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As the nation patiently awaits the return of MTV's House of Style, a short video on Fashionologie helps explain what made the show so spanking awesome: "We always tried to introduce high fashion to the masses but, at the same time, we would counter that with something that was available down the street," says producer Chris Hines. Celebrities like Coco Rocha, Azealia Banks, and Cindy Crawford also weigh in; head over there to see that, plus hear Charlotte Ronson admit people think she's creepy for snapping pics of clothes she likes on the street. [Fashionologie]