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20 Jul

10 Easy Halloween Costumes That Are All About The Hairstyle

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For those last-minute costume party invites.

We've all got that friend. The one who starts spitballing next year's Halloween costume ideas on November 1 and spends the next 365 days deciding on the perfect character, picking out looks, assembling costume pieces, and practicing their styling until the big day finally rolls around and they can blow everybody else at the costume party out of the water. Jerks. We love the hardcore costume mavens; after all, when are we going to get a chance to show off our Princess Leia bun-skills if not Halloween? But we also know what it's like to be too busy to get around to handcrafting our own chainmail or applying full-body Gamora green before "The Monster Mash" starts playing...
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19 Jul

Cara Delevingne Wore A Futuristic Naked Dress To The Valerian Premiere Last Night


As Cara Delevingne continues her foray into acting, her style hasn't skipped a beat. The model-turned-actress' red carpet streak continues on a strong note as she promotes her latest film project, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, a Luc Besson-directed sci-fi adventure where she plays one of two special agents assigned with saving the universe when serious danger falls. (No big deal.)
With the visually stunning film's obvious sci-fi themes in mind—space, aliens and intergalactic technology abound—Delevingne tipped her hat to the movie with her outfit at the Los Angeles premiere last night. The 24 year old stepped out in an Iris van Herpen couture dress—a silver sheer number—that served futuristic, robotic and outer space vibes all at once.

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19 Jul

Rihanna Dressed Like Your New Favorite Fairytale At The ‘Valerian’ Premiere

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If you thought the millennial pink craze was on its way out, don't hold your breath: Rihanna just invented the It color all over again. Arriving to the Hollywood premiere of Valerian, the singer-turned-bad-gal-turned-actress was a millennial pink dream in a Giambattista Valli Couture gown and lace-up Manolo Blahnik heels.

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Getty Images

Looking equal parts Disney princess and high-fashion ballerina, Riri's cascading pink train stole the show as she walked the red carpet.

It even had its own handler to make sure it looked flawless every step of the way:

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Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage

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12 Jun

10 Expert-Approved Secrets to Saving Money at Disney

LIVE WITH KELLY AND MICHAEL -2/21/13 - “LIVE with Kelly and Michael” hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan broadcast four shows from the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.  The special broadcasts will air Monday, February 18-Thursday, February 21, 2013.  The Emmy-winning talk show airs each weekday morning in national syndication and is distributed by Disney-ABC Domestic Television. (Photo by Todd Anderson/ABC via Getty Images)

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Dreaming of a Disney adventure? Want to cast spells at Hogwarts? These days, it doesn’t come cheap.
As our investigations estimating what it really costs to bring a family to Walt Disney World or Universal Studios Florida show, a family of four can easily spend $700 per day just on admissions and food inside the resort. Lodging, transportation, and assorted fun (souvenirs! VIP tours!) bring the tally higher still. How can you limit the damage?

We asked theme park experts for their most practical tips to save cash no matter when you're visiting, and the best nuggets of advice are below.
RELATED: Reese Witherspoon’s Day of Disney

1. NEVER BUY ADMISSIONS AT THE GATE. Instead, purchase online via the...
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19 Apr

3 Music Festivals For People Who Hate Music Festivals

Just as some have an aversion to all-inclusive resorts or cruises, others cringe at the thought of joining the sweaty hordes at music festivals. (The crowds! The crappy food! The muddy fields!) But there’s another breed of festival on the rise—those that combine dreamy settings, excellent food (prepared by actual chefs using local ingredients), artisanal cocktails, and of course, excellent entertainment. It’s time to add these three to your bucket list. Bilbao BBK LiveBilbao, SpainJuly 6–8, 2017 Architect Frank Gehry put the Spanish city of Bilbao on the map, and Bilbao BBK Live is aiming to do the same for music lovers. The festival grounds, atop Kobetamendi Hill, offer awesome views of the city and countryside beyond it. Beyond the festival, there...
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10 Apr

6 Stylish Picks for Your Kentucky Derby Party


The countdown is on to the 143rd Kentucky Derby.

The 143rd Kentucky Derby will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2017. In addition to classic Mint Juleps and Chocolate-Bourbon Pecan Pie, here are the essentials you need to throw a Derby bash without making the trip to Churchill Downs.




A monogrammed mint julep invitation will set the tone for your Derby party.

BUY IT: $2 per invitation;



All of the essentails needed for your Derby party featuring the official logo of the 143rd Kentucky Derby.

BUY IT: $29;

3. ROSE BANNER No celebratoin will be complete without roses, the official flower of the Kentucky Derby. BUY IT: starting at $25;...
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9 Feb

5 Super Easy Ways to Send Valentine’s Day Flowers


Valentine's Day is almost upon us. Chances are, there's someone in your life who's expecting some flowers (and if that someone is yourself, that's fine too—we've all pulled a Cher Horowitz at least once). Either way, don't fall victim to the perils of never-ending 1-800 calls. These five online flower services make ordering a romantic bouquet a feasible reality in just a few quick swipes.

1. URBANSTEMS Besides releasing new bouquets each month (The Bey, pictured above, is part of a limited-time collection of pop-star inspired arrangements), UrbanStems includes a handwritten note with each order and even sends you a photo confirmation to notify you when it arrives—so you can be rest assured this #flawless assortment of roses...
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9 Feb

8 Woke Valentine’s Day Gifts To Help You Spread the Love


Sure, Valentine's Day can be a time to profess your love for your significant other. But it's also a broader celebration of love—like the love you feel for your friends and family or even your own body. So why not make it about love for humanity as a whole? That may seem like a lofty goal, but it turns out you can accomplish it just by picking your gift wisely.

Here are a few presents that'll make your Valentine and a lot of other people happy.

1. Unbound Body Jewelry

This elegant set includes nipple clamp earrings, a cock ring bracelet, a massage ring, and other jewelry that doubles as sex toys and reminds us sexuality is...
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22 Dec

Amazing Artists’ Christmas Cards

Nothing beats a handmade Christmas card, except perhaps one made by a world renowned artist. And few people received as many of these as Monroe Wheeler, director of exhibitions and publications at the Museum of Modern Art from 1939 to 1967. Wheeler’s passion for publishing began young: he received his first printing press on his 18th birthday and before assuming his role at the New York museum had spent six influential years in Europe where he befriended some of the most famous artists of the day, including Picasso, Renoir and Chagall. His gift for friendship also extended to other areas of the art world – from museum administrators to trustees to collectors – a knack that served him extremely well...
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21 Dec

Five Times Christmas Lights Crossed Over Into Pop Culture

Christmas lights hail from humble origins: they first festooned the indoor firs of early 20th-century German households as miniature candles, clinging to tree branches with tiny blobs of melted wax or delicate dress pins. Today, the ritual of stringing up festive displays of light is a yearly extravaganza, a global celebration of excess that can at times surpass the parameters of ‘good taste’ and enter into the realm of ‘naff’. What exactly defines our cultural palates is indeed a question in and of itself, so on this occasion we’ll leave that debate for 2017. Instead, we consider five instances in which Christmas lights have become separated from their purpose as a means of decoration, and placed instead into a conceptual and creative context. 1....
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