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1 Mar

Pyper America Smith Is Just Getting Started

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Skyrocketing model Pyper America Smith grew up in rural Spanish Fork, Utah, and moved to L.A. two and a half years ago after being signed to Next Models along with her three equally photogenic, social media-bait siblings, Starlie Cheyenne (22), Daisy Clementine (20), and, of course, male-model sensation Lucky Blue (17)—all of whom also make up the rock band the Atomics. These days, Pyper travels the world to walk in runway shows for Moschino and Philipp Plein in Milan and shoot ad campaigns in Iceland with Annie Leibovitz. "I never thought I'd be doing any of the things I've done in the past year," says Pyper, who often has Lucky by her side on jobs in far-flung locales. "We have...
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1 Mar

You’ll Want To Ditch Your True Blues For The Patchwork Jean Of Fashion Week

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The obsession starts with one pair of patchwork jeans you keep seeing everywhere — the contrast panels placed so thoughtfully along the back pockets or right above the knee. Then it hits you: it's not just one brand you're in love with; the two-toned trend is everywhere. While it's this particular reworked denim by Vetements that's popping up on the streets at Fashion Week, a quick shopping search confirms there are plenty of similar styles out there, all of which we encourage you to pull off with a vintage tee or a cozy oatmeal sweater. Whether you prefer a wide-leg cut, an asymmetrical hem, or a miniskirt, working the look is now the next-level alternative to your single-wash true blues. Scroll for...
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1 Mar

Cate Blanchett, Brie Larson, and More on Learning to Speak Up at Work

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Everyone has that standout moment when she learned how to stand up for herself at work. Whether it's about sticking up for yourself in a meeting or ensuring that your idea is heard, it's essential to find your voice. The struggle is similarly real for the most famous women in the world. So, to put a fine point on the dreaded confidence gap, we asked nominees, presenters, and attendees at the 2016 Academy Awards to discuss a moment in their career when they put their foot down. Spoiler alert: It's all very inspiring.

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CATE BLANCHETT "I think on Elizabeth, in a very healthy way. Shekhar Kapur, who directed it, had a very particular vision for the...
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