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If you’ve ever admired how the light hit someone’s face just right, chances are that they were wearing highlighter. From subtle radiance to serious shimmer, light-reflecting makeup products are all the rage right now thanks to their ability to brighten up dull complexions, give skin a healthy glow and enhance natural features. But here’s the
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In the 45 minutes Baby Rose and I spend on Zoom, she refers to herself as “weird” 11 times. “I like the word weird,” she says. “I probably should think of a different synonym, but to be ‘weird’ is to not be understood by a majority of people.” She’s absolutely right—Baby Rose isn’t everyone’s cup
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@oliviacuidmd Highly requested 60s version of my viral mask hack #fyp #doctorsoftiktok #masktutorial #covid19 #viral #maskhack #learnontiktok ♬ original sound – oliviacuidmd Face masks are the most effective when they’re nice and snug against your face. It makes sense: if yours is loose, with big gaps on the sides and top, it’s easier for respiratory
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. Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Traditional fashion shows weren’t working, the designer felt. They were too stuffy and exclusive, not in step with the rhythms of the technology-savvy present. So he decided to do something a little different. This sounds like a scenario that
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As Shirley Jackson, Elisabeth Moss seethes with righteous anger. Following an astounding performance in The Invisible Man, she stars in Shirley, a semi-fictional look at the famed horror author. In the film, Shirley induces visceral fear with cutting insults and a staggering disregard for social norms. But over Zoom, Moss is a friendly, laughing delight
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Last March, Emilia Clarke wrote a powerful essay revealing that she battled for her life while suffering from two life-threatening brain aneurysms during her first few years filming Game of Thrones. The injuries were treated through several painful surgeries, resulting in Clarke spending weeks at the hospital in recovery. Years after her last procedure in
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It takes all of 10 seconds to identify Cassidy Diamond, the ostentatious “rookie lawyer” of Search Party’s spectacularly dark third season. Brought to life by Shalita Grant, the Tony-nominated actress from Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Cassidy meets her client, the very guilty murderer Dory Sief (Alia Shawkat), sporting a too-short black-and-white tweed
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Photography by Justin Bach. Design by Danielle Campbell. Welcome to My Story, our weekly series dedicated to creatives of colour and their paths to success. By championing these diverse stories and backgrounds, we hope that our understanding of the cultural conversations around beauty and fashion will expand and that respect for our differences will flourish.
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Jonathan Groff’s King George III has three brief solos and less than 10 minutes onstage in Hamilton. But his impact—and dramatic ability to enunciate—is felt through the entire musical, a filmed version of which hit Disney+ on July 3. But it isn’t the first major musical role the 35-year-old actor has played. In fact, you’re
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While the opulence of building a enchanted forest inside the Grand Palais or constructing a monumental, thirty-foot sculpture of a jacket feels like a distant memory, the world of couture lives on. Digitally, at least. As the fashion industry continues to grapple with physical shows during the time of COVID-19, the big fashion houses move
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In the wake of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of the Minneapolis police and the subsequent rise of anti-racism protests worldwide, we’re collectively looking for ways to consistently pull up and support for the Black community. Let’s start with our spending habits by being mindful of where we’re putting our hard-earned dollar bills, be
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