Month: February 2020

Dia DipasupilGetty Images Life, in the end, is all about growth, and finding the beauty in that process. At least, that’s the world Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair have crafted in their much-lauded series, High Maintenance. In the years since its start on Vimeo, the show—now on HBO in its fourth season—has continued telling interesting,
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Normani has broken her silence on her fellow former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello’s old racist Tumblr posts and tweets that resurfaced and went viral this December and how they made her feel about Cabello. Normani sent a statement via email to Rolling Stone, telling its reporter during her interview that “I just want to
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3. Maison Cleo Run by a french mother-daughter duo, Maison Cleo uses reclaimed fabrics for their relaxed and vintage-inspired designs. Only open on Wednesdays, producing extremely limited runs, their e-shop provides all the information from fabric costs, to time spent making, for completely transparent pricing. Oh, and you get a scrunchie with every order. maisoncleo.com
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@boy__smells | @emilcohen It’s hard to imagine how the Ancient Egyptians would feel, in the days where candles were used simply as a source of light, about Gwyneth Paltrow’s “This Smells Like My Vagina” candle. It’s impossible to even explain to the versions of ourselves from a decade ago how spending $10 on a Lavender
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Heart Crush Glow Tint Air Holika Holika akoco.com $2.37 Tint Type: stain Shades Available: 4 Wear: till noon For all intents and purposes, let’s call it a stain because it’s a sheer, longwear liquid lip that leaves you a healthy pink glow (as a treat!) when it mostly wears off.  It also dries like a
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I remember where I was standing. It was May 2006, and I was attending a book publishing convention when I felt the splash of hot coffee on my calves. And I remember what I was wearing: a Chloé prancing-horse skirt I’d purchased on a financially delusional whim five years prior. This was an item deeply
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When Andrew Yang suspended his presidential campaign, one marked by an extremely online presence, Kateri Ransom went in a different direction. She turned to books. Before this year’s election, 27-year-old Ransom was never really into politics. Growing up in Modesto, California, she lived in a relatively conservative household and watched Fox News with her dad.
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When Dee Rees met author Sarah M. Broom in 2012, they made a bet over who owned more books. Broom sent Rees a photo of a tall stack in her bathroom. “She had more books than me in [that] one room—it’s crazy,” Rees says. It was Broom who introduced the 43-year-old Oscar nominee to the
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Stephane Cardinale – CorbisGetty Images Feminist statements have become the cornerstone of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collections. A hallmark of her debut collection as Dior’s first female artistic director in 2016 was a plain white T-shirt with the words, “We Should All Be Feminists” written across the chest (later worn by celebrities Rihanna and Natalie Portman—it
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“I was so hooked,” says America Ferrera of reading the script for Gentefied, the web series turned 10-episode dramedy she co–executive-produced for Netflix. “It was so funny, so touching, and stylistic in a way that really resonated with me and my experience. It felt like something I had never seen before.” Set against the backdrop
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