Month: August 2020

Scrolling through the internet can feel like looking at a reflection of our worst instincts, particularly in the amusement park ride gone sideways that is 2020. But then again, there’s Jennifer Garner’s Instagram—a holy grail of her kids’ science experiments, inspiring musical performances, a photo with vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, and a video of
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Courtesy of SHISEIDO Makeup Many know Hunter Schafer as the woman behind Jules Vaughn’s edgy eyeliner and metallic shadow on Euphoria. But beginning in 2021, the actress, model, and activist is stepping into an entirely new role—as Shiseido Makeu’s Global Brand Ambassador. Eudermine Revitalizing Essence (125 ml.) Shiseido dermstore.com $60.00 Details about Schafer’s campaign are
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Christian VierigGetty Images For our first date, James cooked me a summertime feast. Unfortunately, I was allergic to the entire meal and retreated to the bathroom to game-plan. While absentmindedly opening his medicine cabinet (okay, maybe not that absentmindedly), I discovered a shelf of makeup: Nars concealer, Glossier Boy Brow, and Covergirl black eyeliner commingling
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When Allie Goertz encountered Crocs for the first time as a dorky, Wayne’s World-obsessed 13-year old, she instantly despised their bulbous, stippled silhouette. “I remember thinking, ‘They’re so ugly, never in a million years would I wear Crocs,'” she says. Eighteen years later, the musician and writer was self-quarantining at home in Los Angeles due
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Michel DufourGetty Images Ready to give your sweatpants a rest and slip into something more comfortable? Take a page out of Phoebe Philo’s book. She might’ve set the trends at major fashion houses like Céline and Chloé, but her personal uniform is refreshingly simple: A crewneck sweater, slouchy black trousers, and a crisp white pair
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Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. There’s something truly uncanny about looking at fashion week images right now, a reminder that on the streets of Copenhagen, stylish women were just cavorting in cute ensembles and attending runway shows. I’ve been clicking through the slideshows like everyone
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Shopping at Chanel is an experience. To this day, you cannot purchase Chanel ready-to-wear, bags, or jewelry anywhere online (with the exception of consigned pieces not affiliated with the brand). The design house is notorious for giving IRL customers a luxurious look into the world of iconic handbags and french craftsmanship (with a glass of
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If wearing face masks out in public will be a part of our standard operating procedure for the foreseeable future, we might as well do it in style. We’ve been matching our masks to our makeup and matching our masks to our looks. Several designers started making reusable masks early on the pandemic. Now Burberry
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Sandra Mansour’s job is turning dream worlds into dresses. She pulls clouds down to earth via billowing tulle; she sews dawn dew from gardens into glass-beaded gowns. It’s a gift, as they say, but it comes with a cost—like, literally—because the hand-crafted pieces by the Swiss-born, Beirut-based designer are roughly (and rightly) the cost of
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Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a complex mental illness that comes with some misconceptions. One woman who was diagnosed with OCD swore she didn’t have it because she wouldn’t consider herself a “clean” person. “For a long time, my brain associated wanting things clean and organized with having obsessive-compulsive disorder,” she wrote for POPSUGAR. The therapist
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