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Fashion Victim Launches Fashion Blog

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Perez Hilton, for better or worse the most successful blogger to come out of the Magic City, has launched a nicer, friendlier blog in the form of a fashion website. It's dubbed CocoPerez, in what I assume is the least creative tribute to Coco Chanel ever. 


Maybe he was inspired by the ol' Chanel quote, "Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity." And because Perez's flagship site is quite vulgar, this must be his attempt at the opposite. 

We're not sure why ladies would take fashion advice from someone who dresses like he does, but best of luck to him. 

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