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W​ith the opportunities digital media continues to present, there are many influencers we can choose to follow who teach us something and help us live better, more fulfilling lives. As the scale of influence and social media continue to broaden, many influencers are finding that their audiences are looking towards engagement as a form of entertainment and education in our digitally charged world. Two thousand twenty has been a year for the books. As we
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On Oscar night 1976, Milos Forman’s drama One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest cemented its place in the zeitgeist. An adaptation of Ken Kesey’s powerful novel about patients on a 1960s psychiatric ward, the film swept all five top categories at the Academy Awards, a feat which no other movie had managed in more than forty years. One of those top five categories was Best Actress, which went to Louise Fletcher for her performance as
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It wasn’t supposed to be this way. In another dimension—the one where science isn’t “an opinion,” where health is a human right, where Quibi is the name of a celebrity baby instead of, like, whatever it is—Fashion Week would be moving right along. There would be triumphs and trends, breakout faces wearing sponsored mascara, and the occasional “that didn’t need to be a show” sigh from weary editors on a micro-drip of cold brew and
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George PimentelGetty Images Last week, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston participated in a fundraiser-table-read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, which means they had the attention of every fan who has been watching closely to see if they’ll get back together. On Friday, Lili Reinhart, who had her recent public breakup from Cole Sprouse, tweeted her thoughts about those fans: “Unpopular opinion: can we just leave Jennifer and Brad alone? Stop analyzing their every move
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Fernanda CalfatGetty Images From hot takes on the buzziest fashion shows and the latest happenings in the industry to Outfit of the Day pictures, Antoine Gregory’s Twitter account @bibbygregory has always served as a window into his mind. And at its forefront? Black designers—always. As one of the few Black students in his design class at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, Gregory has long been keenly aware of the need for more Black faces
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