If the answer is yes, these are the gadgets that can make it happen. By Meghan McKenna Date June 28, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Do you ever rest your head at night, toss back and forth under the covers, and think: “I have been going to bed every single night since the day I was born.
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Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures What if the Beatles never existed? It’s an interesting thought experiment, and the narrative backbone for the new Richard Curtis–penned, Danny Boyle–directed film Yesterday, in which a Y2K-like global power outage erases some sizable chunks of pop-culture history, mainly the fact that the Fab Four was ever a thing. This predicament leaves
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By FASHION Staff Date June 28, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter These days, there’s an app for just about everything. Every time you think, “there should be an app for that,” a tech-savvy friend informs you that one (or several) already exists. Need to hire a last minute dog walker? There’s an app for that. Need to
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Photography via YouTube By D’Loraine Miranda Date June 28, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter After announcing earlier this year that she suffered a miscarriage in 2018, the 32-year-old Canadian actress has just confirmed that she’s pregnant via an Instagram post. Here’s everything you need to know about the Shay Mitchell baby announcement. The Pretty Little Liars and
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You can say you’ve never heard of Billie Eilish, but I won’t won’t believe you. Pop’s latest golden child is everywhere. First there’s her music which surrounds you like a lush bed of brooding, moody emotions—a far cry from the sweet bubblegum sounds central to the genre. Then there’s her sartorial taste which forgoes anything
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Get out the throwing wine: ELLE.com is celebrating the best (and worst) of reality TV this week. When Survivor season one first aired, it took the media landscape by storm. Mark Burnett debuted a world where starving and highly irritable humans were filmed 24-hours a day while competing in athletic challenges for food and advantages.
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You almost certainly own workwear already: jeans, khakis, denim jackets, maybe a chore coat or a chambray shirt. Many wardrobe classics were designed for working in – that’s hard, physical work – and it’s their straightforwardness and durability that have seen them stick around, many since the 1920s and 1930s. But workwear today is made
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Photography via istockFrom sunless tanners to oils, balms, scrubs and more. By Ashley Joseph Date June 28, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Summer means lots of things: barbecues, pool parties, pedicures, and a whole lot of skin exposure. Without the camouflaging comfort of jeans, suddenly ashy, scaly legs require some immediate attention. Ditto for limbs and other
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