Month: June 2018

Melania Trump doesn’t say much. The office of the first lady is a big platform, one that has been used over the years by various first ladies to advocate for such worthy causes as early childhood education reform (Laura Bush), improving healthcare (Hillary Clinton), and supporting veterans (Michelle Obama). In May, Melania Trump formally announced
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In the wake of Trump’s zero tolerance policy against migrant families, the U.S. government reported Friday that nearly 2,000 migrant children—who are reportedly being held in cages at government facilities—were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border between April 19 and May 31 of this year. Citizens, celebrities, and First Ladies alike have all
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I pride myself on taking really good care of my skin, and I usually get compliments on how well the texture of it looks and feels. However, this past spring, meteorite-like clusters of acne spread like wildfire on my back. What’s worse: It all started spiraling just weeks before the start of summer a.k.a. the
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We’ve all been transported elsewhere by an odor: the scent of magnolia in New Orleans, an ex-lover’s cologne on the G train, faded perfume embedded into a sweater. Our olfactory memories are specific and visceral, because scent is the sense most tied to our memory and emotion. Perfume, like our clothes or jewelry or hairstyle,
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This afternoon, while Selena Gomez is still off vacationing in Italy, her friend Petra Collins unveiled the singer’s latest work: a new horror short for IGTV, Instagram’s new long video platform. Remember how nightmare-inducing the “Fetish” music video was? This teaser is in that same style, full of disturbing imagery of Gomez sucking on an
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President Trump just signed an executive order regarding the administration’s policy of separating families once they’ve illegally crossed into the country. According to NBC, the order would allow for families to be held in immigration detention together. Parents with children will also now be given precedence in immigration proceedings. The order will not end the
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Meredith Jenks/Trunk Archive Way back in 1995, Clueless made Paul Rudd the thinking woman’s crush, and while he basically hasn’t aged since, his characters have grown up. He was the Everyman (Everyhusband?) in Knocked Up and This Is 40. He’s also Marvel’s charming oddball, Ant-Man, a character grounded in his love for his daughter, who’s
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Dear E. Jean: Okay, so earlier this year I was hit by a thunderbolt. Twice. It was love at first sight and second sight (and every sight). I’m at a marketing company. He’s at an ad agency. The relationship between our two firms has not gone well, and other than seeing him at two meetings—there
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To little surprise, Khloé Kardashian will talk about the Tristan Thompson scandal publicly…on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, multiple sources have confirmed to Us Weekly. “It will definitely be brought up, but they don’t know how much,” one source close to the family said. “They can film hours about it, but in the end, Khloé
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Getty ImagesChris Polk/VMN18 As always, this year’s MTV Movie Awards provided no shortage of memorable fashion, beauty, and pop culture moments. But celebrities continued to use the award show platform to also get political, speaking up about inclusion and acceptance across races and sexualities, LGBTQ rights, and cyberbullying. Here, the standout moments of the night.
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Summer is finally here and we plan to set up ‘out of office’ auto-reply every chance we get. Upgrade your travel style with a chic carryall that says “I’m an adult”—even if your weekend is filled with questionable decisions. Currently, we’re eyeing Land’s End’s latest dip into their archives, a minimalist’s dream carryon, and more
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Brittany Kaiser was a sophomore in college when she got an opportunity she couldn’t pass up. She wasn’t one of those kids who grew up thinking they were destined for politics—she actually wanted to be an archaeologist—but she fell in love with it during high school, after volunteering on Howard Dean’s 2004 presidential campaign. Three
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Mamma Mia, here we go again. (Sorry, couldn’t resist.) But there’s going to be a sequel to your favorite ABBA musical-turned-movie musical—and that’s the actual title! In case you’ve forgotten, Mamma Mia! hit theaters in 2008, starring Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried as a mother–daughter pair who break out into ’70s Swedish pop hits at
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Both NBA player Ben Simmons and Gigi Hadid’s younger brother (and Jenner’s CFDA Awards after party makeout buddy) Anwar Hadid are vying for Kendall Jenner’s affection this summer—but Simmons seems to have stepped up his game publicly. Simmons took Jenner to Erewhon Market, a high-end health food store in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon, according
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