You thought you got rid of the Mooch? Of all the missed opportunities during Saturday Night Live‘s summer break, never getting a shot at the endlessly mockable Anthony Scaramucci during his 10 days in the White House was certainly the biggest. Like everyone else in the Trump administration, he pretty much wrote the jokes on
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Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com‘s weekly roundup, where we lay out exactly what you’ll need for the perfect outfit, shopping list, Saturday night, or whatever it may be. In a shopping landscape where the options are endless, consider it a complete snapshot of must-haves. Whether you’re somewhere where you see 10 stars or a hundred,
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In January of this year, rife with controversy (see: CEO suspension born from misconduct allegations, merkins on mannequins) norm-core pioneer American Apparel announced they’d be closing all 110 stores by April. The made-in-America brand had announced bankruptcy in 2015, and been acquired by Canadian brand Gildan Activewear for $88 million early in 2017. It seemed,
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Helen Sloan/courtesy of HBO WARNING: This post contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7. You weren’t imagining the chemistry between Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow this week on Game of Thrones. In the season’s fourth Inside the Episode video, Thrones showrunner David Benioff hinted at a budding romance between the Mother of Dragans and
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See What I Have Done If you ever thought Lizzie Borden was framed, you’ll dig See What I Have Done (Atlantic Monthly Press), Sarah Schmidt’s recasting of one of the most fascinating murder cases of all time. You Play the Girl If Hollywood’s treatment of women leaves you wanting, you’ll find good, heady company in
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Alessandra Mastronardi is the kind of woman you want to have in your crew. The Italian actress is equal parts hysterical, thoughtful, beautiful, and intelligent—and she’s also kind of a big deal, fresh off of her successful stint as Francesca on Master of None. She may or may not have fallen into the Manic Pixie
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The night before what was indisputably going to be the biggest day of my professional career, I should have been up late prepping interview questions, packing extra batteries for my recorder, or even catching a few extra hours of sleep. Instead, I was staring at the thick, black hair on my legs in frustration. As
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It’s like, you’re going through your post-Game of Thrones week minding your own business and casually reading fan theories, when all of a sudden the internet pulls a “hey there, Catelyn Stark is a zombie and she was in Sunday’s episode.” 😱 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below But let’s back up. Remember the scene from
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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 August, Senator Barbara Boxer, author of The Art of Tough: Fearlessly Facing Politics and Life, shares lessons learned over a lifetime in public service. This week, she recounts some of her mother’s
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Kim Kardashian West’s makeup line KKW Beauty broke the internet when it launched with highlighting and contouring sticks—raking in $14 million in ten minutes before selling out…twice. If you prefer to contour with powder, then you’re in luck: Kardashian-West just dropped the news that a contouring and highlighting powder kit is coming soon. Advertisement –
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Women get a lot of mixed messages when it comes to sexuality. On one hand, shows like Broad City, Insecure, Girls, and more depict frank portrayals of the joys, pitfalls, and complications of women’s sexuality, and encourage women to be open about their needs and desires. On the other hand, women are literally getting killed
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Relationships are weird, don’t you agree? Other people are unpredictable, and the endless combination of human interactions leads to some pretty frustrating encounters. In Nicole Knows, Nicole Cliffe helps us navigate all the ridiculousness relationships come with. If you have a question for Nicole, email ncadvice@hearst.com Dear Nicole, I like being a good friend. I
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When you live in a bustling urban metropolis, there are some basic rules of public etiquette that make everyone’s days run a little smoother. Walk on the right side of the sidewalk. Don’t try to get on the subway before everyone else has gotten off. And, please, do not FaceTime in the middle of the
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The human species excels at causing pain. The annals of history are littered with elaborate and hideous tortures we’ve invented for each other—waterboarding, “the blood eagle,” death by a thousand cuts. And yet in the end, there’s possibly nothing more painful than being forced to listen to your white, male co-worker expound on “diversity.” The
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Since its debut last winter, The X-Files‘ rebooted run has disappointed fans on several fronts—first by not living up to expectations, and later by having an entirely male team of writers. “How does this still happen?” asked a Washington Post headline back in June, when the all-male writers’ room was announced—a question echoed by the
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