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Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton Leather sweaters call to mind Japanese warriors’ armor. Louis Vuitton Obi belts borrow from the traditional kimono. Louis Vuitton Meanwhile, evening dresses with gold sequins were an homage to costumes of Noh theater. Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton The accessories The cruise collection pays tribute to designer Kansai Yamamoto, who was the
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Like her sister Dakota, Elle Fanning charmed the fashion industry from a young age, starring in campaigns for Tiffany & Co., Miu Miu, and Marc by Marc Jacobs starting at 13 years old. Now 19, the actress has announced she’s the face of another major company, this time in the beauty space. Today, L’Oreal Paris
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The Golden Door sits on 600 acres and grows many of its own fruits and vegetables. It’s built a bee farm and makes its own honey. While I’m there, I discover a strawberry-guava shrub on a mountain top and pick two dusty orbs from its branches. Had it been described to me, it would have
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On Friday, Victoria Beckham attended the 2017 Breast Cancer Research Foundation Hot Pink Party in New York, wearing one of her own designs. The backless, navy top, from her Victoria Beckham AW17 collection, showcased the designer’s disappearing back tattoo. Shutterstock ACE Pictures/REX/Shutterstock/Getty/Noam Galai Advertisement – Continue Reading Below The tattoo, which runs from the nape
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AuthorCreated with Sketch. Shortly after Nikki Villavicencio gave birth via C-section, there was a complication. Her daughter, Alexandria, was coughing up blood, and Alley’s stomach was swelling. Nikki’s doctors wanted to transfer Alley to the children’s hospital across town. Already afraid for their baby, Nikki and her partner, Darrell Paulsen, panicked. Both parents have significant
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I have a conspiracy theory for you! No, it’s not the one about the Denver International Airport or Beyoncé (but Solange does make a cameo.) I am almost 100 percent convinced that Baudrillard faked his death in 2007 so that he could, ten years post-mortem, publish a sequel to 1989’s America — he’s a little
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Having a child is a deeply personal decision. It’s also one that is complicated by societal (read: patriarchal) pressures–women are socialized to be caretakers, to believe that motherhood is an inherent part of womanhood. (There’s an entire slogan on Etsy saying that “only the best moms get promoted to grandmas,” as if a child’s choice
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As the unicorn beauty phenomenon rages on, prices for rainbow-hued products have expectedly remained high. A “Unicorn Essence” serum comes in at $54 while a set of unicorn horn-shaped brushes is priced at $39. Now, thanks to Wet n Wild, you’ll be able to get an entire collection of unicorn makeup for less than both
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You can now walk into Saks Fifth Avenue and, right alongside racks of designer clothes and shoes, take a “prison-style” boot camp class taught by formerly incarcerated trainers. ConBody, a New York studio founded by Coss Marte, now has a home in the famed retail store starting this week. It’s Saks’ first-ever in-house fitness studio
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Welcome to Talking Body, a series where we have honest conversations with women about their bodies. Today, we have Michaela DePrince, soloist with the Dutch National Ballet and the new face of Jockey’s “Show ‘Em What’s Underneath” campaign. She first gained fame in the hit dance documentary First Position and has since used her platform
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Left: Armani Exchange Dress, $110, armaniexchange.com; Superga Cotu Sneaker, $65, nordstrom.com. Right: Janessa Leone Quatre Hat, $285, janessaleone.com; Armani Exchange Sunglasses, $75, armaniexchange.com; Blouse, Michaela’s own Using natural light is one of her most easy-to-apply tips, though be thoughtful about the time of day you’re going out. Wissen tends to spend the mornings at home
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Transforming wavy hair into a stick-straight style often involves the copious use of chemicals, hair dryers, and flat irons—all amped up to their highest, most follicle-damaging heat settings. But women have been straightening their hair for decades without heat too—long before ceramic plates, tourmaline, or ionic who’s-it-what’s-its were even a glimmer in T3’s eye. While
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