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It has always been my quaint, pastoral fantasy to spend summers in a historic Southern farmhouse, keeping cool while swinging on a wide wraparound porch's swing with some sweet tea in hand. I'd picnic in the tall green grass, scheming up ways to fill the formal rooms with gilded granny antiques, sleek mid-century furniture, and exotic modern art.Cut to my Brooklyn summer, where there's no swing, no porch, and no relief from the oppressive heat. We've published some of the…
Think of Swiss braids and what comes to mind—Heidi? The Von Trapps? The St. Pauli girl? (For the record, she now sports a bombshell blowout.) Well, at Zurich fashion week yesterday, the designers of Opening Night broke from tradition and sent the models down the runway with a modern take on the classic plaits, decorated with some yarn. Here's how to copy the hairstyle at home. | allure.com