Month: July 2019

In case you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t scrolled through post after post on social media of people bitching about Mercury retrograde, allow me to explain what this means: Three times per year, Mercury, the ruler of communication, travel, technology, and intellectual thoughts, changes orbit for about three weeks. When this happens, everything
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SERICHAI TRAIPOOM With more than 40 runway shows, activations, and designer culinary experiences hosted by top brands, Paraiso Miami Beach officially took over what was once known as Miami Swim Week earlier this month. At Paraiso Bungalow, a new pop up double decker shop overlooking the beach, locals and visitors were able to shop collections
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Getty Images As much as we love the idea of a complete before/after makeover and the transformative power that comes with a brand new cut, there’s still that 50/50 chance it could go very, very wrong. But it doesn’t have to be a leap of faith every time you pay a visit to the salon—especially
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David M. BenettGetty Images “If you are just learning about Pyer Moss, we forgive you!” read the back of designer Kerby Jean-Raymond’s Pyer Moss shirt when he famously met Anna Wintour in 2018. Sure, you should know about the brand but, really it’s all about the designer himself who was just tapped by Reebok to
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ThirdLove Going braless can feel super freeing (and is somewhat trendy these days) but for many people out there it’s not really an option. Some women find the look of lace, feel of satin, or effect of a push-up or padding comforting, while others flat out need a bra for daily support. Sure, ripping off
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You may know Pom Klementieff for her roles as Mantis in the Marvel films Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame, but fall down a Google rabbit hole and you’ll soon find that she’s also a style powerhouse. A front row fixture at fashion shows across the world, the actress
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In a world where good things happen to me, I’d have a Park Avenue apartment with a spare bedroom exclusively for shoe storage. But c’est la vie—that’s not the world we live in. Instead, I maximize my tiny closet by relying on pieces that can pull double duty for work and play, like a bra
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