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Why Carmen Maria Machado Wrote a Memoir of Queer Domestic Abuse

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Carmen Maria Machado has already made her mark as a writer of fiction: her horror-driven short story collection, Her Body and Other Parties, was a finalist for the prestigious US National Book Award and is being developed into a series by FX. Now, she’s written a haunting and incredibly important piece of nonfiction, In the Dream House: A Memoir, in which she recalls thehellip;

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Five Standout Womenswear Looks From the London Men’s Shows

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1. Wales Bonner

Exploring communities, and the way they dress, has been a central tenet of Grace Wales Bonner’s work since the launch of her eponymous label, Wales Bonner, in 2014. This season, she did so with a collection dedicated to Lovers Rock, a tender form of reggae born out of underground blues parties in 1970s London. Also taking inspiration from the photography of John Goto,hellip;

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14 Books by Writers of Colour You Should Read This Year

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2019 might have seen more books by PoC authors published, giving us a wide spectrum of work from writers of colour the world over. But 2020 is testament to the publishing world’s ongoing commitment to diversify their titles, spanning memorable memoirs to original queer fiction and shifting the conversation beyond simply race. Here are 14 must-reads by PoC authors to lookhellip;

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This Serum (by Meghan Markle’s Facialist) is Indulgent and Glow Enhancing

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From the niche new beauty brands doing something different, to the industry’s evergreen icons, Sophie Bew opens up AnOther’s dream vanity in a new series

  1. Who should use it? Skincare-savvy shoppers who want one all-singing all-dancing serum
  2. How long until I love it? One use
  3. How planet-/people-friendly ishellip;

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Kaitlin Prest on the Story of The Heart Podcast, and Her One Regret

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“Oh my God, it was terrifying. I was so scared!” says Kaitlin Prest when I ask her to think back to December 20, 2017, when she released the final episode of The Heart after nearly a decade working on the show. “It was my home, it’s all I did. That was my life, that was my everything.”

Far from peddling glossy, lovesick stories about meet-cute-moments, the podcast was as visceral and full of life as the organ it’shellip;

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The Enduring Appeal of a Saint Laurent Tuxedo Jacket

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When Yves Saint Laurent first showed ‘Le Smoking’ in 1966 – a black, satin-lapelled tuxedo, cut for the shape of a woman – his haute couture clients were nonplussed, and only a single one was sold. Saint Laurent nonetheless persevered: a version of the tuxedo jacket, shown later as part of the house’s younger Rive Gauche line, was an instant bestseller. “For a woman, the tuxedo is an indispensable garment in which she will always feel inhellip;

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Eight New York Couples, Photographed by Ethan James Green

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American photographer Ethan James Green rose to prominence with his black-and-white portraiture of young people in New York City: a first monograph, Young New York, published by Aperture earlier this year, collected these images, the majority of which were photographed among the parks and housing projects of the city’s Lower East Side. The subjects, who connected to Green in various wayshellip;

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Eight New York Couples, Photographed by Ethan James Green

Ethan James Green Taylor Wessing London Exhibition 2019

American photographer Ethan James Green rose to prominence with his black-and-white portraiture of young people in New York City: a first monograph, Young New York, published by Aperture earlier this year, collected these images, the majority of which were photographed among the parks and housing projects of the city’s Lower East Side. The subjects, who connected to Green in various wayshellip;

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