Month: February 2020

Christian VierigGetty Images A long-time fix for bad hair days, ponytails have evolved from regular gym hairdo to red carpet and Instagram favorite. But this isn’t your average pony, and achieving that perfect sleek look takes some effort. So how do you avoid looking like a founding father instead of Kim Kardashian? For help, we
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If there was a Mount Rushmore for Virgil Abloh’s most coveted and adored sneaker collaborations, the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 sneaker (released in 2017) would be featured—a sneaker that currently costs upwards $3,000 on re-seller sites. That alone would be a tough act to follow, but Abloh’s love affair with Air Jordan is nowhere
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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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If you’re new to buying sex toys, consider this a Sex Toy Purchasing 101 course. Lisa Finn, a sex educator and brand manager of Babeland, offered her expertise in the area to help find the perfect toy for you and your partner. Like to any other big purchase, finding the perfect starter toy is all
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Heart Crush Glow Tint Air 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 stain, by which I
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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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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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Is it the sparkly purple halter-back jumpsuit Selena Quintanilla Perez wore to her very last performance at the 1995 Houston Rodeo that immediately comes to mind when you mention the late Latin singer’s name? Or maybe it’s the matching white embellished bustier and high waisted pants or her glistening 1994 Grammy Award gown? From her
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In search of bold eyes to cure your seasonal blues? Hoping to pass the time until a second season of your favorite HBO drama? Meet Glossier’s first product launch of the decade: Skywash, a new sheer matte lid tint guaranteed to provide that elusive pop. The latest release is available today in seven different shades.
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In an unexpected move, Prada named Raf Simons as co-creative director joining Miuccia Prada. The powerhouse duo will share “equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making.” The decision was announced on Sunday at a surprise press conference held on the last day of Milan Fashion Week. Prada joined her family’s namesake label in 1978, premiered
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Donatella Versace at her home in Milan. Pier Nicola Bruno Shortly before I interview Donatella Versace, I ask my colorist to bump up my already-straining-credulity blond by a shade. That’s the effect Versace has on you before you even meet her: Some people make you stand up straighter in their presence; she has a way
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Getty Images The way America celebrates St. Patrick’s day continues to cause confusion, but you can’t avoid not wearing green. Fail to wear a shade of chartreuse and you’re bound to get at least one pestering bystander who hasn’t quite caught up to the fact that unsolicited pinches are not welcome. Surprise, surprise! Lucky for
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Fendi’s Headband Flip Hairstylist Sam McKnight described the look as “Abstract asymmetrical sculptures, and elegant twists and turns,” for the latest Fendi show. The creative genius created 54 updos that will have you craving carbs. “Updos inspired by a visit to a bakery,” he wrote on Instagram. “Twisted pretzels, plaited bread, and cinnamon swirls (or
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Jen Atkin knows a thing or two about good hair. The hairstylist turned beauty mogul is behind some of your favorite celebrity hair moments—from the Kardashian-Jenner sisters to her BFF Chrissy Teigen—and is the founder of her own haircare empire, OUAI. Her latest launch, a revamped collection of shampoos and conditioners, is the brand’s most
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In To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Lara Jean writes odes to the men she’s loved, often inexplicably, sometimes in secret. They were sonnets she penned to work through her own complicated feelings of attraction and adoration, never intended for public consumption. Getty Images I, too, have been writing love letters on the DL—to
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While fashion month is currently buzzing through Europe predicting everything we’ll be wearing next winter, we’re way more curious to see which trends are going to stick around for the entire year. With that in mind, we reached out to three fashion authorities from Nordstrom, Net-A-Porter, and Bloomingdales for a full forecast of the year
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We have drag culture to thank for a lot of trends, particularly in the beauty space. Drag makeup is powerful makeup—makeup that allows you to change the whole shape of your face and make it last all night. And one key component of face transformations is baking. Baking is a long-wear makeup technique where you
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