Month: January 2020

1339 Back in the Middle Ages in Europe, women’s everyday dresses were typically full and forgiving enough to readily double as maternity wear. It wasn’t until the early 14th century, when silhouettes started to follow the female form a bit more, that specific design elements were introduced to make clothing more pregnancy-friendly.
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Photography via Gijsbert Hanekroot/GettyThe late singer’s impact on the worlds of fashion and music is obvious with this new line-up. By Sarah Mariotti Date January 15, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The iconic David Bowie built up a reputation for impressive statement looks throughout his life and career. His inimitable style pushed boundaries – from androgynous glam to
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You don’t need a calendar to know it’s time for New Year’s resolutions. Just swing by a gym the first week of January and you’ll know from the resolution-ready crowd getting their sweat on and taking up the treadmills that you’re not the only one who is determined to lose some weight and get stronger
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Mei Kawahiri, founder of Nails by Mei, is backstage with Travis Scott at a fashion shoot for “CR Fashion or Harper’s Bazaar or something” she says, and she has a question for him. It’s the kind of question that’s been asked at many a sleepover: “Do you want to do nail art?’” The shoot hasn’t
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Every awards season, dozens of gowns roll out onto the red carpet: metallic, sheer, strapless, backless…you name it. But only a few are sartorial standouts to last the ages. From Taraji P. Henson’s new take on Old Hollywood in 2017 to Gwyneth Paltrow foreshadowing Millennial Pink in 1999, here are the most iconic dresses in
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Bracelets for men are having somewhat of a renaissance, with the likes of Jaden Smith, Spike Lee and Timothée Chalamet all stacking their wrists with them. But before you start braiding friendship bands with your BFF, there are some things you might want to think about. With that in mind, FashionBeans has pulled together this:
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The WNBA and the WNBA Player’s Association announced a tentative new collective bargaining agreement today that they hope will represent a turning point in professional women’s sports. The broad eight-year deal outlines major changes across the board, from significant salary increases to maternity benefits. Top players will see their base salaries increased from $117,500 to
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