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WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WEAR

What we wear, and don’t wear, gives insight into who we are--what we think, how we feel, what we believe. Then again, sometimes what we wear is decided for us. A model enraptures a Barneys New York audience as her Vera Wang gown flows elegantly behind. At left, four people bare their souls (and more) in Tony Kaye’s living art installation “Don’t Be Scared,” aimed at breaking AIDS taboos. Posing are Glenn Gaylord, left, Gretchin Adams, David Herndon-White and Aileen Getty. And Nicole, left, and Brittany Foreman get some help dressing up as Santa’s helpers from father John for the family Christmas photo as sister Stephanie waits.

A LEG UP

What does it take to make a stand? For this spider, just purchased by Ed Russell of Santa Clarita, at least eight plastic legs. For this pedestrian in Lynwood, two legs, a set of crutches and a fire hydrant.


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