Month: September 2020

Back in August, InTouch claimed that summer 2019’s most smitten, make–out–everywhere couple Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes were taking “a break from each other.” Cabello and Mendes were longer quarantined together in Miami like they were in the spring—and weren’t really posting about each other on social media, either. Cabello flew back to London to
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Just when you thought 2020 had no surprises left, Biden Beauty enters the chat. The latest beauty venture isn’t associated with presidential nominee Joe Biden himself, although he and Harris have reportedly given the mystery brand their seal of approval, according to Fashionista. Instead, it’s backed by a mystery figure with a political agenda. Courtesy
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This year has offered a rare opportunity for many artists to slow down, reflect on what they value most, and delve deeper into their creative process. “Coming up for air,” (followed by a turtle emoji) is how rising star, Oyinda, describes the current state of her creativity in an Instagram bio. But for the London-bred,
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Photography by Vai Yu Law.“Joy was a big word for me when I was designing this collection.” By Odessa Paloma Parker Date September 30, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter When Sammi Smith, founder of the Toronto-based loungewear label Soft Focus, began designing looks for the brand’s Fall 2020 offering, she didn’t know what kind of world we’d
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Because you need something cozy and fluffy to get you through the cooler months Step aside, Cottagecore. Hikercore, with its luxuriously flouffy fleece and shaggy sherpa pieces, is here to save you from the autumn blues. And while you don’t even need to hike (or even leave the house) to enjoy these stylish but functional
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I’m all for arming yourself with the proper hiking gear — and some that’s unexpected, too — but sometimes, you can’t afford to outfit yourself with an entire wardrobe just for a new sport. And when it comes to what to wear while hiking, I’ve found that my favorite workout leggings can be just as
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Netflix’s Ratched welcomes an engaging cast of characters to tell the story of Nurse Mildred Ratched (Sarah Paulson), and one of Lucia State Hospital’s most infamous residents is Charlotte Wells (Sophie Okonedo), a character struggling with multiple personality disorder. Throughout the series, Okonedo channels several different personas, including a boxer, a baby, and the hospital’s
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Maria Grazia Chiuri wants us to heal. The creative director reflected on moving through a world battling with COVID-19, and explored how fashion fits into our new reality. “We are traversing a period of crisis that is radically transforming behaviors, habits and rituals,” the brand stated in its press release. “Our spirits have changed, as
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Photograph courtesy of Jacinta Kanakaratnam. Design by Danielle Campbell.Welcome to My Story, our series dedicated to creatives of colour and their paths to success. By championing these diverse stories and backgrounds, we hope that our understanding of the cultural conversations around beauty and fashion will expand and that respect for our differences will flourish. By
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Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty ImagesWhether you’re looking for a little nostalgia or all things new, these shows have got something for everyone. By Maddison Glendinning Date September 29, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter It’s been a busy couple of months for Apple – from the release of two new Apple Watch models to the announcement of its
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Eric Reads The News is a daily humor column which skewers politics, pop culture, celebrity, shade, and schadenfreude. . On Sunday evening the New York Times released a damning report summarizing years of investigation and reporting on Donald Trump’s financial situation, which is, apparently, a whole mess. (I’m paraphrasing.) Sunday’s bombshell article was only the
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