Month: July 2019

As you look ahead to the never-ending 2020 election that stretches before us, you might be anxious to finally cast a vote and declare your allegiance for one of the candidates you’ve been following over the past few months. The good news: Your chance is slowly but surely coming. Starting in February, states will begin
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There aren’t many things better than waking up, seeing the sun beating down and planning a trip to the beach. Although decisions like this can be made on a whim, it pays to be prepared when hitting the coast. If you’re making a day of it, you’re going to need a decent beach outfit as
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BRENDAN SMIALOWSKIGetty Images The debates are back! On Tuesday night, 10 Democratic presidential candidates took the stage in Detroit, Michigan, to debate, gesticulate, and attempt to squeeze their lengthy answers into very limited time frames. The candidates on stage (who included Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, John Delaney, John Hickenlooper, Tim Ryan, Steve Bullock, Marianne Williamson,
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Few things are likely to link French emperors, A-list actors, grunge icons and dads on the nursery run – least of all a top originally used to identify people on sinking boats. Nonetheless, attracting wearers as diverse as these has been one of the Breton top’s most notable achievements. Once the exclusive preserve of sailors,
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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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It’s often assumed that money is the ticket to great style. However, you only need to look at Jeremy Clarkson, Donald Trump, John Travolta, Quentin Tarantino, Dennis Rodman and every member of NSYNC circa 2000 (so. much. hair gel.) to see that really, really, isn’t the case. In fact, with the right know-how, the opposite
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Pascal Le SegretainGetty Images Eric Reads The News is a daily humor column which skewers politics, pop culture, celebrity, shade, and schadenfreude. . Kristen Stewart—celebrity icon, acting icon, DGAF icon, getting out of panic rooms icon, hair icon, personifying the way all of us feel about Cate Blanchett icon—has come out at decidedly anti-ghost in
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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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It’s been over a decade since hip-hop megastar Tyler the Creator burst onto the scene as the head honcho in Los Angeles rap group Odd Future. The band and movement around them was an incendiary whirlwind of smelly teen spirit, grungy, bass-driven beats and skatewear. Lots of skatewear. But this was skatewear in 2007. Before
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James Bartle founded Outland Denim after watching the film Taken. By Jacquelyn Francis Date July 30, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter It’s not often you hear someone say “Liam Neeson changed my life.” But that’s basically what happened to James Bartle, founder of Australia’s Outland Denim. The former freestyle motocross rider was rocked by the 2008 action
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