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50 ) { obj.snippet.title = obj.snippet.title.substring( 0, 50 ) + “…”; } %> Spooky season is finally upon us, and with it comes pumpkin spice-flavored everything, 31 Nights of Halloween on Freeform, and, of course, costume-planning. Now thanks to TikTok—the Gen-Z video app that popularized “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X—we also have a
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It’s tempting to play it safe when choosing a new coat. Black goes with everything, navy is classic, grey always looks smart. But in this day and age, is that the best we can do? There’s a whole spectrum of colour out there, from pastel to primary, but unless you’re reading this from the school
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Jeff Spicer/BFCGetty Images When one hears “the ’90s are back,” it’s generally not the 1890s. But Simone Rocha took us there with her Spring 2020 collection, which married gauzy gowns and encrusted pearl headbands with lace shorts, organza pants, and some very sharp pajama bottoms. EstropGetty Images Both a gender bend and an allusion to
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Whether they’re re-inventing themselves for a role, going for a post-baby or pre-wedding switch-up, or just pulling a Kylie Jenner (a.k.a. changing their hair colour the way some people change underwear), celebs from the A to Z lists are making some big hair decisions this year, and we can’t get enough of their of-the-minute hair
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Dimitrios KambourisGetty Images Here’s a surprise fashion month hair change: Kendall Jenner was photographed walking Burberry’s London Fashion Week show with blonde hair. This is Jenner’s first runway show this season; she did not walk shows in New York, although she attended New York Fashion Week events there. Ian West – PA ImagesGetty Images Ian
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In celebration of author, physical trainer, life coach, and relationship expert, Aviva Reimer’s life altering book, “Becoming the Total Package” recently released and already on its way to becoming a best seller, she is giving the world a chance to pick up a copy for only 99 cents for an October 1, 2019 delivery date.
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Summer is all well and good, but when it comes to dressing well, it’s a bit of a bore. Roof terraces, outdoor pools and BBQs are great, but clothes choices for such occasions are limited. Short-sleeved tops, shorts, and sneakers or loafers are pretty much all we’ve got to work with. Which is why when
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Stuart Wilson/BFCGetty Images Like hurt puppies and drunk Tinder swipers, fashion needs some self-protection right now. That feels especially true in London, where Brexit is more on-again-off-again than a Bachelor in Paradise romance, and environmental protests are hardcore, sincere, and—in the face of the climate crisis—impossible to discount. Tristan Fewings/BFCGetty Images Into the storm rides
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If you spend even a cursory amount of time looking at the more discerning end of menswear, you’ll have noticed one country dominating. Whether you’re obsessing over cult workwear brands, following Instagram accounts like @clutchmagazinejapan, or noticing how much money you can self-justify spending on a single pair of jeans, then you’re under the influence
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Beams Plus Knitted Rugby Shirt Japanese menswear don Beams Plus has torn the rule-book in two with this sportswear-influenced rugby shirt mashed together with an ol’ winter favourite the wooly jumper. It’s a tidy number that will work wonders as a preppy alternative to a cotton-button down underneath your office-ready blazer. Peak Ametora for those
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Sixty-six years ago today, Jacqueline Bouvier floated down the aisle of a Newport, Rhode Island, church in ivory silk-taffeta to wed her handsome then-junior senator fiancé John F. Kennedy. The portrait-neckline gown, with its full bouffant skirt, has been indelibly etched in sartorial history as one of the most iconic wedding-day looks of all time,
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There are many things most men won’t admit too: extra-marital affairs (understandably), being a poor fighter (boardroom or back alley) and owning, wearing or even considering concealer. Despite the latter being the most innocent of the lot, most guys would rather be caught trousers-down than seen dabbing a finger into a pot of make-up. Yet,
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What do you do when you don’t know something? That’s one question that you don’t have to Google the answer to. Quick-drawing your phone is practically a reflex. So it’s not surprising that for a googolplex – OK, a lot – of modern men, the Hoover of search engines is their de facto personal stylist. “Hey
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