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Joan and Melissa Rivers were absent from the red carpet at the Oscars this year, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t cover the fashions. The duo teamed with AOL’s StyleList to give their rundown, which concluded that most people looked like crap. Web viewers seem to enjoy the pot-and-kettle couple. Their video has raked in over 250,000 views, LostRemote reports.
In other fashion news and views, Silicon Alley Insider notes that Seventeen Magazine’s YouTube channel has only garnered 7,354 total views. The magazine’s video content is outperformed by William Sledd, who has his own popular fashion-themed YouTube channel. Sledd’s recent New York Fashion Week video has reached over 250,000 views alone.