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Breakfast Club reunites, fashion world mourns loss

 On Monday at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, the fashion world mourned the death of stylist Alexander McQueen, who committed suicide in Feb. just days after his mother died.
 The city took time during its Fashion Week to commemorate the life of the British fashion designer and four time winner of the British Designer of the Year Awards.
 ‘Vogue’ editor in chief, Anne Wintour, describes McQueen as “a complex and gifted young man” who took his fans “into a world of sensation where you could be shocked, repulsed or thrilled.”
  The cast of the Breakfast Club celebrated their 25th anniversary Monday night at a Film Society of Lincoln Center event in New York City, according to US magazine; the night was also to commemorate the late director of many 1980’s classics, John Hughes, who passed away last year.
 Most of the original cast, (Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy) showed up for the reunion. One cast member, Emilio Estevez, was filming a movie in Canada and couldn’t make it, according to E! Oh well, Estevez, there will be the next time…in 25 more years.

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