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Netherlands released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Dutch ( Subtitles ), ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Anamorphic Widescreen, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Based on the 'Crimes of Fashion' book series by Ellen Byerrum. Who knew fashion could be dangerous to anything beyond your credit card balance? Lacey Smithsonian (also seen in 'Hostile Makeover'), 'Crimes of Fashion' columnist, finds herself reporting on more than just this season's line when dead bodies start showing up in her best friend's hot DC hair salon. Lacey's uniquely trained fashion eye catches clues that others miss. The only thing that knocks Lacey from her high-heeled stride is the sudden appearance of Vic Donovan, the guy she left behind and the one man that makes her heart flutter. With her best friends, Stella, a punky hairstylist, and Brooke, an upper crust Georgetown lawyer, at her side, Lacey foils the murderer, solves the mystery and the fashion crime itself, all while meeting the deadline for her column. KILLER HAIR is a funny, fashionable, and fabulous murder mystery set against our nation's capital. ...Killer Hair ( Crimes of Fashion: Killer Hair )
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its ok...the book series is sooo much better
16 February 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
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I have read all of the Crimes of Fashion books in the series. It is one of my favorite book series. I knew there was a movie and it aired on Lifetime but I didn't get to watch it since I worked that night...so....I bought it. The movie is OK. The book is much better. There are subtle differences with the movie and the book...and yes, I understand this happens alot with artistic liberties and all but it wasn't an improvement. Lacy's character is fine but Aunt Mimi's trunk doesn't appear in her life. Stella has long hair and doesn't flaunt "the girls" nor sport corsets. Brooke has brown hair as opposed to blonde and is interested in Lacy's co-worker Tony. Vic works as a police officer as opposed to a security consultant. Tony wears a suit as opposed to jeans and cowboy boots. Felicity Pickles is different from the description in the book. Johnson (the character who Lacy was always stepping on his toes at the Hill) is not in the movie. The subtle changes made it rather awkward and the movie takes short cuts to finding things out but it is a cute movie to help pass the time. Also, Stella buys the salon? This doesn't happen in the book and it makes it somewhat awkward considering there is a sequel to the first movie called Hostile Makeover.
Fashion meets CSI
25 June 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
It's Sex In The City meets CSI. Total fun. They should have turned this into a Lifetime series!!