Month: January 2018

Naples, Italy, is a crush of crumbling baroque churches, daredevil motorcyclists, yellow- rock cliffs plunging into a turquoise sea, and multihued houses, resplendent beneath the watchful eye of romantic—but menacing—Mount Vesuvius, the still-active volcano that swallowed nearby Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 A.D. It’s also Chanel global creative makeup and color designer Lucia Pica’s hometown,
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Well folks, it looks like I’ve recruited some people to join my No Shop January fast, and much like myself, they’ve been keeping a list of what they want to buy but won’t because…they’re also gluttons for punishment? Read on to see what we’re coveting in week two of this life experiment. “Look, affordable hoop
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Cindy Crawford is recreating her iconic 1992 Pepsi commercial for this year’s Super Bowl. The new iteration arrives 26 years after the original, and will costar her 18-year-old son, Presley Gerber. The full ad will debut on February 4, the night of the big game, but Pepsi already teased a photo from the TV spot.
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Zendaya’s clothing line Daya by Zendaya has been having some major issues that Zendaya now spoken out on. Customers had been placing orders and not hearing back–or receiving their packages–for months at a time. Shoppers attempted to contact customer service and when they didn’t get a response, vented their frustrations on Twitter instead. Advertisement –
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Dear E. Jean: I have a horrific aversion to strip clubs. My feelings are so strong that even discussing this with my boyfriend brings me to tears. He does not frequent these places, but what bothers me is that he may be forced to attend one as a rite of passage before a future wedding
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GettyGetty + Design by Mia Feitel Much of the socio-political discussion of 2016 and 2017 was dedicated to white male rage. Why are white men so angry? What could we have done to make the most powerful socioeconomic group in this country so mad? Why are they punishing us all with Trump? But as a
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Earlier this year, 27-year-old entrepreneur Michael Bruch started Sweet Pea, a dating app that aims to improve how we communicate with one another. If you are reading this on a smartphone, you may be rolling your eyes: There are, precisely, three hundred dating apps out there—all of which claim to have the same goal. But
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Shani Crowe’s first solo show Braids opened in 2016, but the idea came to her at age 12. The Chicago native had already established herself a sought-after local braider who dreamed of parlaying her work into an exhibition some day. Fifteen years later, Crowe’s 10-piece braided portrait series came to fruition, debuting April 2016 at
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Stuart Weitzman is no stranger to of-the-moment, jaw-droppingly beautiful supermodels, and its just-released spring 2018 campaign images doubles up on star wattage, positioning Gigi Hadid alongside Kate Moss. It’s the first time the pair have been shot together. Mario Testino/Stuart Weitzman Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Hadid has been a face of the brand since
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Instagram/maccosmetics and nymatang We’ll say it over and over again: “nude” is not a color. But, it is a term widely (erroneously) used in the beauty industry to describe a neutral, skin-toned makeup shade. Lipsticks described as “nude” often have a pink, peach, or beige hue but, of course, this is not an accurate representation
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Jan 10, 2018 Across various industries and worlds, there’s a goal that’s easily translatable: to excel. Great achievement—won through dedicated work and a determination to improve—has been associated with Rolex for generations, making the brand’s collaboration with ambassadors from a range of fields feel right. In an ongoing partnership with Rolex, we explore the journeys
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