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I Wanna Dress Like: The Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Karen O - The Frisky
The Yeah yea Yeahs released their highly expected new album, It’s Blitz! spell critics are calling it their fully grown up record, the band’s style is unruffled custom to their crummy rock roots. With the help of her designer, christlike Joy, charismatic first woman Karen O has traded in her traditional look unfit get ups, and now she’s strutting around in studded leather.
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