and glamorous style icon Lena Horne began her singing career at the early age of 16. She began performing at the famous Cotton Club in Harlem. After a long run singing at the Savoy-Plaza Hotel night club, in 1943, she signed a contract with MGM and became the highest paid African-American performer of her time.

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    Lena performed in several hit films like Stormy Weather and Cabin in the Sky, but because she refused to play roles in which African-Americans were stereotyped, her film career stagnated. She became active in the civil rights movement and performed at rallies around the US on behalf of NAACP and participated in the 1963 march on Washington. Lena continued to perform and record music until her death in 2010.

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