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In this episode of Running in Heels, Zanna put together a photo shoot of timeless fashion pieces. The iconic classic item that should be in every woman's closet? The little black dress. Which designer is behind the LBD?

A. Yves Saint Laurent
B. Jean Paul Gaultier
C. Hubert de Givenchy

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C. Talk about timeless fashion — the LBD has been a classic must-have piece ever since designer Hubert de Givenchy created this look for Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
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Timeless clothes call for a timeless shoe. Who invented the contemporary stiletto?

A. Salvatore Ferragamo
B. Christian Dior
C. Coco Chanel
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ANSWER: A. The contemporary stiletto was invented in the 1950s by Italian shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo, who made his first pair for Marilyn Monroe. The models back then were tame by today's standards, with heels no higher than about 3 inches.

Shoe obsessed? Find out how much you really know: Test your shoe smarts with our heel trivia quiz!
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Why does this bag cost $1,550? It's all in the detail:

A. It has silk lining.
B. It's been tested to prove durability.
C. It's a one-of-a-kind piece.
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ANSWER: B. To test durability, this Salvatore Ferragamo bag has been loaded with weights and subjected to high humidity and extreme light, one of the reasons for the price tag.

A fashion editor needs a sharp eye for detail. Train yourself and see how you do by playing NitPix!

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This week, the Running in Heels interns got personal, baring all for MC's Dating Diaries. Which intern's salacious story made the final cut and landed in the pages of the magazine?

A. Talita
B. Samantha
C. Ashley
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Talita had a lusty weekend with a doctor she met while on vacation in Brazil, and he flew her in to NYC to spend a weekend together. Read her dating diary, and find out why he left cash on the table when she visited.
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Quick! Name the designer of these heels.
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That telltale red sole belongs to French shoe designer Christian Louboutin.

Are you quick enough for the fast-paced world of fashion? Prove your skills in a game of Type Writer.

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You can't go wrong with a classic pair of jeans, like these Levi's that fashion editor Zanna pulled for the timeless fashion photo shoot in this episode. What's the most popular style of jeans?

A. Boot cut
B. Wide leg
C. Straight leg
D. Skinny
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ANSWER: A. It may seem like everyone is rocking skinny jeans but Larissa Noble, director of denim design at 7 For All Mankind, says boot cuts make up 46% of sales (wide leg jeans make up 35%, straight leg denim comes in at 12%, and skinny jeans make up a slim 7%).

We asked professional jean-iuses for a cheat sheet on shopping for jeans. Read their denimology secrets here.
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Our interns aren't the only ones getting hot and heavy for their Dating Diaries. Talita may have met her steamy hookup in Brazil, but the country where couples are busiest getting busy is actually:

A. The United States
B. Belgium
C. Greece
D. South Africa
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ANSWER: C. The Greeks top the frequency charts, having sex an average of 138 times per year, but people in Belgium are happiest with their sex lives, and those in Turkey have had more sex partners (14.5) than in any other country.

Find out in which country people are most willing to have sex at work, are camera-friendly, and are feeling good vibrations.
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