Month: May 2020

As summer camps are canceled, at least unhappy campers can leaf through a new photography book about the beloved, parent-free ritual. Today’s Gen Z campers will get a chuckle at their forebears’ fashion sense in “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah: Andy Sweet’s Summer Camp 1977,” a follow-up to the late Florida photographer’s “Shtetl in the Sun:
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Pregnancy has been looking amazing on singer Ciara. Since she first announced she was expecting her third child in January of 2020, we’ve been excited to see any glimpses of her beauty routines and more shots of her beautiful family. And in late May, she shared a few photos of her basking in the pregnancy
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With the coronavirus pandemic causing what’s expected to be a socially distant summer, several fashion brands are trying to add some excitement to the season with collaborations. One of the most anticipated fashion collaborations is coming from Target, which is continuing its tradition of teaming with buzzy designers. This summer the retailer is tapping three
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Ayurveda is a diet and health practice originating in India that focuses on an individual energy, or dosha. Your dosha is can be either Vata, Pitta or Kapha, which all have their own set of traits and impact everything from your skin to digestion and of course, your hair. To find out everything about this
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Victor VIRGILEGetty Images From the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the fashion industry has faced its troubles. Store closures, legacy brands filing for bankruptcy, and as of late, fashion houses postponing or canceling upcoming fashion shows. Gucci is the latest house to switch up its Fashion Week strategy announcing that it will only show two
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MILAN — Rethinking is the new black. Designers have had time to stop, think and reconsider the fashion system, its treadmill pace and unwritten codes during the lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Now that the world is slowing reawakening, and while uncertainties continue to loom, they are trying to find their own North Star
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Watermelons have always been versatile. People with no ingenuity may consider their best case to be as a cooling summer snack. Zoe Kravitz argues they work best as a yonic symbol (Diddy agrees), Animal Crossing players see them as material for furniture, and two bank robbers in Virginia thought the melons would make perfect masks.
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There’s no doubting that of all the beauty products out there, face oil is definitely one of the most divisive. The reason? While some claim that using face oil actually balances oily skin—resulting in less oil production and a natural, lit-from-within glow—others believe that it’s too heavy for some skin types, with certain oils actually clogging pores and
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HBO Max is the latest entrant in the increasingly crowded streaming service market, facing established players such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video. HBO Max, which launches on May 27, comes from WarnerMedia and will include all HBO titles as well as original content and holds exclusive streaming rights for beloved TV shows like
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While it was reported over the weekend that Diane von Furstenberg has permanently shuttered its Bruton Street flagship in London and the DVF Studio U.K. has gone into administration, it appears DVF globally looks to reset its business model. The company’s chief financial officer told WWD over the weekend, “We are continuing to invest in
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One of the most effective treatments for fungal acne might already be in your shower: dandruff shampoo. That’s right — you can slather the hair-care product on your face and body. I know it sounds wrong, but dermatologists swear it’s oh so right. Why Dandruff Shampoo Works on Fungal Acne To understand how dandruff shampoo
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