Month: June 2017

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Mon dieu, honey! Céline Dion debuted a new lewk in Paris this week and it is a lot. It’s une petite peu too much, as they say. It’s le WTF deluxe and it’s perfect. Splash Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Fashion icon and part-time Minion, your fave Céline Dion showed up in the streets of
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There may still be a dozen guys competing for Rachel’s heart in The Bachelorette, but there are definitely some fan favorites at this point in the competition. Confident Bryan and handsome Will stuck out in Monday night’s episode, but there’s one contender who’s really making a good impression on viewers at home: Peter. Although he’s
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Inspired by Japanese musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and model Sayoko Yamaguchi, Kenzo showed its men’s and women’s spring 2018 collections in Paris last night featuring a cast comprised exclusively of models of Asian descent. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below “We celebrate two muses, one who represents the modern view of the house and one from its
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When fashion and ballet mix magic seems to happen: take the success of Puma’s popular ballet-inspired collection or Opening Ceremony’s politically-charged performance that showcased their spring 2017 collection. That’s why it should come as no surprise that New York accessories label Feit tapped Benjamin Millepied (former NYCB principal dancer and director of dance at the
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To celebrate Pride Month, Nike cast transgender vogue artist and ballroom dancer Leiomy Maldonado in a new video campaign for its #BeTrue collection. It’s the second Nike commercial to feature a transgender athlete after Chris Mosier, the first transgender man to earn a spot on the U.S. men’s national team, starred in a video campaign
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The Obamas are back on vacation with a 10-day trip in Indonesia. The former First Family (Malia and Sasha included) were spotted whitewater rafting on the Ayung River, outside Bongkasa Village in Badung. The day prior, the family of four visited Jatiluwih village in Tabanan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, according to the The Jakarta
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Intent on making 2017 your Best Year Ever? We can help with that, thanks to our 2017 Coach of the Month series. For June, Heather Cabot and Samantha Walravers, authors of the just released book, Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech, offer a four-week course in professional acumen, designed to serve you
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Snacks are the perfect opportunity to refuel on a little extra protein, especially if you need a late-afternoon pick-me-up or a post-workout nibble. Here are 10 easy snack ideas that offer at least five grams of protein — each around 150 calories. Banana with peanut butter mixed with protein powder: 158 calories, 13.6 grams of
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This year is shaping up to be Margot Robbie‘s best one yet–and that’s saying a lot, considering the 26-year-old actress already has films like The Wolf of Wall Street and The Big Short under her belt. Besides starring in summer blockbusters Suicide Squad and The Legend of Tarzan, she’s also the face of Calvin Klein’s
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Dear E. Jean: A new coworker with a PhD has recently appeared in our office, and the boss favors everything she does and every word she says. In meetings, he (the boss) bows to the PhD’s opinion. He always agrees with her perspective on projects and trashes our efforts, especially mine. He’s obviously starstruck, but
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Tabata is the ultimate fitness trifecta. It’s fast. It’s fun. It’s effective. We’ve tweaked the standard structure a bit, turning each round of Tabata into a superset. Rather than doing one exercise for four minutes, you alternate between two complementary moves for a total of eight minutes. This modification gives your working muscles a bit
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Anytime that mac and cheese craving strikes, we’ll rely on this recipe from Teresa Marie Howes of Eat, Drink and Be Skinny to indulge the healthy way. Mac and Cheese you can be proud to eat. Let’s face it, mac and cheese is one of those comfort foods that is hard to pass up. Unfortunately,
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Olivia Wilde’s new play, an adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984, has been getting a lot of publicity. According to The Hollywood Reporter, throughout the play’s previews, audience members have been known to faint, throw up, scream, and get into fights. So why are members of the public having such a strong reaction to the material?
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Mary McCartney Advertisement – Continue Reading Below London-raised, Rome-educated Bella Freud hails from one of Europe’s more colorful and creative dynasties. Her great-grandfather was the godfather of psychoanalysis, Sigmund; her father, the legendary figurative painter Lucian Freud, who was renowned for the psychic intensity of his work. But the 56-year-old designer’s aesthetic has always skewed
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Running a marathon is a huge accomplishment. No matter what one’s finish time is, crossing the finish at 26.2 miles is a major milestone in anyone’s life. Whether it’s a first marathon or a 50th marathon, it is the culmination of months of training, time, and above all, dedication to running. The feeling of elation