Month: January 2022

In April 2021, Neutrogena launched its newest initiative and a succinct tagline as part of its long-term commitment to addressing the disparities in skincare: “For People With Skin.” Naturally, the official launch video yielded comments questioning the company’s word choice (“Last I checked everyone has skin,” one user wrote). But Neutrogena’s message was clear: skincare
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Bert Stern/Condé Nast/Shutterstock Directly below the Manhattan Bridge, on the mostly-vacant second floor of a Chinatown mall, there is a highly curated array of eveningwear at the vintage mecca James Veloria. When they were first released in the late ’90s and early aughts, many of these garments would have been displayed in gleaming department stores.
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It’s been rumored that Euphoria co-stars Hunter Schafer and Dominic Fike have a behind-the-scenes romance going on, and those rumors have been fueled by some sightings around Hollywood where the pair were holding hands. Most recently, they were spotted leaving restaurant Craig’s, where the Daily Mail says they shared a romantic meal together. Schafer was
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It’s no secret that we spend more time and money on skincare for our face, oftentimes completely neglecting the hands that help our skin look good in the first place. Believe it or not, our hands happen to be one of the first areas to show signs of aging. And with all the excessive hand-washing,
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Courtesy of Dior/Frederique DUMOULIN By definition, haute couture is handmade, from start to finish. The labor-intensive process is hidden in the details, and to the untrained eye, all there is to see is exquisite runway plastered with detailed embroidery, fancy embellishments, and expertise in textile manipulation. But what we rarely think about is the time
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Amy Schneider, an engineering manager from Oakland, California, closed out Jeopardy!’s second-longest consecutive win streak (40 games) on Wednesday, with $1,382,800 in winnings—making her the quiz show’s top female earner and also the first transgender contestant to compete in Tournament of Champions (a competition among Jeopardy!’s top 15 earners from that season). Schneider’s history-making run
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Matteo Rossetti/Getty Images When Oscar Isaac kissed his way up Jessica Chastain’s arm at the Venice Film Festival, he awakened a sea of starved onlookers. Those few seconds on the red carpet quenched the public’s thirst, and they suddenly knew what they’d been missing. The moment tapped into a larger conversation about the dearth of
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Courtesy of Designer Couture season is here, and designers are pulling out all the stops. In fact, most are heading directly for outer space. That’s exactly what Daniel Roseberry, creative director of the French haute couture house Schiaparelli, did for his latest spring-summer 2022 collection. His otherworldly designs turn the cosmos into a religious experience,
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