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2020, amiright? Model BFFs JoJa get real about how their industry has shifted this year and why they’ll continue to speak up for social justice If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that the status quo doesn’t quite cut it anymore (and really, it never should have). In a year marked by crises—including the COVID-19 pandemic, and widespread anti-Black racism and police brutality—there have been moments of reckoning, and change, in many industries.  One industry impacted
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David Hume KennerlyGetty Images Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, beloved liberal Supreme Court justice and champion of women’s rights, passed away today due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer, the court announced, via CNN. Immediately after the news broke, celebrities and politicians paid tribute to RBG’s life and legacy. Here, their posts commemorating her. Jennifer Aniston “This is so devastating for our country: Thank you for everything you did… Rest in power, RBG.” Instagram Instagram Katherine
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The Savage x Fenty fashion show will soon be back and better than ever. In a video uploaded today, Rihanna and Amazon announced that the mogul’s extravagant presentation highlighting her hit namesake intimates line is indeed presenting Volume 2 this year—on October 2 to be exact. Featuring Rihanna in a protective face mask and shield strutting backstage in preparation for the show, the short teaser also revealed the stellar lineup of high-profile talent that will
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In a surprise to literally no one, Beyoncé is the inspo for fall’s biggest hair colour trend. Back in June 2019, Queen Bey set social feeds on fire after posting a selfie of herself rocking her perfectly coiffed honey waves with a new strip of face-framing blonde. Hairstylists dubbed the look the “money piece” and now, sometime later, it’s squarely earned a spot as one of the most sought-after hair looks . In recent months,
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Updated post, 9/5/2020 If you, like me, spent the first part of quarantine watching Gossip Girl on Netflix and actually miss hearing “Good morning, Upper East Siders,” then you’re in luck. HBO’s reboot of the show will begin filming in New York City this fall, Variety confirms. A Warner Bros. spokesperson told Variety that shooting will start in October and will be set eight years after the original series’ 2009 finale. The show will feature
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