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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Fashion

Every Name in This Vogue Article Is Insane

Yesterday - The Cut
Vogue, bless their hearts, just published an article titled “An Actress Marries a Prince at a Beautiful Summer Wedding in Bavaria.” If, upon seeing the headline, you also clicked the link so quickly that you may have sprained your wrist, you will be dearly rewarded—because every single attendee at the ... More » by Gabriella Paiella

See the Many Different Faces of the Democratic National Convention

Yesterday - The Cut
The Democratic National Convention was a wild (and historic) ride: There was booing. There were protests. Barack and Michelle Obama rocked our world. And at long last, Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept the Democratic nomination. But it wasn't just big names — plenty of everyday delegates and attendees made up the crowd at W... by Bobby Doherty

Former Fox News Booker Says She Was Sexually Harassed and ‘Psychologically Tortured’ by Roger Ailes for More Than 20 Years

Yesterday - The Cut
The morning after Fox News chief Roger Ailes resigned, the cable network’s former director of booking placed a call to the New York law firm hired by 21st Century Fox to investigate sexual-harassment allegations against Ailes. Laurie Luhn told the lawyers at Paul, Weiss that she had been harassed by ... More » by Gabriel Sherman

Mike Pence Says Roe v. Wade Will Be Overturned If Trump Is Elected

Yesterday - The Cut
Mike Pence has never exactly been at the forefront of women's health. Before he was Donald Trump's vice-presidential nominee, he passed a law in Indiana requiring fetal remains to be cremated or buried, likely at the cost of the patient, whether they were from an abortion or a miscarriage. He's ... More » by Claire Landsbaum

This Quiz Determines How Much Trump Hates You

Yesterday - The Cut
Trump seems committed to his persona of "guy who hates almost everyone" except for the angry white masses he's pandering to, but are you certain you know where you'd stand if a Trump presidency happened to befall us? Were you born in this country, are you a woman, or are ... More » by Dayna Evans

Does Kim Kardashian Eat Like Ernest Hemingway? An Investigation

Yesterday - The Cut
In a promo for the upcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim and Kourtney visit Ernest Hemingway’s house in Cuba, where Kim discovers that she and the late author actually have a lot in common, at least when it comes to body image. As their tour guide explains, ... More » by Anna Silman

Taylor Swift Would Kill for These Lavish Chokers

Yesterday - The Cut
Consider the divided feelings among celebrities on the subject of the choker trend: Taylor Swift's crew wears them together, always. Allison Williams thinks of chokers and sees dead people. Amandla Stenberg wears them for '90s nostalgia (her childhood).But there are more extraordinary chokers and necklaces than the 12 that attended ... by Danielle Cohen

I Put Needles in My Face for Beauty — I Mean Wellness

Yesterday - The Cut
There’s a needle in my peripheral vision. It has to be one of the weirder sensations I’ve experienced, and I used to be heavily involved in the experimental theater world. I’m staring at its thin shadow courtesy of CAP Beauty, a West Village boutique and spa whose slogan is “Wellness ... More » by Véronique Hyland

19 Things to Buy on Amazon to Make Your Life Healthier

Yesterday - The Cut
Living your best, most well life can mean a lot of different things depending on whom you ask. For some, it’s working out really hard, while others focus on finding the right meditation practice. But no matter your philosophy on health and wellness, you still need to buy a few ... More » by Diana Tsui

How Hillary Clinton Appealed to Anyone Who’s Ever Had a Mom

Yesterday - The Cut
On Thursday night, just before Hillary Clinton made history by accepting the Democratic nomination, a video by Shonda Rhimes played on the jumbo screen at the Democratic National Convention. Its purpose was ostensibly to give viewers a better feel for Clinton as a person — as she said in her ... More » by Claire Landsbaum

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