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Avril Lavigne in Harper's Bazaar Magazine!

I just found out Avril is in the February 06 issue of Harper's Bazaar magazine talking about her new fashion tastes!

They have some of the article on their website (with the complete article in the magazine itself)...

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"Avril Lavigne loves black. Always has. And skulls and studs and other things that rock 'n' roll girls do. But something has happened recently to the punky kid who has sold millions of albums to impressionably angry adolescents and inspired clones throughout the land to emulate her famed antistyle of baggy dickies, tank top, necktie, and eyefuls of eyeliner: When our backs were turned, she grew up.

Which brings Avril to the set of Bazaar's New York photo shoot. At 21, she's absolutely tiny- about five foot one, a size 0 at most. Her newly blonde hair is shampoo-commercial-ready, her features china-doll precise.

Wearing a black tank and jeans and sporting a shy smile, she carries a skull-embossed makeup bag (in black) and a silver studded purse (yes, also in black). She's been thinking for a while now about changing her look, about gingerly dipping her sneakered toe into fashionable waters.

"A couple of years ago I started wearing skirts," she says, her thoughts tumbling out rapid-fire and betraying her demure first impression. "I'm starting to feel more feminine. I'm getting into hair and makeup and image. That's the best part of being a girl."

And today is a good day to be a girl. When she's presented with all the clothing options for the shoot, Avril immediately grabs a black crystal-embroidered Gucci dress with puffed cap sleeves. Next an Audrey Hepburnesque bustier skirt with a bow at the waist.

"I love it, I love it," she says. Then (and who would have thought a rock chick would go for this?) a sinuous, sophisticated skirt suit.

But it's when she puts on a midnight blue Chanel lace shift that Avril draws a gasp all around. She looks like a Carnaby Street heroine, a Twiggy for the 2000's..."

Click here to read the rest of the article excerpt on the Harpers Bazaar website!
Original Post written: Monday, February 06, 2006

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