Month: July 2020

Travis Matthews/Disney Poetry is what Beyoncé presented with her visual album, Black Is King, a magnum opus that highlights the African diaspora—its culture, traditions, and styles. From the sweeping cinematography at picturesque locations across the globe (including South Africa, West Africa, Belgium, London, New York, and Los Angeles) to the cast that includes an array
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Tatcha, Givenchy Parfums, and Glossier In the real world, the idea of walking up to a beauty counter and touching a display product—and then putting it on my face—sends a chill down my spine. I know I’m not alone, which leaves those of us in the beauty world to wonder: where does an industry that’s
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Mythological tales, from Achilles to Dracula, are rooted in immunity. And since medicine’s earliest days, physicians have relied on metaphors—using images like armies, orchestras, communities, weather, and gardens—to try to explain what is, in fact, an extremely complicated system that controls the health and well-being of virtually every aspect of the human body. New York
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Every item on this page was chosen by an ELLE editor. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. Emma McIntyreGetty Images There once was a time when curly-haired beauties flocked to salons to do everything from relaxing treatments to Brazillian blowouts in an effort to flatten out their curls.
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We’re on the tail-end of summer, which means the latest bag drops are happening right now. Shopping between seasons is the perfect time to find a bag that works year-round. It’s when designers like Loewe, Chanel, and Gucci release season-less styles in mixed materials, prints, and more. From silhouettes sourced directly from atelier archives to
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We’ve all been quarantining at home for—checks notes—nearly 5 months at this point. If you could use a well-deserved pick-me-up or a distraction right about now, you’re in luck. We stumbled upon a treasure trove of steeply discounted Everlane staples at Nordstrom Rack. Whether your WFH outfit rotation could use some comfy, new pieces or
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Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Several years ago, a stranger came up to Jill Kargman at a party to say, “Oh my God, I’m a fan.” She assumed they were talking about her Bravo series Odd Mom Out, which drew on Kargman’s experiences as an
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Instagram It’s 2020. We’re masking and we’re matching. Take one scroll through Instagram or the hashtag #maskmakeup and you’ll see beauty pros and novices alike wearing a mask (thank you!) and donning a coordinating eye look. We’ve matched our bra and underwear, we’ve matched our nails and our lipstick, and now it’s time to match
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Courtesy To create a skincare regimen from scratch sometimes requires a years and a long journey of trial-and-error that often comes with a hefty price tag. With the popularization of skincare bundles, testing out bite-sized versions of retinol-infused this and BHA-formulated that makes it easier to round our your skincare lineup with what you know
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The moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived: Rihanna’s Fenty Skin is finally here! After years that felt like decades, the Badgal is changing the game again with an inclusive, gender-neutral line of beauty products. Fenty Skin offers three hero items—Total Cleans’r Remove-It-All Cleanser, Fat Water Pore-Refining Toner Serum, and Hydra Vizor Invisible Moisturizer
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Two years ago, while I was in Vermont for a yoga teacher training, I had my first threesome with a married, cis-het, white couple. I found them on Tinder, as you do. My profile was simple. Me backstage in a tube top dress with a smirky smile. A swimsuit selfie in my friend’s pool. A
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