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  Louisiana Tech runs over UTSA with late
Louisiana Tech runs over UTSA with late surgemySanAntonio.comTexas Lutheran 82, Dallas 65: In Irving, Antonian product Sterling Holmes scored 21 points, and O'Connor graduate Jordan Kouremitis added 14 as the top-seeded Bulldogs (17-9) romped to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship, where ...and more »
Posted on 28 February 2015 | 6:45 pm
  Girls Swimming Meet of Champions: Results
Girls Swimming Meet of Champions: Results from Saturday's preliminary eventsNJ.com6-Erin Kiely, Mountain Lakes (5:02.46). 7-Julia Bland, Montgomery (5:04.21). 8-Amanda Lauer, Immaculate Heart (5:05.32). ... 15-Mackeznie O'Connor, Bishop Eustace (58.77). 16-Kayleigh Hoagland, Colts Neck (59.05). 100-YARD BREASTSTOKE A FINAL ...
Posted on 28 February 2015 | 4:06 pm
  From Marc to Giles, Supermodel Erin O'Connor
From Marc to Giles, Supermodel Erin O'Connor Is Enjoying Her Runway ReturnFashionista (blog)In a fickle industry where models can now become 'It' girls merely six months after they are discovered, Erin O'Connor continues to stand the test of time, 18 years after she made her runway debut. Known for her striking androgynous look and short hair ...
Posted on 27 February 2015 | 8:58 am
  The dark side of fashion: on the lives of
New StatesmanThe dark side of fashion: on the lives of Alexander McQueen and John GallianoNew StatesmanErin O'Connor models a McQueen design with red and black ostritch feathers for his Voss S/S 2011 collection. Photo: Reuters. What is high fashion for? And who is high fashion for? At the end of Dana Thomas's joint biography of Lee Alexander McQueen and ...
Posted on 26 February 2015 | 7:51 am
  Just Folks - Neighborhoods & Metro South
Just Folks - Neighborhoods & Metro South Plus: Area students earn degrees ...MassLive.comStudents named to the fall dean's and president's lists for academic achievement at Bentley University in Waltham included: Max Haberman, a senior from Longmeadow; Joshua Londergan, a junior from Longmeadow; Erin O'Connor, a junior from ...and more »
Posted on 25 February 2015 | 9:34 am
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  Brit Awards after parties were the place to
Winners and guests from last night’s ceremony carried on the party afterwards at glamorous events across London.
Posted on 26 February 2015 | 8:30 am
  Runway return: model Andreja Pejic takes to
After taking some time out from modelling, Andreja Pejic made her runway debut at London Fashion Week on Monday following gender reassignment surgery last year.
Posted on 25 February 2015 | 3:38 am
  WOMEN’S HOCKEY | Red Earns Both Wins on
By DANIELLE LETOURNEAU Cornell (16-10-3,14-6-2 ECAC) women’s hockey finished its regular season on a strong note with dominant wins against RPI (6-23-4, 4-16-1 ECAC) and Union (4-22-8, 1-16-5 ECAC) this weekend. In its last matchup against the Engineers, Cornell cruised to a 7-1 win over RPI. However, on Friday night, […]
Posted on 23 February 2015 | 7:54 pm
  Giles' gothic glamour
Giles Deacon went for gothic horror for Autumn/Winter 15 at London Fashion Week yesterday.
Posted on 23 February 2015 | 5:00 pm
  London Fashion Week Goes Wild For Kendall
It seems nobody is immune to the magic of Miss Jenner…
Posted on 22 February 2015 | 12:51 pm
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  Transgender Model Andreja Pejic Returns to
Joining Pejic on the runway were fellow catwalkers Kendall Jenner (who’s walked in just about every show this season), Erin O’Connor and Jessica Stam. And they all happily snapped selfies together backstage. Before her surgery, Pejic said she always ...
Posted on 26 February 2015 | 4:28 pm
  Women's Ice Hockey Coach of the Year, All
Jenner's Big Red teammate Erin O'Connor (Evanston, Ill.) was named Ivy League Rookie of the Year, while Princeton coach Jeff Kampersal was named the League's inaugural Coach of the Year in voting by the League's coaches. Jenner became the 12th player in ...
Posted on 26 February 2015 | 8:46 am
  Rankin Photographs Erin O’Connor for the
Erin O’Conner is back. The British model made two appearances today––on the Marc Jacobs runway with a black dress and plum-colored lip and on the special-edition cover of Hunger photographed by Rankin. The Hunger cover is her first photo shoot ...
Posted on 19 February 2015 | 4:00 pm
  Model Erin O’Connor on Her Return to the
If the Marc Jacobs show each season is as much sublime spectacle as runway presentation, it also holds true that the casting has an equally theatrical bent, with a lineup of models carefully chosen to give life to the designer’s famously exacting vision.
Posted on 19 February 2015 | 1:58 pm
  Erin O'Connor - 2014-15 Women's Ice Hockey
O'Connor was a three-year captain for the Chicago Young Americans AAA team. She helped the squad finish third in nationals in 2011, then was a three-time Blackhawk Alumni All-Star Team participant, an Illinois girls hockey all-state selection, and High ...
Posted on 22 January 2015 | 4:13 am
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Posted on 28 February 2015 | 7:17 pm
  LoveMyDressBlog: Say cheeeeeese!
LoveMyDressBlog: Say cheeeeeese! @naomikent#^^ busy working shooting all the beautiful people, including Erin O'C#^^nor,… https://t.co/Maj5DRcePJ
Posted on 28 February 2015 | 7:17 pm
  ZhangKimberly: RT @Fashionista_com: 20 years
ZhangKimberly: RT @Fashi#@^ista_com: 20 years into her career, supermodel Erin O'C#@^nor is still killing it: http://t.co/tlFDXYXzyt http://t.co/owqW7WsPz5
Posted on 28 February 2015 | 7:17 pm
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Posted on 28 February 2015 | 7:17 pm
  OnnikahLare: RT @Fashionista_com: 20 years
@%nikahLare: RT @Fashi@%ista_com: 20 years into her career, supermodel Erin O'C@%nor is still killing it: http://t.co/tlFDXYXzyt http://t.co/owqW7WsPz5
Posted on 28 February 2015 | 7:17 pm
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  Resolved Question: I'm 23. I have no boobs
My boyfriend just split up with me recently and he didn't mind it when we were together. I feel like I can't start dating cos I'm too insecure about this. If you wanna compare me with a celeb just search for Erin O Connor. Pretty much a flat iron board, that's me. Also I'm a filipino, UK size 10 in clothes and 5"6 in height. Is there anyway I can have boobs or is it too late? I do have my monthly cycle as well so I don't think its hormone imbalance. I was so confident when I was with him but now I just think of my iron board chest and no ones gonna like me. Everyone these days are gorgeous and even younger people have actually got boobs than me and they can show it off. Help please. Thanks
Posted on 28 February 2014 | 2:11 am
  Resolved Question: Writers: Writing advice
What's the best piece of writing/publishing advice you've read from a published author? What's your favorite in this article? Are there any that you disagree with? Any that resonate with you? Have you read any of these authors books? My favorite from this bunch is Therese Fowler's. ***** “Aspiring writers don’t aspire — they write.” –J.C. Hutchins, 7th Son: Descent “Done is better than fun.” –Erin Blakemore, The Heroine’s Bookshelf “My favorite advice comes from Margaret Mitchell, who encouraged all writers to ‘put your work up for two months and then when you take it out again the errors will fairly leap out at you till you wonder why you ever thought it was good.’” – Ellen F. Brown, Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind: A Bestseller’s Odyssey. “Tell a good story, and tell it well.” –Therese Fowler, Exposure “Hold all writing advice lightly; every writer has to chart her own course by her own star.” –Kyran Pittman, Planting Dandelions “Journal when you can: memories, snippets of dialogue you’ve overheard, cool character or street names. Someday you will be happy to have these details in your pocket.” –Siobhan Fallon, You Know When the Men Are Gone “Write every day. Find a time that works for you, and stick to it. Defend its sanctity with your life. There will be good days and there will be bad days, but if you show up every day and put in the time then sooner or later you’ll end up with a story.” –Alex George, A Good American “Set up two monitors on your computer–write on one screen, display your notes/outlines/inspiration images on the other. You’ll be surprised what a difference that can make.” –Holly Tucker, Blood Work “No matter where you are in your career, no one else will ever have as much passion and enthusiasm for your writing as you do–you are your own best advocate.” –Erin Dionne, The Total Tragedy of a Girl Named Hamlet “Read, read, read!” –Kelly O’Connor McNees, The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott “Because there will always be times you get stymied by plunges in confidence, blank screens and the refrigerator, always surround yourself with three books that are either about writing and how to do it or that are written in a style you appreciate and want to emulate.” –Rachel Machacek, The Science of Single “Above all, a well-imagined story is organized around extraordinary human behaviors and unexpected and startling events, which help illuminate the commonplace and the ordinary.” (Channeling Tim O’Brien, in “Telling Tails” in The Atlantic) –Meg Waite Clayton, The Four Ms. Bradwells “Don’t fret about getting all the details into first draft; a manuscript is like a cake, let it bake and cool, then go back and decorate!” –Beth Hoffman, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt “It takes a while for the kitchen faucet in my third-floor apartment to actually produce hot water, and I’ve found that to be a great metaphor about the need to write every day—the water won’t heat up unless you let it run a while.” –Wendy McClure, The Wilder Life “Let your characters talk to you. If you are stuck, ask him or her, ‘So what is it that you’re really upset about?’ And then let him or her speak.” –Caroline Leavitt, Pictures of You “Write the novel that’s bursting to come out of you, in a voice that is gloriously yours. And believe in that voice.” –Melissa Senate, The Love Goddess’ Cooking School “Writers write.” –Molly Harper, How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf “Keep one last sentence in your head at the end of the day so that you know the first thing you will write tomorrow.” –Deborah Harkness, A Discovery of Witches “Treat writing like exercise – you need to do it religiously to get results!” –Sarah Pekkanen, Skipping a Beat ***** Source: thedebutanteball.com/?p=15719
Posted on 9 July 2011 | 1:19 pm
  Resolved Question: Writing Advice from
What's the best piece of writing/publishing advice you've gotten from a published author? What's your favorite in this article? Are there any that you disagree with? Any that resonate with you? Have you read any of these authors books? My favorite from this bunch is Therese Fowler's. ***** “Aspiring writers don’t aspire — they write.” –J.C. Hutchins, 7th Son: Descent “Done is better than fun.” –Erin Blakemore, The Heroine’s Bookshelf “My favorite advice comes from Margaret Mitchell, who encouraged all writers to ‘put your work up for two months and then when you take it out again the errors will fairly leap out at you till you wonder why you ever thought it was good.’” – Ellen F. Brown, Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind: A Bestseller’s Odyssey. “Tell a good story, and tell it well.” –Therese Fowler, Exposure “Hold all writing advice lightly; every writer has to chart her own course by her own star.” –Kyran Pittman, Planting Dandelions “Journal when you can: memories, snippets of dialogue you’ve overheard, cool character or street names. Someday you will be happy to have these details in your pocket.” –Siobhan Fallon, You Know When the Men Are Gone “Write every day. Find a time that works for you, and stick to it. Defend its sanctity with your life. There will be good days and there will be bad days, but if you show up every day and put in the time then sooner or later you’ll end up with a story.” –Alex George, A Good American “Set up two monitors on your computer–write on one screen, display your notes/outlines/inspiration images on the other. You’ll be surprised what a difference that can make.” –Holly Tucker, Blood Work “No matter where you are in your career, no one else will ever have as much passion and enthusiasm for your writing as you do–you are your own best advocate.” –Erin Dionne, The Total Tragedy of a Girl Named Hamlet “Read, read, read!” –Kelly O’Connor McNees, The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott “Because there will always be times you get stymied by plunges in confidence, blank screens and the refrigerator, always surround yourself with three books that are either about writing and how to do it or that are written in a style you appreciate and want to emulate.” –Rachel Machacek, The Science of Single “Above all, a well-imagined story is organized around extraordinary human behaviors and unexpected and startling events, which help illuminate the commonplace and the ordinary.” (Channeling Tim O’Brien, in “Telling Tails” in The Atlantic) –Meg Waite Clayton, The Four Ms. Bradwells “Don’t fret about getting all the details into first draft; a manuscript is like a cake, let it bake and cool, then go back and decorate!” –Beth Hoffman, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt “It takes a while for the kitchen faucet in my third-floor apartment to actually produce hot water, and I’ve found that to be a great metaphor about the need to write every day—the water won’t heat up unless you let it run a while.” –Wendy McClure, The Wilder Life “Let your characters talk to you. If you are stuck, ask him or her, ‘So what is it that you’re really upset about?’ And then let him or her speak.” –Caroline Leavitt, Pictures of You “Write the novel that’s bursting to come out of you, in a voice that is gloriously yours. And believe in that voice.” –Melissa Senate, The Love Goddess’ Cooking School “Writers write.” –Molly Harper, How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf “Keep one last sentence in your head at the end of the day so that you know the first thing you will write tomorrow.” –Deborah Harkness, A Discovery of Witches “Treat writing like exercise – you need to do it religiously to get results!” –Sarah Pekkanen, Skipping a Beat ***** Source: thedebutanteball.com/?p=15719
Posted on 16 May 2011 | 3:50 pm
  Resolved Question: What length hair suits
im talking like 6 foot models
Posted on 1 March 2011 | 12:56 pm
  Resolved Question: I have a big nose...?
I am having a bit of insecurity. I have a big nose. Its pointy and wide. I hate it. Last year, people would make fun of me for it. I wanted to just sit in my room forever. This year, people call me pretty all the time (I have pretty big blue eyes), but I just can't get over the fact that my nose is big. It doesn't really fill out my face that much. People say, if no one cares, why should you? I care because I'm thinking, I care what everyone thinks. And that "Everyone" includes me. I'm way too insecure with it. I need help! Should I get plastic surgery when i'm older? its a thought.. I know someone asked, no picturee.. I have one on my "pulse profile" just look? Tell me if my nose is big or not PLEASE!
Posted on 9 February 2011 | 7:38 pm
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