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Amber Valletta lands the September 2018 cover of ELLE Russia. In front of the lens of Derek Kettela, the blonde model wears a Fendi coat and pants with Cartier jewelry. For the accompanying spread, Amber poses in looks from fall collections. Stylist Ekaterina Mukhina selects designs from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli... [Read More]
Cate Blanchett graces the September 2018 cover of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Photographed by Steven Chee, the actress wears a draped dress from Giorgio Armani. Inside the fashion glossy, Cate poses in elegant dark looks styled by Karla Clarke. The blonde beauty shines in each shot wearing relaxed suiting, form-fitting dresses and statement jewelry. For beauty,... [Read More]
The August 2018 issue of Vogue Taiwan focuses on health for this beauty spread. Captured by Enrique Vega, model Jessica Whitlow soaks up the sun in activewear styles. Sporting visors, bodysuits and arm bands, the blonde channels athleisure chic. Makeup artist Christina Kay works on her sun-kissed beauty look with hair by Erol Karadag.
Americana Manhasset takes to the Greek island of Santorini for its fall-winter 2018 campaign. Photographed and styled by Laspata DeCaro, the advertisements star models Adut Akech and Gabriel-Kane Day Lewis. Captured around the sun-drenched location, Adut poses in designer looks from the women’s autumn collections. The Sudanese-Australian model exudes pure elegance wearing the designs of... [Read More]
A dirty, grimy bike is bad not only for looks, but also the health of the engine and exposed components.

Motorcycles take a lot of punishment out on the open road. Even models that have fairings and other protective coverings over some of their most sensitive components have to endure salt, oil, dust, and dirt while they blast along at highway speeds. All that filth is not only hard to look at when it’s covering up the beautiful paint job of your favorite ride, it’s also damaging. Corrosion from road salts and other grime can wreak havoc on your bike’s inner workings, especially rubber gaskets and wiring connections. That means washing your bike is as necessary for maintenance as it is for the pure joy of having a bright and shiny bike.

If that’s not enough, washing your bike carries another great benefit: it offers an excuse to give your bike an up-close visual inspection that can do wonders as a practice of preventative maintenance. While you’re scrubbing, you can check the chain for signs of wear, make sure the tread on your tires is still good, or look for any oil leaks that might need attention. For all these...

Here are the best chest exercises for building a broad chest and becoming a multi-plate bench press guy, according to personal trainers.
Converse latest collaboration links up with the iconic cartoon character Hello Kitty. The sneaker brand offers up shoes and clothing for adults and kids in unisex styles. The classic Chuck Taylor All Star, Chuck 70 and One Star get updated with playful prints and accents. Choose from high tops in pink to printed low tops... [Read More]
Coral-friendly and rich with antioxidants, these serums are kinder to you and the oceans

Last month, Hawaii became the first US state to ban the sale of sunscreens that include the UV-filtering ingredients oxybenzone and octinoxate (it goes into effect in 2021)—not because they harm wearers (though the EWG might disagree), but because they’re toxic to coral reefs and sea creatures. Coral reefs have already been damaged tremendously by climate change; scientists now have evidence that these specific sunscreen chemicals—when washed off in the ocean—cause further bleaching. What we can do to lessen our environmental impact, beyond wearing rash guards and hats seaside, is to use reef-safe sunscreens. Newly launched brand Vive Sana doesn’t yet offer a body sunscreen, but its two face options are noteworthy for trying to go further than any natural sunscreen has gone before.

Vive Sana uses non-nano uncoated zinc, which is regarded as one of the safest (and most coral-friendly) options available stateside. Unlike sunscreens that use chemical actives like oxybenzone and octinoxate and are absorbed by the skin, mineral sunscreens that use zinc oxide or titanium dioxide work as physical “blockers” by sitting atop the skin like a shield. The latter is the better bet for those with sensitive skin, and Vive Sana has added botanical ingredients (from licorice root and rosemary...

Lauren Moshi is looking for sales associates who can work at either location or Both would be ideal! There is potential to grow in this position! We pay hourly plus commission! If you love Fashion, Art and Selling please email over your resume! Looking to hire someone: Self ...

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Across the country, newspapers big and small are calling for the president to end his attacks on the free press. Drew Magary on why that won't work—and more importantly, what will.

Oftentimes subtle and not necessarily depicting a violent nor gory moment in time, the monumental-horror image still strikes terror into viewers and is a picture that will remain etched inside their brains. Sean T Collins has written an essay about the phenomenon for the Outline—breaking down the different kinds and offering plenty of visual guides. Whether it’s Pennywise standing alone, holding balloons on a deserted street; or the deer head mounted on the wall in Get Out, these images are distressing because they are so ominous. As Collins says, “The monumental-horror image does what ‘here be monsters’ did in maps centuries ago—they mark the border where life as we know it gives way to the terrifying unknown.” Read more at the Outline—and try not to freak out.

With their latest single, “Green Apple,” the members of Guerilla Toss seem to be employing some form of kaleidoscopic songwriting—instruments tumble in and out as colorful sonic shapes form and fall back into pieces. Amidst all the chaos (and discord really) nothing feels outside of the realm of the song. It’s lovable world, fully-formed and catchy. Even as the weirdness ramps up and up, the vocals and synths endear until the very end.

Dates needed: Sept. 30 - Oct. 31, 2018 Greetings From Nashville is a month-long retail pop-up that features the work of Nashville’s thriving fashion, art, food and design scenes. Curated by The Callaway, a Nashville-based communications agency, and held at The Shop at Wythe Hotel throughout the ...

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"I'm doing so well with swatching right now," joked legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath during a Thursday morning event to celebrate the launch of her eponymous brand's forthcoming Mothership V: Bronze Seduction palette — a 10-pan offering of matte, shimmer and glitter jewel-toned shadows — ...

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CONTEXT SKIN is a NYC based beauty brand offering clean unisex beauty products. We have a wide-ranging line of products including skincare, lipsticks, nail lacquers, haircare and candles. Our products are sold in Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, Anthropology and Revolve. We are regularly featured in ...

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From art bars and speakeasies to Southeast Asian and American classics reborn, ten must stop spots from the Motor City

Everyone who visits Detroit wants to tell you about the city’s continued resurgence; perhaps even more so than the residents living through it and making it happen. Much of this fervor comes from the fact that the Motor City houses so many interesting bars and restaurants. And even the more conceptual ones—a macabre speakeasy or multimedia art installation and music venue, for example—deliver on quality. Aside from the exquisite cuts at Prime + Proper, this isn’t a food scene that caters only to steak-and-potatoes appetites. Experimental cuisine crops up on menus all around town. There’s a vibrant emphasis on locally produced ingredients. And regarding design, which now receives its own dedicated month of events, even the most future-forward establishments nod to the city’s illustrious past. In fact, Detroit garnered UNESCO’s first-ever City of Design title in America as much for what’s happening right now as what happened during the automotive boom.

From the exquisite Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney—a well-priced luxury hotel occupying several floors of the iconic David Whitney building, built in 1915—we were able to walk to almost every place on the list below—as well...

Donald Trump's military parade is expected to cost $92 million, but there is no price an unpopular president wouldn't pay to be linked to the troops.
The star of Crazy Rich Asians, Henry Golding, turned his classic blue suit into a summer-ready staple with one simple swap. Crazy-rich guy vibes FTW.
Ever since Gucci sent a pair of high-end tube socks down the runway a few years ago, I've been low-key obsessed with fashion socks. As someone who wears sneakers every day, stocking up on socks is also a necessity. Before, I used to just go for very simple ankle socks, but recently, I've been ...

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Tod's, powerhouse label behind the iconic Gommino loafer launches a new initiative with some slick new kicks.