Month: December 2020

Reg LancasterGetty Images Visionary French fashion designer Pierre Cardin died on Tuesday at age 98, the French Academy of Fine Arts confirmed on Twitter. “The Perpetual Secretary, Laurent Petitgirard, and the members of the Academy of Fine Arts are deeply saddened to announce the death of their colleague Pierre Cardin. He had been elected on
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Photography: Travis ShinnThis Canadian rock band’s glorious manes aren’t the only things turning heads. Their socially conscious lyrics shine a spotlight on First Nations. By Natasha Bruno Date December 29, 2020 Facebook Twitter Buoyant, shoulder-grazing tresses are a prominent feature of Crown Lands, the genre- bending psych-blues rock band comprising Cody Bowles and Kevin Comeau.
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Ready for some HIIT? In this episode of POPSUGAR’s House Call, our host Jeanette Jenkins, creator of The Hollywood Trainer Club, is joined by none other than Grammy-award-winning artist Alicia Keys for a seven-move high-intensity interval training workout that’ll ignite your whole body. It lasts 10 minutes, but you can repeat the circuit for a
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For trailblazing women like Skylar Diggins-Smith, Elliott Sailors, and Ezinma, shattering the glass ceiling isn’t so much a call to action as it is a way of life. Whether they’re breaking the boundaries of athletic achievement, redefining the societal standards of beauty, or reinventing a classical sound, respectively these women have each found a way
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Photography courtesy of Instagram/@lidopimienta.Watch for major wardrobe inspo from these names next year. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date December 28, 2020 Facebook Twitter No matter what musical genres you’re into, there’s a certain allure to the outfits musicians wear; they are a constant source of dress-up dreams. As we head into 2021, here are 21
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Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross is on top of the world. Her acclaimed performance as Dr. Rainbow Johnson has taken the veteran actress to never-before-seen heights. After winning a Golden Globe and garnering an Emmy nomination, Tracee graciously invites Vogue into her home to take a shot at answering 73 Questions. Still haven’t subscribed to
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Toronto-based photographer Michael Kai Young reimagines holiday dressing without the boundaries of what society considers to be masculine and feminine fashion. By Victoria DiPlacido Date December 24, 2020 Facebook Twitter “The boundaries of what we consider ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ fashion are these arbitrary ideas that were made up at one point in time,” says Toronto-based
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After a long wait,Wonder Woman 1984 hit the WarnerMedia streaming service and theaters on Christmas Day. As The Wrap notes, it’s the first Warner Bros. film to be released on a streaming site at the same time as its theater release date with no extra cost to viewers. That’s exciting news, but after watching the
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in a he iconic 1962 Cartier Tank watch. (Photo: Getty) Nathalie Atkinson discovers how to move forward with starting a watch collection. By Nathalie Atkinson Date December 26, 2020 Facebook Twitter Are you thinking about buying a watch? As a beautiful object and as a metaphor, the wristwatch may be the ultimate
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