Month: May 2017

[ad_1] Street style icon Rihanna was photographed en route to a meeting in New York City yesterday, wearing a high-fashion oversized Canadian tuxedo. The crotch on it appears to go down to her knees: Splash Advertisement – Continue Reading Below The look seemingly comes from designer Matthew Adams Dolan, a Parsons MFA Fashion Design and
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[ad_1] While I was in college, I was convinced that I was living the best years of my life. And I was . . . at that point in time! Studies, parties, exploring a new city, “finding myself,” making friends, and living in a house of 64 of my best girlfriends really was — at
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[ad_1] Thanks to social media, just about anybody can build a following. This is surely the case with the beauty world, where a whole generation of artists have made their mark with unique and innovative makeup. But one boy from the UK is turning heads not just because of his skills, but because he’s ten
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[ad_1] Over the years, Queen Elizabeth has proven that she has very specific taste. She owns more than 200 versions of the same purse, ends each night with a glass of bubbly, and won’t travel without her favorite dessert on hand. So it’s no surprise that Her Royal Majesty’s methodical nature extends to her nail
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[ad_1] ‘Gypsy’: Season 1, June 30 Sam Taylor-Johnson, the director of the first Fifty Shades of Grey film, brings us a new series that will hopefully fill the void that HBO’s Big Little Lies left behind. Naomi Watts plays a seemingly perfect Manhattan therapist who starts to go beyond the professional with the people in
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[ad_1] When novelist and perfumer Tanwi Nandini Islam decided to expand her Brooklyn-based botanical beauty line, Hi Wildflower, into cosmetics, she had a specific goal in mind: Make it work for women of color. Accustomed to the fruitless search for shades that suited her own brown skin and seeing how limited options were for women
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[ad_1] Earlier this month, 600 women invaded Brooklyn wearing millennial pink shirts and Catbird stacked rings. But they weren’t coming for avocado toast and unicorn lattes—they were there for Create & Cultivate, a conference that fosters female leadership in business, tech, and the creative arts. With speakers like Gloria Steinem and our own Nikki Ogunnaike,
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[ad_1] Elle Fanning has been at the Cannes Film Festival since it began last week, and each time she steps out, she brings another colorful—and at times fairy tale-like—ensemble. There was her Vivienne Westwood unicorn train on day one, her Grace Kelly meets Batgirl homage that night, her sparkly green Gucci walking-on-flowers dress this weekend,
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[ad_1] Miss E. Jean:I’m starting to feel like I’m missing an epic clue when it comes to dating. I have a good job and great friends, play sports, volunteer, etc.—a very full and fabulous life. I like to think I have a sparkling wit and a cute look, and that I’m an open person. But
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[ad_1] He’s walked over white-hot coals with self-help guru Tony Robbins, logged time at a monk-ish retreat in which he studied his “negative patterns” and personal weaknesses, traveled to Japan, and joined a boxing gym that’s “75 percent women,” which he thinks is “interesting.” It’s been over seven months, and Billy Bush—contrite, humbled, a husband
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[ad_1] On the E! red carpet before the Billboard Music Awards, co-host Vanessa Hudgens promised “a lot of outfits changes, a lot”—and there were many, indeed. Bows made an appearance on the carpet; a butterfly crown popped up during the broadcast; and then there were these six other incredible ensembles. (Drake was into them.) Here,
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[ad_1] Tonight, Cher, #icon, performed her ICONIC “Believe” at the Billboard Music Awards in pink heart pasties because she is CHER. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below She then did “Turn Back Time” in a bodysuit: Getty Which looks a WHOLE lot like this bodysuit she wore 25 years ago: Performing in London in 1992.
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