Choosing a Beach Cover-up

It’s almost the Fourth of July and summer is in full swing. So whether you’re celebrating by watching fireworks (lucky enough to be in a spot that’s shooting them off), driving down along the beach or barbecuing by a pool, your outfit to celebrate Independence Day (and beyond during these hot and sunny days) likely consists of a bathing suit and the all-so-necessary cover-up. Here, helpful guidelines to choosing a ...

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Behind LA’s Most Coveted Masks

This is the story of how one woman’s love of beautiful textiles and her commitment to re-purposing fabric, combined with a little bit of luck, led to the production of a whole lot of beautiful handmade masks. Since she was a little girl, Lisa Bittan had a thing for colorful and patterned textiles and paper. So it’s not shocking that after a trip to India with her son 13 years ...

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Fashion Industry Fights Covid

The fashion and luxury sector has been one of the hardest hit industries due to the pandemic. The industry as a whole is projecting a 600 billion dollar decline on sales this year. Despite these losses, there is a rally cry as the fashion industry fights covid. Hundreds of companies are supporting medical communities, relief orgs, families and businesses. The following is a roundup of some amazing companies helping support ...

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Quarantine Wardrobe vol. I

Being holed up at home is the perfect time to do what all of us have always wanted to do. Revamp our wardrobe. That could mean a full-out online shopping spree or DIY-refreshing what you’ve got. Our new series, Trending Tuesday: Quarantine Wardrobe will help achieve just that. Here, Quarantine Wardrobe vol. I—Sweatsuits. For our first post, we’re talking about a somewhat new trend (and one that was made even more ...

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At-home facials

We’ve got one of the best ways to pass the #stayathome time. That is when you’re not working, cleaning up after everyone, monitoring online school productivity and more. So, when you’ve got some downtime, it’s time to take care. Grab a family member or steal away for some me moments for at-home facials. These five masks are each super pampering while they’re on and result in perfectly glowy skin after. Two-in-one Dermalogica ...

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Trend: Leather Jackets

Trend: Leather Jackets A light or faux leather jacket is the coolest look for those chilly spring nights Faux Fur Collar Look for a wow-color like navy blue or hot pink, or faux animal like leopard or cheetah. The Glencoe leopard-print faux fur-trimmed glossed leather jacket by The Mighty Company; $900. Trench The length is slimming and the belt waist-cinching. We’re in love. Gestuz leather coat by Roberta; $670. Motorcycle Zippers Choose cropped, oversized, wide shoulders or ...

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No Tech Neck

We are mindful of protecting our face—from the sun, from wrinkles, from aging and more. While some of us understand the need to care for our neck skin as well, others are not as diligent. Follow-through below the chin matters. Delicate neck skin is as vulnerable as other areas to sun and aging. And since it doesn’t rejuvenate as much as skin elsewhere, the constant creasing and folding as we ...

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On Set with Spring Trends

Runways are the epitome of a fashion stage. But the runways of entertainment—red carpets, celebrity events, movies and television shows are where we really see of-the-moment styles come to life. That’s why we visited Entertainment Tonight correspondent Lauren Zima on set at the CBS Studios lot. There, on set with spring trends she sported some of the hottest. Lauren, also producer and host of Roses and Rosé—the popular The Bachelor ...

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Gray, Gray Go Away

Scary hair fact: The average age that women start to turn gray is 35. Whether the new hue is silver, white or gray is determined by genetics. Whether one decides to embrace her new look or is determined to deny it is by choice. But, with the latter, so starts the need to maintain a good cover-up schedule. Further, if that schedule consists of regular salon appointments, it’s key to ...

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A Cleaner Slate

They were once the domain of limited shelf space at Whole Foods or a stall at the local farmers market. But in the last decade, natural beauty products have taken center stage. This as consumers navigate information available on health, wellness and the environment. A demand for a cleaner slate of ingredients that go in and on our bodies has created a burgeoning market for healthier, clean cosmetics and body ...

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