When people start planning for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, they usually start saving their coins for new TVs, appliances, or that coat at Nordstrom they’ve had their eyes on since September. But what’s not spotlighted enough are all the beauty buys you can snag on the biggest shopping day of the year.
Most of the products that you’d have to step out of your budget to get (like that $60 NARS palette) or the wish list items you resisted (even if Jackie
Turns out picking the right clothes is the least of your worries as a stylist. Your biggest problems are not under your control and you can’t even lash out because whether it’s the client’s fault or the PR firm’s, you need the connection. #ToughLife
After my first job at MTV working as a music programmer, I can’t stop trying to matchmake people with music they might like. So, I wrote a book calledRecord Collecting for Girlsand started interviewing musicians. The Music Concierge is a column where I share music I’m listening to that you might enjoy, with a little context. Get everything I’ve recommended this year on Spotify, follow me on Twitter or Facebook, and leave a comment below telling me what you’re listening to this week.
Australian fashion label Romance Was Born put up a stellar resort line, bringing elements of disco to loungewear in an innovative way. The brand worked with latex, lace, leather and sequins for a look that’s as glam as it is comfortable.
Murral Spring 2018
Dressy loungewear was a big mood during Yusuke Muramatsu and Ayumi Sekiguchi’s spring show. The intricate embroideries and over-the-top use of accents and pleats
While there’s plenty to love about Thanksgiving (No obligation to check email! Dinner at 3:30! Lots of encouraged napping!), the holiday can start to feel a little repetitive year after year: We wake up early to watch the parade, inevitably fight about politics with our extended relatives, then cap off the night counting down the hours until we blow our entire monthly budget on Black Friday sales. Fret not, though, because it’s never too late to hit the refresh button on your Turkey Day celebration.
Public opinion on pubic hair has come a long way since the Renaissance. Back then, south-of-the-border fuzz was thought to be so uncivilized, women used depilatories formulated with arsenic to remove it. (The directions, according to a 1532 recipe: “Wash quickly with hot water so the flesh doesn’t come off.”) Those times, in the best interest of everyone’s skin, are luckily behind us.
Today, the pendulum has swung in the opposite direction