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December 18, 2009

Arts Beat

New York Times:

Where are these groups getting their wardrobes, and who’s paying for them? The color-coordinated outfits seem to change with each new camera angle. The Beelzebubs may have singlehandedly reversed the declining fortunes of the goofy-sweater-manufacturing industry. What kind of closet space do they give students up there at Tufts, where these singers are from? No wonder tuition at the place is pushing $40,000.

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Those clothes were obviously provided to the groups but I hear they did not get to keep them afterwards. I'm pretty sure they were provided by a sponsor and they sure looked a lot like those Gap ads that have been running including during the show. Maybe I'm old fashioned but again please tuck in those shirts. Is this a new trend I'm missing?

Posted by acapnews at December 18, 2009 12:00 AM


Yup, it has been a trend for a couple years now. :D

Posted by: Colleen Keene at December 21, 2009 11:10 PM

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