• 15 May 2014 at 10:23 AM
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Welcome to the New Fashionista

As you might have noticed, we’ve had a little work done.

Well, more than a little work. In fact, our whole site is different: we’ve got a new site format, a new logo, a new spot color (bye bye, baby pink!), bigger images and a whole new set of site fonts.

Fashionista has evolved a great deal since its founding six years ago, and developing a design that would reflect those changes — and the changes in online media consumption that have occurred in that timeframe — was a fun and challenging project.

We think of ourselves as an industry publication with consumer appeal — a site that is a must-read for the industry, but also speaks to the people who want to work in the industry or are highly interested in it. Thus, we wanted the site and logo to convey “fashion,” “news” (hence the bold upper case font), “industry” and “webby” (thus the use of blue as our spot color, instead of fashion magazines’ typical pink or red). We also like to think of ourselves as personable, that we don’t take ourselves (or the industry we cover) too seriously. That, we hope, comes out in the headlines and the writing itself.

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  • 29 Jan 2014 at 4:00 PM
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What Is ATL Redline?

Now that we’ve been doing it for a couple of days, we thought we’d tell you what we’re doing.

ATL Redline is a new project for Breaking Media that will represent Above the Law’s presence on Kinja, Gawker Media’s popular publishing platform. Above the Law has established itself as the go-to place for lawyers and law students who want an inside look at the practice of law and the lives of attorneys. With Redline, we’re going to draw on that knowledge to highlight the law behind today’s news for a broader audience. Whether it’s the latest celebrity scandal or the next outrageous campaign speech, there’s usually a law or lawyer somewhere influencing what is happening. Redline will cut out the jargon, so you won’t need a law degree to have an informed opinion and participate in the debate.

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US special operators are notoriously low-profile “silent professionals.” But lately the Internet’s been abuzz over Special Operations Command’s effort to build a high-tech suit of bulletproof armor – TALOS, the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit – that the normally understated chief of SOCOM, Adm. William McRaven, actually compared to the metal-clad superhero Iron Man.

Read more on Breaking Defense.

BNP Paribas knows what we’re talking about.

Read more on Dealbreaker.

Go f@ck yourself and die.

Steven M. Regan, a partner at Reed Smith, telling the folks at SCOTUSblog how he really feels, via Twitter.

(What on earth could have inspired Regan to act this way? Keep reading to find out.)

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The American Petroleum Institute put the below map together, showing the locations of the 21 proposed US LNG export plants, including the 4 that have received DOE approval for exports to non-free trade agreement nations.

Each location on the map includes “a summary of anticipated capital investments, jobs, and export volumes associated with each U.S. site, as well an estimated value of potential exports, based on application documents,” according to API.

Read more on Breaking Energy.

UPDATED: Latest Theory Is The Helo Is From Chinese Museum. No Proof.

A photo of a helicopter that looks quite a bit like an American Apache AH-64 attack helicopter on a truck has surfaced in China. The experts agree on one thing: they aren’t sure what the aircraft is or what it portends.

What do we know? The Chinese have been trying to develop attack helicopters like the Apache for more than a decade. One is a variant based on the Z-9, but it reportedly has limited manueverablity and a pretty light weapons load. The WZ-10 flew at a Chinese air show last year, with its designer claiming it’s already one of the three best attack helicopters in the world.

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Memories... Photo: Getty

Everyone stop. Jessica Alba has switched up her stylists.

Successful styling and denim-designing duo Emily Current and Meritt Elliott have confirmed to us that they are currently Alba’s stylists. And as any It’s a Brad Brad World fan knows, Alba’s styling duties used to go to Brad Goreski. We thought we noticed fewer pops-of-color in her wardrobe…

Seriously though, we’d heard rumors that Alba had decamped to Current and Elliott a few months ago, and were fairly surprised, as Goreski seemed to have upped Alba’s fashion game considerably. Under his care, she went from one of those pretty celebs whose clothes we never really notice to a best dressed list regular whose outfits both on and off the red carpet made us supes jealous. Plus, she did a lot for Goreski by becoming his first big celebrity client after he left Rachel Zoe to start his own business.

Of course, Alba still looks great, if a bit more refined and elegant (hello, strapless Dior!), since hiring Current and Elliott.

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Greg Palm doesn’t have time for them, nor does the NY Fed for employees trying perform the job they were hired for, alleges a lawsuit filed today.

Read more on Dealbreaker.

Ed. note: This post is sponsored by NexFirm.

These days, getting a Biglaw job is the golden ticket you need in order to make law school pay off. Thousands of students are paying grossly inflated tuition rates, and a Biglaw salary is one of the only ways those students can reasonably pay back their massive loans.

The problem, of course, is that Biglaw jobs are generally awful. They’re not giving you that money for free. A starting salary of $160,000 right out of law school sounds like a great deal, until you realize that $160,000 is just the going market rate for your eternal soul.

So let’s talk about why you would leave Biglaw. Don’t worry, I know many of you won’t leave, at least not now. But if you can, here are ten reasons why you should….

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