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From the hate-driven mother in Perception, to the yoga-class attending Liz in Three For the Road and the mob-boss no one wants to cross in Paper, actor Linda Collins is living her best life. Audiences might not like her characters, but they will surely remember them. Based in New York City, Collins was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and
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There’s not much – if anything – about Migrant Motel’s “Shame” that would qualify as typical by mainstream standards. For example, take the hook in the chorus; David Stewart is pushing the vocal track hard into the synths in the background, but their clash is anything but discordant. They’re fused as one, peppered with a
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Summoning the spirit of 2000’s hardcore, Dallas, Texas band Nygma has established a reputation for surrealistic lyrics, unorthodox guitar melodies, unpredictable shifts in tempo and rhythm, and wild stage presence. Burnie, Colten, and Caleb have been playing music together for close to 16 years, they’ve been in other bands together as well as touring the
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Ideally, a collaboration between two artists teaches us something about both performers and what they have to share in a unique capacity. In the right circumstances, a track like “Buttercup” would have us get to know another side of Little Hurt that simply wasn’t accessible before coming into the same studio as a veteran performer
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In case you missed it on Instagram, Fashion Trust Arabia held its fourth annual FTA Prize Award ceremony last night. The international fashion set, including Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid, and even Janet Jackson flocked to Qatar’s capital of Doha to join the festivities alongside Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, honorary chair of FTA, founder
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Messer are living up to their promising handle and executing one of the sickest, slickest, and most stylish rock tracks that you’re going to hear this quarter in their official new single “Unfvckwitable.” Using a sonic vortex that originates from a sizzling bassline, “Unfvckwitable” sees its creators using every weapon in their war chest to
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I wear denim nearly every single day. I’ve always been a blue-jean lover, but there’s something about working in the freelance world that truly requires the type of go-anywhere uniform denim provides. I’m a fashion writer and editor as well as co-owner of an antique and estate jewelry company, which means my days are filled
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Nobody embodies The American Dream quite like Ralph Lauren. The designer is indisputably the king of East Coast prep, defining and redefining the meaning of casual sportswear for over half a century. Yet he also does Old Hollywood glamour flawlessly, with classic, timeless, and, of course, sexy pieces. His love of both New York and
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Courtesy of Hotel Il Pellicano The hotel lobby gift shop was once a catchall for eminently skippable souvenirs. But lately, travelers to some of the world’s most stylish destinations are coming home with something a cut above the standard souvenir T-shirt. “The age of the $40 Hawaiian shirt while staying in an $800-a-night room is
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We all have them—clothes that make us just feel happy and seem to bring good fortune. Sure, dressing up can feel fun and fancy, but when it comes down to it, daily go-tos like denim are what support us sartorially when we need it most. And if we believe they bring great luck? Even better.
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It’s been an extraordinary year for Moncler—and we’re just getting started. The storied Italian brand, known for its uber-luxurious jackets and puffers, is celebrating 70 years with the “Extraordinary Forever” campaign, honoring its heritage and our planet while keeping a close eye on the future. The 70-day rollout of celebrations kicked off with an epic
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The news was unavoidable: Back in March 2002, the couple that wore the world’s most memorable denim-on-denim red carpet looks—Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake— had broken up. While pop fans mourned, Spears was papped shortly after the split gripping a to-go coffee cup and sporting a baby blue Juicy Couture tee emblazoned with the phrase
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Google just quietly launched its first-ever smartwatch—and the sleek circular design just might make it the chicest piece of wearable tech on the market. Last night at the Made by Google event in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg, the tech giant unveiled the new Pixel Watch. Despite sunny weather outside, turns out, the watch face was inspired by
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When Rianne Van Rompaey was 17, and her agent asked her about her dreams, she didn’t hold back: a magazine cover, a Hollywood movie. “And maybe after that,” she recalls answering, “I’ll start a restaurant.” Though her response had a ring of teenage naïveté to it, the Dutch model, now 26, has checked magazine covers
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Layered fabrics. Rich details. Regal accessories. Fashion is undoubtedly enjoying a moment of maximalism and celebration. But lately, there’s one key element of this over-the-top mode of dressing that feels new: the color black. At Burberry this season, models sported sculpted tailoring layered head-to-toe, with a healthy dose of quilted jackets worn over utilitarian coats.
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Alicia Siemens shoves her arm back into the sagging sack of flannel and graphic T-shirts to pull a periwinkle something out of the stack. She holds it up against her chest to reveal a floral-print peasant dress circa 1970s. “There’s some staining,” she says, touching a yellowing lace collar, “But we should be able to
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