Month: December 2017

Meghan Markle attended her first royal Christmas with Prince Harry and his family yesterday, dressed in a camel Sentaler coat, small brown Chloé bag, Stuart Weitzman boots, Birks diamond snowflake earrings, gloves, and a fancy fascinator-like brown hat by Philip Treacy. This ensemble, or at least the items for which Just Jared found prices, is
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Per Kardashian tradition, Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kris Jenner, and the whole gang celebrated the holidays at their annual Christmas Eve party last night. There are Kardashian birthday parties, and then there are Kardashian holiday parties, which this year was a whole new level of extra. Seriously, just look at the lights: Advertisement – Continue
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Today, Christmas!, Meghan Markle attended church service with her fiancé, Prince Harry, and his family, aka the QUEEN. Chic! British! This was the first time Markle was photographed with her future brother and sister-in-law, Prince William and Kate Middleton, and, again, THE QUEEN. So! Perhaps a little bit of pressure in the OMGWHATDOIWEAR department. Luckily,
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Meghan Markle attended her first royal Christmas service with her fiancé Prince Harry today—and had her first public meeting with the Queen herself. Markle and Harry were photographed greeting her, with Markle and Kate Middleton curtsying as is courtesy. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Getty Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Getty Queen Elizabeth
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1 Fifty Most Beautiful People at the Factory The calibre of guests at Andy Warhol’s Fifty Most Beautiful People party is legendary—everyone from Edie Sedgwick to Judy Garland, Rudolf Nureyev, Allen Ginsberg, and Tennessee Williams was there. Held in the pop artist’s fabled Midtown Manhattan Factory in 1965, guests dabbled in a heady smorgasbord of
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When I approached Marie Dutton Brown’s Sugar Hill, Harlem brownstone on a recent Tuesday evening, I wasn’t sure what to expect — but I knew I had to look presentable. The iconic editor and literary agent is one of the most well-known and respected African American gatekeepers in the publishing industry. She’s a living legend
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Laurie Sparham/Focus Features Like a nuclear device stealthily deployed in the final moments of this year’s Oscar-nomination wars, Phantom Thread was quietly targeted for release on Christmas Day; its detonation will long be remembered among movie geeks. For one thing, it’s apparently the valedictory performance of Daniel Day-Lewis, who announced his retirement from the silver
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Jennifer Lawrence, Kardashian superfan, has outdone herself this time. When she and close friend/Kardashian momager, Kris Jenner, were talking about the holidays, Kris casually dropped that she would like a Porsche for the occasion. And Jenn delivered—technically. “My BFF #Jenniferlawrence asked me what i wanted for Christmas and of course I said a Porsche, DUH.
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Welcome to the 12 Days of Thirstmas: an extensive examination of all things thirst-worthy in the world of entertainment. Forget parched-ness in a pear tree, if you’ve been good this year (and especially if you’ve been naughty), treat yourself to a wide variety of dudes who don’t just look good in photos, but in GIFs,
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Ryan Reynolds is a hilarious human, a gifted actor, and a thoroughly mediocre Christmas cookie maker. We have Blake Lively to thank for that last bit of info. The actress lovingly trolled her husband’s less-than-perfect cookie creations on Instagram. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below “@vancityreynolds made some Christmas cookies… 😳 …He’s verrry handsome though,” she
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Greenwich Village in the 1960s was the hub of revival in art, music, politics, literature, and ideas. This was the time and place of Bob Dylan, of Allen Ginsberg, of Andy Warhol, of The Velvet Underground, of protests against the Vietnam War, and the Stonewall Riots. These are the photos that tell the story of
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Princess Michael of Kent sparked controversy this week when she attended the Queen’s Christmas luncheon wearing an offense blackamoor broach. Blackamoor jewelry depicts ebony figurines, usually in positions of servitude and they’re racially insensitive and inappropriate in any situation. Critics of the choice were quick to point out that it was particularly insensitive given that
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It’s almost 2018, and with the new year comes a brand new crop of movies. From the female-led Ocean’s 8 to the much-anticipated A Wrinkle in Time, here are 16 movies you’re going to want to see in the new year. 1. A Wrinkle in Time Who’s in it? Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Mindy Kaling,
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Courtesy of Paramount Picture Downsizing, the latest offering by the consistently excellent Alexander Payne (Election, Sideways, The Descendants), seems preternaturally of-the-moment—especially considering that Payne and his collaborator, Jim Taylor, have been working on the project for more than 10 years. “The issues that get touched upon are not new ones, but I think recent events
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Belle and Sebastian are overachievers! Their latest musical offering isn’t one measly album—it’s three EPs that not only give us more of the Glaswegian band’s signature mellow, sweet pop, but can also actually help you through tough times. That is, if the title—How to Solve Our Human Problems—is to be believed. Advertisement – Continue Reading
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On the one hand, there’s already too much great TV to catch up with. On the other hand, 2018’s new series are getting me so pumped I’m trying to figure out if I can get by on just four hours of sleep a night. Sounds doable, right? Here are the new TV offerings we’re most
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Suffice it to say, this past year has felt like a high-speed, never-ending rollercoaster ride. Starting in January, women showed up in record numbers to march for social change, and the momentum never stopped. Women fought for their healthcare, their seats in government and their right to stand up against sexual harassment and sexual assault.
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