Month: November 2020

In the sphere of beauty, there’s nothing more personal than fragrance. It’s a first impression, a mood, a lingering feeling—your scent is like your second skin. Citrus, floral, spice—this unique trifecta of notes are all embodied in our latest fragrance obsession: GUESS Seductive Noir. The most recent installment in the brand’s fragrance offering is the
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Fox’s The Masked Singer features everything that makes a weird and wacky show weird and wacky: costumes with multiple components, a judge (Ken Jeong) who always has an outlandish thing to say, and characters with names that sound fake. An example? Whatchamacallit. Tonight, Group B will perform for the third time during season 4, and
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Episode four of The Crown season 4, titled “Favourites,” delves into the fraught dynamics between Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and their four children: Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward. After learning that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s “favorite” child, Mark, has gone missing, the queen starts reflecting on who her own favorite is. She agonizes over
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Before Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was sworn into Congress as the youngest woman to ever serve in the legislative body, she was already expounding the values of thrift shopping. “There’s so much pressure to present ourselves in the world a certain way, and, sometimes, that means looking a lot more expensive than what you can afford in
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Though this holiday season bears little resemblance to years past, we remain committed to merriment and style. Our gift-giving spirit? Fully intact. And for the sartorially-minded, festive style essentials are key. This year, think party-at-home pieces like coordinating sets and sleek accessories to replace a strict lineup of cocktail dresses and heels. Don’t worry—dialed-up details
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In 2020, supporting fashion with a purpose has never felt better. That’s the idea behind Balmain’s (Balmain)RED B-Court sneakers—a limited-edition launch that benefits The Global Fund‘s fight against HIV/AIDS and COVID-19. Designed by creative director Olivier Rousteing, the unisex accessory continues a long-standing partnership with the Global Fund and (RED) to provide funding and resources
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. If there was an overarching theme to this fashion season, it was that seasons themselves no longer matter. What with Prada riffing on its hit ’90s prints, Coach reissuing pieces from recent seasons—as recent as fall 2020—and even fledgling designers reimagining
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The Crown‘s fourth season is stuffed with highly anticipated dramatizations of famous moments, but two of the most notable—Charles and Diana’s engagement, and their wedding—take place largely off-camera. Charles’s proposal unfolds secondhand, through a delightful sequence of intercut phone conversations between Charles, the queen, Princess Margaret, Princess Anne, and the Queen Mother. From those conversations,
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“Gold Stick,” the first episode of season 4 of The Crown, depicts the moment Margaret Thatcher became prime minister of the United Kingdom in 1979. “We don’t count our chickens before they hatch, and we don’t count No. 10 Downing Street before it’s Thatched,” Gillian Anderson, as Thatcher, says in the episode. The first woman
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