Month: May 2022

Taylor Swift became a doctor today—technically, earning her honorary doctorate from New York University with the graduating class of 2022. Swift shared a video of herself en route to the graduation ceremony, where she was the commencement speaker. And Swift gave one of her most honest, inspiring speeches yet, adding cheeky comments about her songs
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Getty Images; Sanders: Damian Dovarganes/AP Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. John Elward drives a UPS truck and has been a Teamster for 18 years. He’s also a burgeoning fashion influencer of sorts. On his Twitter account @UnionDrip, Elward has been chronicling the style highlights of labor
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Getting dressed for work during the summer is not the easiest thing to do. You want to wear something that’s going to keep you cool during your commute, warm in your freezing office, and take you from your desk to al fresco drinks—all while sticking to an office dress code. That’s a tall order. Consider
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Facebook Twitter Pinterest Walt Disney World announced 2023 vacation packages, and with that, the end of the Genie+ ticket add-on. This post covers details about the length-of-stay prepaid Lightning Lane booking option, why it’s being eliminated, and other thoughts. With the launch of new bookings, Walt Disney World is making an “adjustment” to how guests
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Skin is the human body’s largest organ. In fact, it accounts for about 15% of a person’s body weight. Not only does it cover your entire body, manage your temperature, and help you detect hot and cold, but it’s also one of the first lines of defense against harmful ultraviolet radiation, infection, and disease. It’s
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Before she announced her multiple sclerosis diagnosis on Instagram in October 2018—just two months after receiving the news herself—Selma Blair’s doctors had urged her not to go public. At the time, Blair was working on the science fiction Netflix show called Another Life and she wanted to write a post publicly acknowledging the wardrobe designers
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Forgive the generalization, but we’re guessing your father probably complained about the number of bags your mother had. While he used the same battered duffle man bag for everything, your mother took up prime real estate at the bottom of the wardrobe with shoppers, handbags, clutches and weekenders. Guess what? Mother was right. You need
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