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Style Gets a Boost

As previously reported by Adweek, the Style network is getting... well, not a facelift, but certainly the network equivalent of microdermabrasion. The DIY-ish fashion cable net will start to feature more narrative-focused programming and reality shows about big personalities and high price tags. The new StyleMedia will also include plenty of brand names, which were a major focus at an NBCUniversal press breakfast this morning held at fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg's headquarters.
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