Month: May 2019

Nike is known for great athletic gear and apparel, but it’s the emotion-evoking campaigns like “Dream Crazier” that inspire and motivate people all over the world regardless of their ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status. In recognition of the 40-year anniversary of the original Pride flag, designed by political activist Gilbert Baker, Nike partnered with the
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Summer isn’t just about sundresses and bikinis (not all about them, at least). We tapped the top buyers from your favorite stores—Nordstroms, Net-A-Porter, and ModaOperandi—to weigh in on the hottest trends of the season. They talked about serious Venice vibes, a new way to wear your pearls, and a pant style we haven’t seen in
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You might think awards season is over come February, but come June, it’s time for The Tony Awards. Celebrating outstanding achievements in live Broadway theater, the event takes place annually at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, and guarantees the spectacle of all Broadway’s darlings dressed to the nines. From ruffles and ruching to
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When it comes to skincare, Sephora doesn’t play. Ever since hemp-derived CBD (cannabidiol) took over as the hottest beauty and wellness ingredient, we’ve seen it infused into all kinds of lotions, potions, and serums. But the beauty giant would never add a new category without doing its homework. That’s precisely why Sephora’s CBD selection is
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The hunt for a simple flat sandal is deceptively hard. Many on the market are too beachy, too cheeky, poor fitting, or flat out boring. And often times, they’re also too expensive. But as with all-too-common origin stories for brands these days, Studio Amelia founder, Emily Amelia Inglis, found herself on the hunt for simple
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Danika Wukich has no eyebrows—the combined result of genetics and the unfortunate side effects from overplucking and brow tattooing. But a few years ago, she discovered brow extensions, which brought her to Envious Lashes, a New York City-based beauty salon that specializes in lash and brow extensions. Now a regular, she goes in weekly, entrusting
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While most athletes favor high-performing and comfortable garments for competition, Serena Williams also dresses with political intention. The tennis champion returned to the French Open in Paris Monday in a custom outfit decorated with inspiring words to silence her detractors and remind the world exactly who she is. “Queen,” “Champion,” “Mother,” and “Goddess” were the
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