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30 Mar

Airplane Acne Is A Real Thing You Need To Know About

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Be afraid, frequent flyers. Be afraid.   During my first visit to Dr. Neal Schultz, an NYC dermatologist recommended by a fellow editor, he took one look at the flare-ups on my face and asked, "Have you been traveling lately?" It's like he knew I was fresh off a plane. I confessed how many frequent flier miles I'd racked up over the past few weeks and it was then that I learned the delightful term "airplane acne." So here's the thing: Travel is inherently stressful to your skin because of all the dry air. If you have dry skin, it will make it even drier and oil can get trapped under your dehydrated skin cells. On the other end of the skin type spectrum, if you're prone to oilness,...
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30 Mar

Meet the Women Behind Seoul’s Coolest Concept Shop

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On a secluded side street in Seoul’s Cheongdam, removed from the neighborhood’s main drag, lies a glimmering jewel box of a shop that’s a full-on fashion dream: lemon yellow Vita Kin vyshyvankas, their tassels embroidered with black thread; a butter-soft Forte Couture leather jacket, the wordsMr. Fringe hand-painted on the back. It’s here, at Rare Market, that an incomparably chic duo has curated a treasure trove of clothes that are changing the way Korean girls approach fashion. The day that I visit, the team is busy preparing the launch of The Volon, a line of fringed and furred bags, for which Russian street style star and entrepreneur Miroslava Dumawill fly in from Moscow. Winding my way past the botanic displays, I...
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29 Mar

What Is Alber Elbaz Doing In Korea?

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Judging by his Instagram alone, Alber Elbaz has been enjoying life post-Lanvin. He takes selfies (most of them awkward but endearing), continues todoodle, hugs Karl (Lagerfeld, that is), attends events, poses with Minnie Mouse and, generally speaking, takes in his surroundings with a childlike wonder. There's probably a lot more going on in Elbaz's mind, but we love that he's remained optimistic and happy through it all — at least on Instagram. It's infectious, and makes for a great account to follow. On Tuesday, the former creative director of Lanvin blessed us with more photographic gems — this time, from his trip to Seoul. Now, we're not really sure what exactly Elbaz is doing there, given that Seoul Fashion Week ended on March...
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29 Mar

For Fashion Bloggers, Fancy Vacations Are Just Part Of The Job

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As brands pour more money into influencer marketing, scenic trips are increasingly baked into the experience.

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For more than half a decade, personal style bloggers have been hawking products in their feeds — endorsing goods or services because they love them, or, increasingly, because they're paid to. In the early days, these kinds of endorsements (often described as sponsored, branded or native content) were pretty simple: A blogger might get paid a fee to wear and/or write a post about a particular handbag or mascara, and/or receive a small percentage of the proceeds of sales made via that post. But as social media becomes ever more important...
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27 Mar

Where to Stay, Explore, and Party in Iceland

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Over the course of her 35-year career in fashion, Cynthia Rowley has designed dresses and handbags, obviously, but also wet suits, office supplies, and even beds (her recent collection with Hooker Furniture includes 167 pieces that range from a pink velvet couch to a blue wooden credenza). Travel and adventure are so baked into her brand's DNA that when we spoke, her team was considering shooting the fall 2016 lookbook in the salt flats of Bolivia. Rowley herself heads to new locales whenever she has the opportunity; last Thanksgiving, she traveled to Iceland—or, as she puts it, "Niceland"—for four days with her husband, Bill Powers, a gallerist, and daughters Gigi, 11, and Kit, 16. "The food is delicious, the people...
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27 Mar

7 Things To Pack For Your First Overseas Work Trip

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There are few things more exciting than being sent overseas and getting paid for it! Foreign work travel can be one of the most exciting ways to visit a new place, because you’re nearly guaranteed to see things the way a local would. Packing for work, however, looks a little different from packing for a leisurely vacation, so here are a few things to be sure to bring with you!

1. A Sturdy Tote

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No room for small purses here! You’ll want a bag to do multiple jobs as your briefcase, carry-on, and day bag during your trip. Pockets and long straps are a necessity, as is a neutral color that will go with everything. Stash a small cross...
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27 Mar

American Destinations To Satisfy Your International Itch

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It’s a common scenario. Your wanderlust for an across-the-pond trip is extreme, but you just can’t scrape together the cash (or the vacation days) to make it happen this month or maybe even this year. If this describes your travel life right now, don’t think you have to journey across the Atlantic for a charming vacation. Consider visiting one of these American cities instead, which evoke the charm, food, and culture of popular European destinations.

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Source: Legal Miss Sunshine
It's called the French Quarter for a reason. Founded by French colonists, the city’s famous Jackson Square was actually modeled after the Place des Vosges in Paris, and the open-air artist colony in the square is reminiscent of the lively artist scene along...
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24 Mar

Beer Road Trip: Your Guide To The Best Breweries In The U.S.

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I love beer. A lot. And as a beer lover I know that among us, we tend to have a lot of opinions about beer. Best breweries? You could get us talking for days and days and days. I get that. But for those who are 1) open to some new recs and/or 2) not beer know-it-alls (#Bless), a look at *just some* of the best breweries in the U.S. to knock some back—er, we mean, savor the goodness. (And before a full-on fight breaks out—you're right, you're right, how could I miss [insert favorite brewery here]?! Totally, my mistake.)

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Design by Katja Cho
Tree House Brewing Co.: Monson, MA Crowds drive into Monson and up to the third-generation Western Massachusetts farm to imbibe...
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24 Mar

I’m A Young Woman Who Loves To Travel Alone — Here’s Why

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The sunburnt earth, a dusty red in the midday heat, taunted me. Dandelion weeds grew in the unlikeliest of places, nestled in the cracks of a cinder block wall, between the spokes of a long-retired bicycle wheel. I was squatting, making my own shade. Sobbing. In the town of Olinda, in northeast Brazil, I was halfway through a four-month, solo surfing exploration down the Central and South American coastline. I was frustrated, physically exhausted, and crumbling. I had just left the condo I intended to stay in for the duration of Carnival, the annual pre-Easter celebrations, because it didn’t feel right. My flatmates, fellow tourists, were simply too eager to party. My gut told me something bad was going to happen,...
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24 Mar

Travel Diary: Yan Yan Chan’s Guide To Melbourne

Stumbled upon St Edmonds whilst strolling in Prahran.

Internet dreamboat Yan Yan Chan recently travelled to Melbs (that's Melbourne, for anyone not aware) with a coupla pals, where they shopped, ate and drank up an absolute storm. Not only will her trip give you endless fomo, it will also make you crave delicious food from the depths of Chinatown and beyond, as well as some damn fine caffeine — both in martini and latte form.

Among the fab places they dropped in at was the fresh new MRP store, with some of the retailer's steeziest threads on show in the gallery above.

Arrived in Melbourne and got rained on—
Arrived in Melbourne and got rained on—
—but, was still feeling dandy for Kong on Church street for some Korean BBQ styled brunch.
—but, was still feeling dandy for Kong on Church street for some Korean BBQ styled brunch.
Fried chicken wings first thing in the morning OK, sure.
Fried chicken wings first thing in the morning OK, sure.
Stumbled upon St Edmonds whilst strolling in Prahran.
Stumbled upon St Edmonds whilst strolling in Prahran.
Coffee o'clock for the third time that day.
Coffee o'clock for the third time that day.
Pondering life. Not really, but
Pondering life. Not really, but
Favourite set of stairs to favourite burger/rooftop joint.
Favourite set of stairs to favourite burger/rooftop joint.
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