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Cindy Crawford on Her MTV House of Style Days: 'It's Super Nostalgic'

Cindy Crawford on Her MTV House of Style Days: 'It's Super Nostalgic'
Cindy Crawford is bringing us back to the ’90s.

The iconic supermodel threw it back to her early modeling days and delved into her personal archive of old MTV House of Style VHS tapes. The series, which the star hosted from 1989 to 1997, focused on America’s growing fascination with the supermodel craze that Crawford helped pioneer. The model’s been sharing the nostalgia with her fans on Instagram, posting short clips featuring the most memorable moments with the hashtag #MTVMondays.

House Of Style was this democratization of fashion for young people,” she told Women’s Wear Daily. “We covered Todd Oldham
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Rebecca Romijn Turns 40! Celebrate With Her 40 Hottest Looks From Over The Years

Today Rebecca Romijn follows fellow MTV supermodel personality Jenny McCarthy into the “Holy S–t, They’re 40!?” club. The lovely Mrs. Jerry O’Connell has crammed a ton into those four decades, including parts on TV shows like Friends and Ugly Betty, a hosting gig on House Of Style, and the butt kicking role of Mystique in the X-Men franchise! Only she could make blue smokin’ hot! More recently she’s appeared in Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds, and can be see on the Adult Swim live-action police drama parody Ntsf:sd:suv::.

It’s hard to believe that one of the original Victoria’s Secret angel’s is hitting the big 4-o, and she’s had twins! But today she still has the same Sports Illustrated cover-girl body that she’s always had. To prove it we’ve assembled her 40 hottest looks through the years, so check it out in the gallery below!
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MTV bringing back House Of Style, sort of

MTV's House Of Style—the '90s investigative series that blew the doors off how fashion designers are narcissistic and controlling, and fearlessly exposed models as pretty—will be making a comeback on the Internet, home of the beautiful people. The network announced today that an updated version of the show will debut Oct. 9 on the MTV Style website—which is already loaded with the entire Hos archive, in case you want to watch Cindy Crawford talk to a Fresh Prince-era Will Smith about his ugly-ass silk shirts (you do)—and some crossover content is also being planned ...
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'House Of Style' Returning To MTV

'House Of Style' Returning To MTV
Get ready, '90s MTV fans: "House of Style," that legendary cable show that chronicled everything fashion back in the grunge decade, is coming back to the network on October 9th.

But lest you get too excited about marathoning episodes in front of the TV like we used to (fine, we're old, we admit it), this go-around "House of Style" will live mostly online on MTV's Style blog, with tons of social media crossover.

The original "House of Style" premiered in 1989 and rotated through a cast of supermodel hosts, including Cindy Crawford (who hosted for six years), Rebecca Romijn, Shalom Harlow, Daisy Fuentes and Mollie Sims, before shuttering its doors in 2000. The new host of the online show will be revealed live on the red carpet at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on September 6th. Is it bad if we have our fingers crossed for Karlie Kloss?

To celebrate the "Hos" resurrection,
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'House Of Style' Returning To MTV October 9th

'House Of Style' Returning To MTV October 9th
Get ready, '90s MTV fans: "House of Style," that legendary cable show that chronicled everything fashion back in the grunge decade, is coming back to the network on October 9th.

But lest you get too excited about marathoning episodes in front of the TV like we used to (fine, we're old, we admit it), this go-around "House of Style" will live mostly online on MTV's Style blog, with tons of social media crossover.

The original "House of Style" premiered in 1989 and rotated through a cast of supermodel hosts, including Cindy Crawford (who hosted for six years), Rebecca Romijn, Shalom Harlow, Daisy Fuentes and Mollie Sims, before shuttering its doors in 2000. The new host of the online show will be revealed live on the red carpet at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on September 6th. Is it bad if we have our fingers crossed for Karlie Kloss?

To celebrate the "Hos" resurrection,
See full article at Huffington Post »

'House Of Style' Will Return!

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'House Of Style' Will Return!
Bring on the revivals: There's another fashion series in the works, and it looks familiar.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, MTV is bringing back "House Of Style," which originally aired from 1989 to 1999.

“'House of Style' is deeply rooted in celebrating and drawing energy from our audience's mix-and-match love of fashion, music and pop culture,” Dave Sirulnick, executive vice president of MTV News and Docs, said in a statement. “In bringing back 'House of Style,' we're once again looking to spotlight the spirit, personality and sometimes humor of the most interesting people in fashion who personify the energy of style in 2012."

The original "House Of Style" zeroed in on the work of designers like Todd Oldham and John Galliano and chronicled the rise of models Cindy Crawford, Rebecca Romijn and Molly Simms.

The "House Of Style" reboot isn't the only change headed to the world of TV style shows this fall.
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'House Of Style' Will Return!

'House Of Style' Will Return!
Bring on the revivals: There's another fashion series in the works, and it looks familiar.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, MTV is bringing back "House Of Style," which originally aired from 1989 to 1999.

“'House of Style' is deeply rooted in celebrating and drawing energy from our audience’s mix-and-match love of fashion, music and pop culture,” Dave Sirulnick, executive vice president of MTV News and Docs, said in a statement. “In bringing back 'House of Style,' we’re once again looking to spotlight the spirit, personality and sometimes humor of the most interesting people in fashion who personify the energy of style in 2012."

The original "House Of Style" zeroed in on the work of designers like Todd Oldham and John Galliano and chronicled the rise of models Cindy Crawford, Rebecca Romijn and Molly Simms.

The "House Of Style" reboot isn't the only change headed to the world of TV style shows this fall.
See full article at Huffington Post »

DiCaprio's Girlfriend To Revive House Of Style

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DiCaprio's Girlfriend To Revive House Of Style
Leonardo DiCaprio's model girlfriend Bar Refaeli has been tipped to front a revival of the U.S. TV series House Of Style. The popular show, which ran from 1989 to 2000, focused on fashion and design and was originally hosted by supermodel Cindy Crawford.

Now MTV is planning to bring the show back to the small screen - and producers hope to land the Titanic star's lover or catwalk stunner Chanel Iman to take over presenting duties, according to New York gossip column PageSix.

Neither of the beauties has officially signed on to the project.

'Fashion mag' in Style's file

Daisy Fuentes and Jai Rodriguez will host a new weekly series for Style Network covering the latest style news.

Ultimate Style is described as a fast-paced half-hour that features the most up-to-date news from the worlds of fashion, beauty, home, travel and celebrity style. The show, which premieres at 11 p.m. Nov. 3, also will offer practical advice on applying current style trends to viewers' everyday life.

" 'Ultimate Style' is a fashion magazine come to life and offers Style viewers a new and exciting way to keep abreast of the latest tips, trends and news," Style executive vp Salaam Coleman Smith said.

Fuentes, a former MTV VJ, has hosted MTV's House of Style and ABC's America's Funniest Home Videos. She also is the creative director for her own lifestyle brand for Kohl's.

Rodriguez is known for his role as the "culture vulture" on Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, which is in its fifth and final season.

In other cable announcements Tuesday, TLC has ordered a second season of L.A. Ink, MTV has picked up a second season of Ryan's Life, and Sundance Channel has acquired three series: the eight-part Australian sketch series Big Girl's Blouse, featuring the early work of Jane Turner, Gina Riley and Magda Szubanski of "Kath & Kim"; the first two seasons of the British comedy series Pulling and the 12-part unscripted series On the Road in America, which follows the experiences of four Arab students as they travel across the U.S.

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